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The RV park at Casa Grande Trap & Skeet encourages its visitors to linger for days on end. Full hookups and seasonal appearances from an onsite caterer bring comforts to the desert, as sunsets paint the sky above the Casa Grande Mountains every evening. But it's during the daytime hours that Casa Grande truly shines. On the grounds, areas for Five-stand and Skeet shooting challenge visitors, as do 13 fields of Traps. The owners—comprised of Tiger and Don Volz—welcome visitors of all experience levels when it comes to shooting, with lessons for beginners and frequent competitions for the more advanced.


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8015 South Isom Road
Casa Grande,
AZ
US

Phoenix Area Skydiving’s professional staff specializes in training and instilling confidence in first-time skydivers. They accompany these novices into compact aircraft for up to 120-mile-per-hour tandem free falls over the expansive Arizona desert landscape. Once up in the air, they field visitors’ questions about flight mechanics and often let them control the parachute, granting a more effective hands-on skydiving experience than wrestling with a ceiling fan. They also prepare visitors for solo flights with an accelerated free-fall program, and safeguard each diver’s safety with a technique briefing and gear check before every flight.

3225 N Pinal Ave.
Casa Grande,
AZ
US

Phoenix Area Skydiving’s professional staff specializes in training and instilling confidence in first-time skydivers. They accompany these novices into compact aircraft for up to 120-mile-per-hour tandem free falls over the expansive Arizona desert landscape. Once up in the air, they field visitors’ questions about flight mechanics and often let them control the parachute, granting a more effective hands-on skydiving experience than wrestling with a ceiling fan. They also prepare visitors for solo flights with an accelerated free-fall program, and safeguard each diver’s safety with a technique briefing and gear check before every flight.

3225 N Pinal Ave.
Casa Grande,
AZ
US