About Litchfield Park
Looking to move to Litchfield Park , AZ? Let’s start with the basics: Litchfield Park , AZ is located in Maricopa County . It has a population of 5,253, and we have a cool graph below that shows the city’s ethnic diversity, as well as other important facts and figures.
What about cost of living in Litchfield Park , AZ? The median income in Litchfield Park , AZ is $84,191 and the median home value is $262,300, which should give you a pretty good idea of its affordability.
Living in Litchfield Park
Litchfield Park has been recognized by Phoenix Magazine as being one of the “8 Best Places to Live” in the state of Arizona. But as recently as 20 years ago, people thought of Litchfield Park as a tiny town in the middle of nowhere. The neighboring towns of Goodyear and Avondale were 3-4 miles away. But nowadays, thanks to growth in those communities, the towns are close enough that they nearly butt up to each geographically. Residents know when they are home in Litchfield Park by the well-maintained streets, older trees, and small-town feel that their town is known for.
Litchfield Park boasts a rather young population with the median age for males being 44.2 years, and women 37.1 years of age. The median household income in 2009 was $94,412 (up from $71,875 in 2000). With more than 300 days of sunshine each year, people take advantage of the great outdoors. Hiking and bicycling are popular activities.
Things to do in Litchfield Park
Litchfield Park has been a golf destination for decades with people coming far and wide to play. The Wigwam Resort Golf Course with multiple courses is a popular destination, as is the Falcon Golf Club.
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Speaking of Falcons, there is plenty of wildlife in Litchfield Park, especially at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquaruim & Safari Park, where everything from Rhinoceroses to Tigers, Monkeys, Pythons, Crocodiles, and Parrots can be found.
There are three popular choices for dining at the Wigwam Resort, in addition to family owned and operated restaurants in the heart of downtown. Litchfield’s is a casual style restaurant specializing in dishes made with local ingredients that is named after Paul Litchfield, the Goodyear Tire and Rubber executive that founded Litchfield Park. Red’s Bar and Grill open all day and specializes in soups, salads, sandwiches, and a variety of gourmet entrees. The Wigwam Bar and the Tower Pool Bar and Grill offer al fresco dining near the pool and waterslide, with dishes ranging from appetizers to large entrees.