Casa Grande RV Resort
Casa Grande is located in the heart of Arizona’s Golden Corridor, in an area where guests can explore the Grand Canyon, visit the historic Casa Grande Indian ruins, and enjoy activities on Lakes Pleasant, Powell, and Saguaro. Nearby are Phoenix, Tucson, Sedona, and the magnificent surrounding Red Rock Country. Made up of two of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the nation, Phoenix and Tucson, the Golden Corridor is bright city lights and modern urban pleasures with a Southwestern flavor. Here, you’ll find waterskiing, fishing, and boating in magnificent lake recreation areas, and snow sports in high wilderness areas.
Casa Grande, Arizona 85122
United States phone: view phone(520) 421–0401
- Open November 1 through April 15
- High-Use Seasonal Period: January 1 through March 15
- Open /close dates for swimming pools and other amenities are weather and usage dependent.
- Sites: 360 Full Check in: 9 AM to 6 PM Check out: 11 AM
- Maximum Electrical: 50 amps
- Maximum RV Length: 45 ft.
Amenities: This resort has a clubhouse, outdoor heated swimming pool, spa, complete exercise room, shuffleboard, playground, horseshoes, billiard room, 5-hole putting green, card rooms, craft room, laundry, library, and seasonal planned activities. Dump station.
Cabins & Park Models: RV sites only.
More Info: Down in the valleys, you’ll find more heart-stopping golf courses than just about anywhere in the world.South of Casa Grande, in Tucson Mountain Park, visitors can tour the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, an exciting mix of museum, zoo, botanical garden, mineral collection, and aquarium. Also in the park is Old Tucson, a nearly full-scale replica of Tucson as it was in the 1860s. It was originally built as a movie set in 1939 for the big budget motion picture Arizona, and now serves as a year-round Old West amusement park, complete with daily gunfights.In this area, too, is one of the most intriguing pre-historic ruins in the United States. Built by the Hohokam Indians, a tribe that disappeared centuries ago, the unique structure rears up four stories from the desert floor. Father Kino discovered the structure in 1694 and named it Casa Grande. Built around 1350 A.D., anthropologists are uncertain whether the structure was used for a multi-story dwelling, lookout tower, ceremonial site, or an astronomical observatory.