The festival kicks off with a parade in Downtown Casa Grande followed by two weeks of hard-riding competitions featuring the O’odham Tash Rodeo with members of the Ak-Chin, Gila River, Salt River Pima, and Tohono O’odham Nations.
More than 10,000 cows are standing by at the “Milk Mothership,” ready to make the tour a hands-on experience for kids. With interactive games and a tram ride, they offer the perfect mix of family educational activities for the whole herd.
Made famous by its television features including Larry the Cable Guy – Only in America and Extreme Roadside Attractions, this 3rd generation, family-owned-and-operated working ostrich ranch is a must-see when visiting Casa Grande.
This visitor-friendly farm is an example of one of the major cotton farms dotting the landscape in rural Pinal County. Seasonal farm tours are offered by these 4th generation cotton farmers and include demonstrations, hayrides, and more.
One of the largest prehistoric structures ever built in North America, its purpose remains a mystery. Explore the complexity of an extended network of communities and irrigation canals created by the ancient Sonoran Desert People.