Litchfield Park is an oasis in the desert with old growth trees and streets lined in alternating orange and palm trees.
The historic downtown commercial center with locally owned restaurants and businesses set Litchfield Park apart from the surrounding communities with a sense of time and place that is unique. The Wigwam, a West Valley icon since the 1930s, has three 18-hole golf courses and lush grounds that reflect the city’s verdant environment.
Each neighborhood has a park as well as a pathway system that connects them. Families can travel from one neighborhood to another walking or on bikes with out having to be in the street.
Visit the Historical Society Booth
The award winning Litchfield Park Festival of Arts, now in
its 44th year, rates as one of the oldest and most popular festivals in
the Southwest. For two glorious days this historic resort community is
transformed into a vibrant street scene filled with colorful art, lively
music and irresistible aromas.
Litchfield Park Festival of the Arts
Saturday, November 8th
Sunday, November 9th
9am - 5pm
Historic downtown Litchfield Park, AZ
(corner of Wigwam Boulevard and Old Litchfield Road)
LPHS booth can be found in front of the Litchfield Park Elementary School.
Admission is FREE