• The Great House at Casa Grande Ruins stands out for miles

    Casa Grande Ruins

    National Monument Arizona

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  • Visitor Center Rennovations

    Park is having major heating/cooling system work done. The Visitor Center is closed (we don't know how long-mid July?) but restrooms, movie auditorium, historic ruins area, and picnic area remain open (no fees or pass sales during rennovation)

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There is NO Hohokam Pima National Monument site to visit. It may be administratively designated, but there are no signs, facilities, roads, cancellation stamps, brochures, features, displays, or other markers in place. The grounds are on American Indian lands and not open for casual visits.

Please use the "Find a National Park" link on the left of the page to search for other National Park areas in Arizona. There are PDF brochures of Arizona National Park Areas and Arizona Archeology Sites posted in our brochures section.

 

Things to See and Do in Nearby Towns
These links are provided for general information and do not imply a recommendation or referral from Casa Grande Ruins. This list is not all inclusive and you will want to evaluate your own transportation, time, and interests for all options.

Coolidge
Coolidge official website for events and happenings

Florence
Official City Website for events
McFarland State Historical Park
Pinal County Historical Society Museum
Saint Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery

Casa Grande
Official City Website for events
Francisco Grande Golf Course

Eloy
Official City Website for events
Skydiving and/or Indoor Wind Tunnel

 

Hohokam Culture Sites

Mesa, Arizona
Mesa Grande Ruins (to be opened by Arizona Museum of Natural History)

Phoenix, Arizona
Pueblo Grande Museum Archaeological Park

Tempe, Arizona
Papago Park
Hayden Butte Preserve

Tucson, Arizona
Sabino Canyon Recreation Area

Arizona State Parks
Catalina State Park (near Tucson)

 

Did You Know?

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The difference between a National Monument and a National Park is the way they are created. National Parks require Congressional approval but National Monuments are established by Executive Order of the President.