A many faceted jewel in the Southwest Valley, the City of Litchfield Park has been named by Phoenix Magazine as one of the “10 Best Places to Live in Arizona”.
A beautiful city of approximately 5,000 residents, Litchfield Park is located approximately 15 miles west of Phoenix. Towering palm trees intermingle with ornamental oranges to make residents and visitors alike feel a sense of welcome. The community was founded in 1917 and incorporated in August of 1987.
Featuring a quaint downtown business district and the Four Star Wigwam Golf Resort and Spa, this “oasis in the desert” is a favorite destination for many in the Valley. Opened to the public in 1929, the Wigwam Golf Resort and Spa has earned numerous four and five star awards. The recently redesigned Blue and Gold golf courses, along with the Red golf course, make the Wigwam’s 54 holes a truly enjoyable golfing experience. While visiting or staying at this Authentic Arizona Resort you will want to take advantage of the Red Door Spa and the newly remodeled AAA Four Diamond Arizona Kitchen Restaurant. If it is steak and fine dining you are looking for, visit the Wigwam’s restaurant, Red’s Steak House.
The town center boasts a locally owned and operated collection of shops and restaurants. You can enjoy indoor or outdoor patio dining from a menu of American, Italian, Persian, Mexican, or Japanese foods. If you enjoy arts and crafts festivals, outdoor concerts and culinary delights, you have another reason to spend time in this beautiful city. Litchfield Park is quickly becoming known for its celebration of the arts. The City’s Christmas in the Park, the award-winning Fine Art and Culinary Festival, the Native American Festival, and the six award-winning Arts in the Park outdoor concerts, along with the annual Library Arts and Crafts Festival truly makes Litchfield Park a destination for art and music lovers. A walk around the City’s five-acre lake and the landscaped open spaces makes your trip to historic Litchfield Park a visit to remember.