Caywood Cotton Farms


Just a few miles northwest of Tucson, Caywood Cotton Farms is a fun and educational destination manned by fourth-generation cotton growers. Still family-owned and operated in Casa Grande, cotton farm tours let visitors learn and have fun. Enjoy a presentation, demonstration on cotton picking and a gentle hayride around the property. You can pick your own cotton to keep and there are door prizes throughout the day.

Popular with all ages, a visit to Caywood is a true family affair. Nancy Caywood-Robertson and Al Robertson often lead the tours, and you’ll spot many of their family members tending to the cotton business and farm.

Farm Fun

Learn how farmers manage being land stewards, how the industry impacts water conservation in Arizona, food safety and more. What challenges are farmers facing today? Customize your tour to fit any size or age group, or simply join an existing tour by booking online. Every tour starts with live music featuring Nancy on the fiddle and Al on the autoharp and guitar.

Antique trailers pull guests around the farm, letting guests hop off to pick lint from the cottonseeds and see the difference between Pima and Upland cotton. Farm equipment is explored, including the tools necessary for managing both cotton and alfalfa!

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