The natural landscape, proximity to major metropolitan area, and many activities make Pinal County an attractive tourist destination. In addition to many National Monuments and McFarland Historic Park the county boasts over 20 golf courses and the historic city of Tombstone. With a population over under 400,000 people Pinal County has lots of gorgeous open land to purchase, and is set for a population boom.
Pinal County is one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. It lays mostly equidistant between to Arizona’s two largest Metropolitan areas: Phoenix and Tucson. Their suburban populations mushroom south and north, respectively, along Interstate 10. Pinal County, pronounced Pee-Nahl, is the picture people see when they imagine Arizona. The average temperature is just under 70 degrees and they have almost 200 days of sunshine per year. Four mountain ranges, several national forests, and bodies of water like Lake Powell spread across the county making it ideal for hiking, hunting, fishing, and other outdoor activities.