All About Eloy, Arizona

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The City of Eloy

Eloy is a city in the county of Pinal, Arizona. Located at the geographical location of 32.763611 degrees north latitude and 111.6 degrees west longitude, it is approximately 65 miles southeast of Phoenix and 50 miles northwest of Tucson. The history of the city dates back to 1880, when boxcars were uses as a camp for railroad workers who were laying tracks for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Soon, it was discovered that the climate in the area was suitable for growing cotton.

In 1902, the area's train stop was named Eloy by the Southern Pacific Railroad. This was an acronym for East Line Of Yuma. However, legend has it that the name of the city was once Eloi, after a railroad worker said, "Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?" – My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? – while looking around at the barren desert. In 1918, the town of Cotton City was established, but its name was changed to Eloy in 1919. In 1949, Eloy was incorporated as a city. As of the 2019 estimate, the city has a population of 19,625 people.

Skydive Arizona

Skydive Arizona is a skydiving center in Eloy. Founded by Larry and Liliane Hill, the center features amenities like:

  • Swimming pool
  • Central buildings
  • Equipment sales
  • Shower and laundry facility
  • Food
  • Recreation hall with bunks for overnight guests
  • Grassy camping area
  • Basketball court

Surrounded by flat, uninhabited land, visitors love the oasis appearance of the center. Skydive Arizona is also home to four Super Otters and seven Skyvans that can each take 23 skydivers to 13,000 feet.  It offers the largest skydive dropzone in the world and a talented, dedicated team of expert coaches, instructors, pilots, videographers, former and current National and World Champion skydivers, and management. The skydiving center is open every day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Team tickets are $23 per person. Jumpers must be 18 years of age or older and must hold a current "A" License (must have jumped within the last 60 days) or higher.


For those who aren't into the adrenaline rush of skydiving, the City of Eloy is also home to a number of parks for recreational fun. This includes Central (Main Stree) Park, Jones (Little League) Park, North Toltec Park, Shumway (North) Park and Trekell Park. Amenities offered at these parks range from baseball diamonds, basketball courts, and multipurpose fields to playground equipment, picnic areas, bbq grills, and concession stands. The city also features mini-parks such as Anita Park, Maddox Park, Fire Station Park, Senior Center Park, and Chamber of Commerce Park.

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