Litchfield Park, Arizona, is a planned residential community in Maricopa County, located 2 miles north of I-10 and 16 miles west of central Phoenix, the historic center of the Southwest Valley.

Litchfield Park is a unique city, envisioned to provide both aesthetic and commercial amenities to families and businesses alike. Magnificent palm and orange trees were integrated into Litchfield Park’s landscaping and urban design years ago, which now serve to showcase miles of pathways, beautiful homes, charming sidewalk cafes, the celebrated Wigwam Resort and an award-winning school.

The casual, yet invigorating, public spaces promote a sense of well-being and genuine community which allow its some 5,476 residents to enjoy the spoils of nature under the Arizona sun.

Principal Economic Activities

The Wigwam Resort hotel, a four-star establishment, is a highlight of Litchfield Park. It was originally built for Goodyear executives visiting the farming operations. In 1929, The Wigwam opened to the public and soon became a fashionable and exclusive resort. The Wigwam provides approximately 700 jobs to the local economy.

Luke Air Force Base, two miles north of Litchfield Park, is the largest training center for F16 fighter pilots in the world. Many Litchfield Park residents are retired military personnel. Morton Salt has a facility just north of Litchfield Park. Nearby Goodyear is home to Lockheed Martin and Lufthansa German Airlines Pilot School. Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station is 30 miles away and provides additional job opportunities.

Scenic Attractions

White Tanks Regional Park is located west of Litchfield Park. It is named for natural rock water tanks once used by local Indians. Many unusual petroglyphs or rock carvings are found in the 26,000-acra park. Estrella Mountain Regional Park to the south, has 19,000 acres with an 18-hole golf course, as well as camping, horseback riding, hiking and picnic facilities. The Wildlife World Zoo, located four miles northwest of Litchfield Park, provides a natural habitat for many endangered species.

Nearby Cricket Wireless Pavilion is located in Phoenix and is one of the biggest and best concert venues that Arizona has to offer with seating for 18,000 and about 50 major shows each year. Phoenix International Raceway hosts major auto races including Indy cars in March and NASCAR in October. Phoenix also has a symphony, many theater groups, a host of museums, professional football, basketball, hockey and baseball, and a wide range of popular entertainment.

Things To Do in Litchfield Park