Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino Resort is a casino and resort located 39 miles south of Phoenix, Arizona near Maricopa, Arizona. It is owned by the Ak-Chin Indian Community and operated by Caesars Entertainment Corporation.

The 40,000-square-foot casino has 1.089 video poker and slot machines, as well as 28 game tables, keno and bingo.

With the recent addition of a 152-room hotel tower, the resort now has 300 rooms, and an outdoor swimming pool with swim up bar, which recently underwent a complete renovation. The resort also features four restaurants, an entertainment venue, meeting and conference space and the only Bingo hall in the Caesars organization, which continues the proud heritage of William F. Harrah, who opened his first Bingo hall in Reno in 1937.

Address: 15406 N Maricopa Rd., Maricopa, Arizona 85239

Hours: Open 24 hours daily

 

 

The 2018 Pinal County Fair



The 2018 Pinal County Fair will take place March 21-25, the 5 day annual event brings entertainment, thrills, delicacies animals and much more! Located at the Pinal Fairgrounds and Event Center at 512 S. 11 Mile Corner Road, Casa Grande – the family friendly event truly has something for everyone!

Carnival rides are always a favorite. No matter what your thrill level, be it the beautiful carousel or the scream inducing zipper, you’ll find just the right amount of excitement! Discounted unlimited carnival ride wristbands are available (must be purchased before March 22nd) for only $20.00. After the 21st, you can purchase the wristband at the carnival ticket booth for just $30.00. Individual tickets are also available.

Food, food and more food! Traditional corn dogs, crispy kettle corn, cheesy pizza, fabulous fry bread, giant turkey legs, specialty burgers and much more await appetites of all sizes. Leave your diet at home and come out and enjoy delectable delights!

Entertainment abounds and all free with your fair admission! Check back for the complete lineup of entertainment.

Animals of all kinds are in residence during the fair. Pigs, sheep, goats, cattle, rabbits, poultry and more fill the barns. Young people from throughout the county work all year to bring their projects to the fair. Everyone is looking for the ultimate prize – Grand Champion. Their hard work is rewarded on Saturday at the Youth Livestock Auction. Families and local businesses come out and support the Exhibitors by buying their animals.

At only $8 for adults and $4 for children 6-12, everyday admission to the fair is a bargain when you consider that all the shows are free. Budget conscious guests are encouraged to take advantage of the several discounts the fair offers from free admission and rides for youthful readers to discount senior day and free military admission.