Area Attractions

McFarland State Historic Park

McFarland State Historic Park: The first Pinal County Courthouse in Florence was built in 1878 and is one of the first courthouses constructed in Arizona.  Over the years, the building was home to a sheriff’s office, hospital, and museum. Today, it is a State Park.
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24 Ruggles St, Florence, AZ 85132
Phone: (520) 868-5216
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Pinal County Historical Society Museum

Pinal County Historical Society Museum: The museum hosts many exhibits and displays that represent the history of Florence and the area.
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715 South Main Street – P.O. Box 851 – Florence, AZ 85132
Phone: (520) 868-4382
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Country Thunder Music Festivals

Country Thunder: This is the largest country music festival in the southwest USA.  The music festival occurs in April of each year.
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20585 E Price (Station) Rd., Florence, Arizona 85132
Phone: (866) 802-6418

St. Anthony Monastery

St. Anthony Monastery:  The most recent of 10 monasteries started in North America by Father Ephraim of Mt. Athos in Greece.
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4784 N St Joseph’s Way, Florence, AZ 85132
Phone: (520) 868-3188

Junior Parada Rodeo

Junior Parada Rodeo: The Florence Junior Parada is the oldest sanctioned youth rodeo in the United States.
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11608 S Hwy 79, Florence, AZ  85132

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument: This National Park preserves an Ancient Sonoran Desert People farming community and “Great House.” Created as the nation’s first archaeological reserve in 1892, the site was declared a National Monument in 1918.

1100 W. Ruins Drive, Coolidge, AZ 85128
Phone: (520) 723-3172
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Florence Aero Modelers

Florence Aero Modelers:  Come Fly With Us. The flying site is located on Highway 79, approximately 2.5 miles South of Florence at Mile Marker 130, which is directly across the highway from the Charles A. Whitlow Rodeo Park.
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4905 S. Pinal Parkway, Florence, AZ 85132