Located less than an hour's drive from Phoenix and Tucson, Pinal County offers an abundance of Arizona's vanishing resource. Small towns and friendly people, copper mining, cattle ranches, cotton field, wide open spaces, and breathe taking beautiful canyons and trails. If natural Arizona is your destination, pick Pinal County.
- Activities in Pinal County
- Cities in Pinal County
- Tribal Communities
- National Monuments
- Historical Sites
- State Parks
- Annual Events
Activities in Pinal County
Outdoor Adventures: In Pinal County, you can participate in a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking the Superstitions, or sky-diving at the number one sky-diving area, Sky Drive AZ. You can ride a sunset cruise on a steamboat, explore the desert trails of Pinal by four-wheel drive, take a helicopter or balloon ride, take a walk at Boyce Thompson Arboretum, or camp at one of 15 campsites.
Golfing: Pinal County offers numerous golf courses to choose from. Our courses are found throughout our diverse county, from the beautiful mountains of Kearny to the hot spot of the nation in Coolidge.
Shopping: You can shop for all the bargains and still get exercise with our many shopping adventures. Explore more than 200 outlet stores or spend the day at a park "n" swap in any of our communities. If you are looking for that unique gift, we have the best shops on the Apache Trail and in Historical Florence and the farmers market in Casa Grande is excellent as well.
Resorts & R.V.'s: Pinal offers travelers rest and relaxation at one of our many fine resorts or one of our 22 R.V. Parks
Casinos: Come play the slots or a little poker at the two Indian casinos just minutes away from any of our communities.
BioSphere 2: Exhibits demonstrate the impact of our lifestyle on the environment.
Cities in Pinal County
|Anthem||Apache Junction||Arizona City|
|Queen Valley||San Manuel||Stanfield|
|Ak-Chin Indian Community||Gila River Indian Community|
|San Carlos Indian Community||Tohono O'Odham Indian Community|
|Casa Grande National Monument||Sonoran Desert National Monument|
|Ironwood Forest National Monument||Table Top National Monument|
|Adamsville Cemetary||Apache Leap||Apache Trail|
|Florence General Store||Fort Barrett||Goldfield Ghost Town|
|Kelvin Highway||Kennally Ranch||Maricopa Wells|
|Old Camp Grant||Old West Highway 66||Oracle Union Church|
|Picacho Reservoir||Pinal Air Park||Pinal County Courthouse (1891)|
|Pinal County Courthouse (2)||Pinal County Fairgrounds||Pinal County Visitor's Center|
|Pinal Pioneer Parkway||Ray Open Pit Mines||St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery|
|Superstition Wildness||Tortilla Flat||WWII German POW Camp|
|WWII Japanese Relocation Camp|
|Acadia Ranch Museum||Ak-Chin Him-Dak Museum|
|Backwater Trading Post and Museum||Buckboard City Museum|
|Casa Grand Art Museum||Casa Grand Historical Museum|
|Coolidge Historical Museum||Gila Indian Center|
|Gila River Arts and Crafts Museum||Gold Era Museum|
|Picket Post House and Museum||Pinal County Historical Society Museum|
|Superior Historical Society Museum||Superstition Mountain Lost Dutchman Museum|
|Boyce Thompson Southwestern Arboretum||Lost Dutchman State Park|
|McFarland Historical State Park||Oracle State Park|
|Picacho Peak State Park|
Fiddlers Bluegrass Jamboree (January) - Pinal County Fair Grounds
O'Odham Tash Indian Days (February) - Casa Grande
Maricopa Stagecoach Days (April)