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Sol Play Cafe in Casa Grande

Sol Play Cafe in Casa Grande is a NEW play space to enjoy! They offer various play options, including a cafe, grocery store, vet clinic, and construction site. You’ll also find a small trampoline, climber and slide, train table, sensory items, and a fenced baby area. There’s something here for all ages up to six!

Jana Tingom

Sol Play Cafe in Casa Grande is a new play space to enjoy! They offer various play options, including a cafe, grocery store, vet clinic, and construction site. You’ll also find a small trampoline, climber and slide, train table, sensory items, and a fenced baby area. There’s something here for all ages up to six!

During our visit, we also enjoyed activities like storytime, coloring, and bubbles. The bubbles were a huge hit. And there’s complimentary coffee available! Several large round tables allow for seating for snack time (and there are some snacks available for purchase at the front).

The vet clinic was probably the biggest hit for our 4 year old! We also spent a good half hour building a home for her pet kitty, getting food from the nearby play store. Opened ended play is the best! It’s also great that the trampoline is easily accessible for jumping breaks.

Sol Play Cafe in Casa Grande can be found at 1609 E Florence Blvd #9, Casa Grande, AZ 85122. Admission is $12 per child (children under 6 months are free), with current hours from 9:30 am to 2 pm, Monday to Friday, and Sunday 10am to 1pm. Give them a follow on social media for updates on upcoming special events. Visit their website here.

This play place is definitely a welcome addition to the community! The closest option for families is Giggles in Chandler. Now, kids in Casa Grande, Maricopa, Florence, and even south Chandler have an option for indoor place and socializing!

BONUS: stop for lunch at Taco Giro Mexican Restaurant, play at McNatt Park (there’s a splash pad in the warmer months), and grab coffee at Deadlift Coffee to complete a fun day trip to Casa Grande! We also made a brief detour to the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument before heading back to Phoenix. More great day trip ideas can be found here.

  • Jana Tingom

    Jana is a homeschooling mother of three children, and lives in Scottsdale with her husband, Chris. She enjoys traveling, reading and coffee. Follow @phoenixwithkids on Instagram for daily photos around Phoenix!

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