Maricopa Arizona Desert Home
Just when it seems that you will be traveling to someplace in the middle of nowhere you will see the palm trees of Rancho El Dorado an oasis of green grass, lake and golf course surrounded by homes. You are here. Now you can get ready to see Arizona. Check the Bio-spear, Tombstone, Old Tuscon, Rawhide, Harrah's Casino (if you want to gamble), Air museum, Hiking, National Parks or some really great shopping. Plan on seeing the Aquarium at The Arizona Mills Mall.
|Jun 01 2014||May 31 2015||-||-||$550||$2,000||1 Week|
|: 3 p.m. : 1 p.m.|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Money Order, Visa|
|Other Fees: Non Refundable Cleaning fee $200. Monthly rates negotiable.|
Oracle State Park - Closed except by reservations/special occasions
Picacho State Park – Four times older than the Grand Canyon - Picacho
Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park – 1920s – all desert plants – Superior
Lost Dutchman State Park – looking for the “lost gold mine?” – Apache Junction
McFarland Historic State Park - Closed
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument – Home of the ancient Hohokam tribe – Coolidge
Ak-Chin Indian Community – Tohono O’odham and Pima Indians – Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino and Resort
Gila River Indian Community – Gila Heritage Park traditional Indian homes
America Flag, Cochran, Copper Creek, DeNoon, Goldfield, Pinal, Queen, Ray, Reymert, Saco, Schultz, Silver King, Sonora, Tiger, Troy, Vekol, Youngsberg – to name a few.
Pinal County Historical Museum – Florence
Casa Grande Historical Museum – Casa Grande
Ak-Chin Eco Museum – Ak-Chin Reservation
Oracle Historical Museum – Oracle
Superior Historical Museum – Superior
Superstition Mountain Historical Museum – Apache Junction
Other Historic Sites
Florence has many historical homes and hosts the annual Historic Florence Walking Tour also don't forget to visit the historic 1891 Pinal County Courthouse. Help save the courthouse by making a tax deductible donation to the Brick Paver Project.
Biosphere 2 tours that explain the impact of our lifestyle on our environment – Oracle
What To Do
Camping – check out any of our state parks and other camp sites
Adventure – go Sky Diving in Eloy, helicopter or hot air balloon ride – Eloy
OTR exploring – ask the local visitor center for information; go hike the Superstition Mountains; Picacho Peak; Vekol Mountains; Table Top Mountain; San Tan Mountain, etc.; Boyce Thompson Arboretum
Golf – at one of the more than 25 public courses from the mountains of Kearny to the hot spot of Coolidge, Arizona.
Shopping – Exercise and find bargains at the same time at our new shopping center, our outlet stores, or the unique shops found in each community.
Local Events – Every month of the year you will find an event at one of our communities
January: Bluegrass Fiddlers Festival and Car and Bike Show
February: Renaissance Festival, Lost Dutchman Days and Weurtz Family Gourd Festival
March: Pinal County Fair, State Chili Championship and Gas Engine and Tractor Show, Civil War Reenactment at Picacho Peak
April: Country Thunder, Pioneer Days and Herb Festival
May: Sky Dive and Music in the Park
June: Party in the Park and Old Timer’s Picnic
July: 4th of July Festivals
August: Various golf tournaments
September: Fiestas Patrias and Weekend Bird Walks
October: Copperstate Regional Fly-In and Edible and Medicinal Plants tour
November: Junior Parada and Turkey Trot
December: Electric Light Parade and Courthouse Lighting
(Are we tired, yet?)
Rest and relax – Check out our resorts and any of more than 22 RV parks
Ready for more? – Anthony’s Greek Orthodox Monastery, Tom Mix Memorial, Mattie Earp grave, Mormon Battalion camp site, Battle of Picacho Peak, Apache Leap Days and much, much more.
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Maricopa, Arizona
Kinmount, ON, Canada
Maricopa Winter Vacation
February 5, 2013
The home was wonderful and well appointed. Unfortunately the weather this year was the coldest Arizona had seen in 40 years. We used the property as a place to rest our head and traveled the Phoenix, Grand Canyon, Casa Grande, and Tuscan areas most days. There was not a lot to do locally and the backyard area lacked appeal. But you would have difficulty getting a better accommodation for the money. As our first experience in Arizona, we will probably not return, but that is our personal preference. There were days when sitting outside were negatively impacted by odors from local feed lots.
All the way From MICHIGAN
June 4, 2011
Absolutely amazing home!!!
Barrhead, AB Canada
March 21, 2011
We were a little worried, renting for the first time off the internet, but everything was fantastic! The house was exactly as shown and very well stocked. We were extremely pleased and impressed with how easy it was! Would definately do again...
San Jacinto, California USA
This was a single family home in Maricopa, Arizona
October 31, 2010
This home was very well taken care of and we thoroughly enjoyed staying there. It was clean and a nice quiet neighborhood. I would certainly recommend this site to family and friends who travel.
Andrew and Joy Rance Basingstoke England, August 1-15th 2004. Visited Rawhide, Arizona Mills Shopping, Temps 110 to 113 degrees.
Randi and Marshall Texas September 22 to 27 high 90's. Here for Retirement Party. TEXAZ best Chicken Fried Steak and Smoked Prime Rib. 16th Street and Bethany Home Road Phoenix. Reasonable prices.
April 3rd through 13th 2010. Gary and Raveill D., Lakeview Oregon. Weather wonderful in the mid 80', Great meal at "The Ranch" at Harrah's Casino, just south of Maricopa. We're in Phoenix for a wedding. We enjoyed the roominess of your "Best Hotel" in town! Thanks.
July 2nd through 5th 2010, Kane N. Dallas Texas, Clear and sunny 111'. Great weather to see fireworks and stars. No street lights so beautiful view of the sky. No humidity so easy to enjoy the outside.