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Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park is the place to discover the intricate beauty and many faces of Arizona's oldest and largest botanical garden. Featured are plants from the...
Over 3,000 plants, hundreds of animals, various gardens, bird areas, butterflies and much more in this desert museum.
The museum showcases the native, pioneer, and mining histories of the area. The building dates from 1914 and was once the rescue building for the Old Dominion Copper Mine across...
Quarter Horse Racing in season.
Local historical artifacts, archives of the late Senator E.W. McFarland from private and political careers.
A hodgepode of items on display at the Pinal County Historical Museum such as, prison relics, hangman's trapdoor, a gas chamber seat and many types of barbed wire.
Entirely from local excavations of Hohokam and Salado prehistoric sites, almost exclusively from the 1930s and 1980s excavations at Besh-Ba-Gowah.
Now featuring larger homes with available RV parking, Montesa at Gold Canyon is the perfect place to stay active, make long-lasting friendships and enjoy the life you deserve....
Hohokam archaeology, local ethnology, pre-Columbian Hohokam Indian artifacts, Prehistoric sites and more.
These perplexing ruins of massive four-story building, constructed of high-lime desert soil by Indians who farmed the Fila Valley 600 years ago, have raised many questions.
The purpose of the park is to act as a wildlife refuge and environmental learning center. Educational programs are being developed to focus on basic ecologic principles, and to...
It was a busy bustling little town perched atop a small hill between the mighty Superstition Mountains to the east and the Goldfield Mountains to the west. The first gold-strike...
Visit this family entertainment farm with train ride, petting zoo, pick your own vegetables and fruits and homemade ice cream shop.