Neon Ranch coming soon…

Neon Ranch is a master designed RV & Park Model park. Designed around its place in the Sonoran desert at the base of the Superstition Mountains, Neon ranch aims to become the premier RV & Park Model destination in the region. Neon Ranch will offer 518 RV spaces on approximately 52 acres of land bordering the US 60 approx. 1 mile West of Florence Junction in rural Pinal County.


Currently the site is zoned General Rural (GR). We are requesting a zoning change to Planned Area Development (PAD) which will include PV/RVP & MH zones.

Comprehensive Plan

To conform to the planning goals of the county, we are requesting a comprehensive plan amendment from Moderate Low Density to High Density Residential (8-24 du/ac).

Upcoming Public Hearings

There are no scheduled public hearings at this time. Information will be displayed as it becomes available.  

Contact Info

If there are any Questions, Concerns or Comments please contact:

Omar Abdallah


Additionally, you may contact the Pinal County Planning staff assigned to this case, Gilbert Olgin, Senior Planner at 520-866-6452 or

You may provide public comment over the phone or in writing by referencing the Case #Z-PA-063-20.  All public comment will be made part of the case file.

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