On Location: The Wigwam Resort, Litchfield Park

Back in 1916, when the folks from Goodyear Tire built a small retreat near the company's Arizona cotton fields, this stretch of mountain-ringed valley outside of Phoenix was dominated by giant saguaro cactuses and howling coyotes. After 1929, when the expanded 13-room lodge was opened to the public, The Wigwam became a favorite Western watering hole for Hollywood stars, who were drawn in part by perks that included their own horse at check-in.

Today, guests at the Wigwam Resort are mo

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