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About Casa Grande

Families that want to spend a pleasant vacation in the sun without any threat of rain will enjoy visiting Casa Grande, Arizona. From exploring picturesque desert landscapes to enjoying a local event, there is much to do in this Southwest hot spot. Choose from a variety of Casa Grande vacation rentals to make your stay more enjoyable as they offer a spacious respite from the heat and a place to relax after a fun day of activities.

Climate

Casa Grande is located in the desert of Arizona and experiences a hot, dry climate. During the summer, temperatures regularly exceed 100 degrees (F) with the hottest month being July. Many Casa Grande vacation rentals come equipped with pools to keep guests cool and vacationers will find that homes and local businesses always have air conditioning blasting. The winter months remain mild with temperatures typically in the 60s during the daytime. It can cool off significantly once the sun goes down, so be prepared and bring a few layers. Rain is rare in this part of the Southwest.

Transit

Fly into Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and then rent a car to reach Casa Grande less than an hour away. The desert heat can dissuade visitors from walking around the city, so it’s best to have access to a car during stay in Casa Grande. There is a regional bus system, Central Arizona Regional Transit, that connects the city to several other areas in the region and it costs only a nominal fee.

Things to Do

Freestone Park offers families a day of entertainment and light-hearted fun, and it is just a short drive from many Casa Grande vacation rentals. The park is home to Freestone Railroad, which is a must-see for visitors both young and old. They can relax in an open-air coach of this miniature train to get a view of the beautiful lakes and wide-open fields that make up Freestone Park. The Depot Snack Bar is a popular stop along the way. Freestone Park visitors can also ride the Wave Runner and Herschell Antique Carousel, then settle down to enjoy a peaceful meal on the lakeside patio.

Vacationers looking to sight-see can pay a visit to the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. This attraction is home to the “Great House,” and kids and parents will have fun guessing at the real purpose of this four-story desert structure. Here, there are both guided and self-guided tour options.

Nature-lovers will want to stop at nearby Picacho Peak State Park. There are many trails to explore here, and ...

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