Population: 13,218

Living in Coolidge, Arizona:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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Coolidge is home to the Casa Grande Ruins. It is a great place. It is an old houses built by the Native Indians 100s of years ago. It is free. It is also a National Park. Coolidge has everything you need in terms of grocery store, such as Walmart and Safeway. A lot of small restaurants. Coolidge is perfect for young families because they provide all the necessities you need without having to drive far.

Coolidge is a dry desert, yet surrounded by farms. There’s not much to do around town, except browse Wal-Mart or eat at a local diner. Many people who live in my town and the other surrounding areas seek work at the many prison facilities in and around Florence, Arizona. There are mountains all around and the cacti grow everywhere. Summers are so dry and hot, water evaporates almost instantly.

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