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Celebrating our Unique History - The Wigwam Arizona, Litchfield Park
Celebrating our Unique History

A Historic Resort in the Heart of Arizona

A Historic Resort in the Heartof Arizona
The Wigwam offers over a century's worth of experience in providing luxury and comfort to travelers from around the world. Started as a small lodge during the rise of cotton ranching in the early 1900s, The Wigwam first opened its doors as a resort in 1929.
A Century of Hospitality at Litchfield Park Arizona

A Century of Hospitality

After steady expansions for over 100 years, the resort now features 331 elegant rooms and suites, three championship golf courses (including the Gold & Blue Courses designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr.), nine tennis courts, three swimming pools (one with a 25-feet dual water slide), a fitness center, award-winning restaurants, and 100,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor event spaces.

Then and Now

The Wigwam celebrates more than 90 years since opening in 1929! See our timeline and experience one of Arizona's most historic and unique resorts. 
  • Today
    The Wigwam features 331 elegant rooms, three signature dining venues, 54 holes of championship golf, three pools, and a 26,000-square-foot spa across 440 lush acres, representing relaxed Southwest luxury at its finest.
    Today - The Wigwam Arizona
  • 1979
    Two plush Presidential Suites, the Sunset and the Twilight, were constructed. The Sunset Suite features more than 5,000 square feet of elegant Southwestern furnishings and décor.
    The Wigwam Arizona at 1979
  • 1965
    Robert Trent Jones, Sr. was brought in to oversee the development of a second 18-hole golf course and rebuild the first. The new 36 holes were renamed the "Blue Course" and the "Gold Course."
    The Wigwam Arizona at 1965
  • 1935
    V.O. "Red" Allen expanded the course to 18 holes and became the first golf pro at The Wigwam.
    The Wigwam Arizona at 1935
  • 1930
    The first nine-hole golf course was developed.
    The Wigwam Arizona at 1930
  • 1929
    On Thanksgiving Day, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company opened "The Wigwam" as a guest ranch.
    The Wigwam Arizona at 1929
  • 1918
    The first building on the property, The Organization House, was opened as a meeting venue for The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company.
    The Wigwam Arizona at 1918