Once an agricultural outpost, Litchfield Park is one of the oldest suburban communities in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Located approximately 16 miles west of central Phoenix, this affluent community boasts a casual, small-town atmosphere with city amenities. Highlights include the Wigwam Resort, a historic four-star establishment, and the popular Wildlife World Zoo.
See & Do
This unique zoo is located four miles northwest of Litchfield Park and provides a natural habitat for many endangered species. The Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium is home to Arizona's largest collection of exotic animals with more than 600 species on display 365 days a year. The latest addition to the zoo is the Aquarium, which has over 75 indoor exhibits including penguins, otters, sharks, and even stingrays that visitors can feed by hand.
This intimate and romantic restaurant is a breath of fresh air to the chain-heavy Phoenix restaurant scene found on this side of town. Named after Paul W. Litchfield, then Goodyear Tire & Rubber Executive and founder of Litchfield Park, Litchfield's features a menu crafted from farm-to-table and locally sourced produce, including date palms harvested from trees at The Wigwam.
This historic AAA 4 Diamond resort combines Southwestern charm with modern amenities in a lush desert setting. Golf, an Elizabeth Arden Red Door spa, four pools, world-class dining and Arizona-inspired programming makes this one of the city's most exceptional resorts. The Wigwam Golf Resort and Spa features 331 well-appointed guest rooms and casitas on 440 acres of gorgeous desert.