Discover Pinal County
If you want to buy land, or just learn more about land for sale in Pinal County as a real estate investment, keep reading…
If you’re looking for land for sale in Arizona where you can escape from it all and go off the grid, take a look at Pinal County. Here you can find farm land, ranch land, residential land, and plenty of large acreage properties all surrounded by the great outdoors.
Located in Central Arizona, Pinal County sits nestled between Maricopa and Pima county, two of the most populated counties in the state. The area offers residents and visitors a wide array of landscapes, cultural events, and recreational opportunities. It covers nearly 5375 square miles. The area contains parts of the Tohono Oʼodham Nation, the Gila River Indian Community and the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, as well as all of the Ak-Chin Indian Community.
Current census data estimates a population of more than 425,264, and that number is projected to continue on a steady incline. More and more people want to enjoy living in wide-open space while still having easy access to larger metropolitan areas. And that’s just what you’ll find in Pinal County. Fun fact: In 2010 CNN Money named Pinal County as the 2nd fastest growing county in the USA.
The historic Town of Florence, Arizona, serves as the county seat. Founded in 1866, the bustling community is only about 45 minutes from both the Greater Phoenix area and the Tucson metropolitan area. It boasts fantastic annual events, a welcoming atmosphere, and access to some of Arizona’s best places for outdoor adventures such as the Lost Dutchman State Park, Tom Mix Monument, and the Superstition Mountain Wilderness Area.
Other major Towns & Communities in Pinal County include:
- Maricopa, AZ
- Casa Grande, AZ
- Eloy, AZ
- Coolidge, AZ
- Apache Junction, AZ
- Kearny, AZ
- Queen Creek, AZ
- Superior, AZ
- Picacho, AZ
- San Tan Valley, AZ
Pinal County is becoming more and more of a travel destination in the state of Arizona. You can find opportunities for hiking, hunting, boating, RV’ing, birding, ranching, and farming, just to name a few.
Here you can find attractions and landmarks including:
- Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park
- Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
- Oracle State Park
- Biosphere 2
- Hohokam Pima National Monument
- Picacho Peak State Park
- Ironwood Forest National Monument
- Coronado National Forest
- Sonoran Desert National Monument
- Tonto National Forest
- and so much more
By now you’re probably wondering how you can invest in land for sale in Pinal County. Simple! You can call or text us at 480-442-7787. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can answer any questions you have. And when you’re ready to buy land, we’ll make the whole process easy for you.
“Land is tangible. Land can be used. You can walk on it. You can see it. You can touch it. You can feel it. It will never go away. Its overall net worth will never be zero (some assets can lose, and have lost ALL of their value).”
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