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You can tell a lot about a city by looking at what it chooses to highlight about itself. The landmark attraction here in Litchfield Park is the Wigwam Resort, a certified Historic Hotel of America, is gorgeous, typically Southwestern in appearance, and entwined for 75 years with the history of Arizona. It's a great place to play a round of golf with a client or even indulge in a "stay-cation." If you're in need of a weekend getaway-- look no further than this local institution. No plane tickets required or hours of traffic to face. You can hit the links or relax at the Red Door Spa, where you'll receive a facial or body wrap, and return home rejuvenated for the week ahead.
The Wigwam Resort truly sets the tone for the rest of the town. Thanks to the upscale image of the resort, its spa, and the golf courses in the area, Litchfield Park is known to Phoenix locals as a historic, affluent community. The Resort is also an economic boon to the town, attracting businesspeople from all industries looking for a unique and memorable place for a meeting. With the Wigwam Resort in town, plus Litchfield's proximity to Phoenix, the area is going to remain popular with both locals and tourists for some time to come.
Of course, there is much to see beyond the Resort. Like many Arizona communities, Litchfield Park residents take pride in staying active. There's a lot of activities to choose from, so it doesn't matter how you prefer to burn your calories-- Litchfield Park has something for you. Start with a hike or bike ride across the rugged desert terrain at the White Tank and Estrella Mountain Regional Parks. The city also offers tennis lessons to willing learners of all ages and skill levels. Whether you want to attend "Thursday Nights Tennis Under the Lights" with pro Danica Hood, or arrange private lessons, prepare to take your game from zero to sixty in this tennis-loving town. Then celebrate your achievements with a visit to your neighboring town of Surprise to watch tennis greats in action at the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Center. The complex is an ideal host for tournaments.
For parents, summer can be a long season indeed, but it need not be, as Litchfield Park provides several kid-friendly attractions and activities that will take the pressure off busy moms and dads. Start by enrolling your little ones in the Lagartos Summer Swim Team, where they'll beat the heat, learn new skills, and make new friends-- all while freeing up your time. The area is also home of the Wildlife World Zoo. With over 350 rare species, it's likely that at least one of those will entertain your kids. During the school year, you won't have to worry about where to take your children, because they'll be safely ensconced in one of the area's best school systems.
Close, convenient, new development is a fact of life in Litchfield Park-- but that's a good thing, if you like living close to your favorite shops and restaurants. The Market at Estrella Falls, anchored by TJ Maxx and Old Navy, is a great example of shopping available here. As for dining options, Old Pueblo Cafe is a true Litchfield Park classic. There, you'll be guaranteed hot salsa and familiar faces every time you go to the this beloved community gathering place. Another area restaurant worth mentioning is Blue Sushi.
Finally, Litchfield Park proper is small-- much smaller than many of the surrounding Phoenix suburbs. But residents wouldn't have it any other way-- and why would they, when they've so carefully preserved a way of life thought to be gone? If you grew up in a place where you recognized names and faces everywhere you went, at the grocery store or the bank, you can experience that same quality of life here.
New Home Source welcomes you to a true Arizona original.
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