MESA, packed with excitement, offers an explosion of educational, cultural and outdoor attractions, from interactive museums to Broadway musicals and Old West Towns! Cruise Saguaro Lake aboard the Desert Belle and Canyon Lake aboard the Dolly Steamboat. The most popular natural attractions, include Superstition Mountains, Apache Trail, Salt and Verde Rivers, Usery Mountain Regional Park and area lakes. Mesa offers many attractions, as well, such as the Arizona Museum of Natural History, the Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona, the i.d.e.a. Museum, and the nearby Phoenix Zoo.
Mesa has fresh experiences and a treasured heritage of family farms and long-standing festivals make for lasting memories. Serving as a culinary gateway to Phoenix and Scottsdale, the neighboring farms in and around Mesa are providing a bounty of seasonal goods. Citrus in January, Peaches in May, Olives in October, you can experience chef-driven dinners in the most romantic of settings, and meet Arizona winemakers that pour from their hearts.
For those with a refined taste and style, hit the upscale shops at the Village Square at Dana Park. This 400,000-square-foot fashion-focused lifestyle center is a reflection of some of Mesa's most affluent neighborhoods. Features include some of the nation's most popular high-end retailers paired with wide pedestrian walkways, spacious patios for dining al fresco, fountains.
In Downtown Mesa, you can stroll along Main Street popping in and out of boutiques to find the freshest look for your Arizona evening ahead. From flowing skirts to handmade jewelry, this area's unique finds will put a smile on your face. One of the most talked-about spots is Mesa Marketplace Swap Meet. True bargain shoppers can collect an assortment of reasonably priced goods that you simply can't find anywhere else. It's easy to turn a visit here into an experience.
The city's largest retail center is Mesa Riverview located off the Loop 202 Freeway. Shoppers will enjoy great values at 30+ brand name retailers.
GOLF: Mesa is home to world-renowned golf featuring breathtaking views of sweeping vistas set against beautiful mountains and blue skies. With near perfect weather it’s possible to enjoy the sport year-round. Mesa is home to some of Arizona's most renowned golf offerings designed by the best including Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye within a half-hour drive of downtown offering a variety of options from challenging desert golf to traditional links play. Mesa shines as one of the premier golf destinations in the Southwest. Mesa’s extensive list of golf courses, including the highly ranked Las Sendas Golf Club, Longbow Golf Club, Toka Sticks Golf Club, Augusta Ranch Golf Club, Superstition Springs Golf Club, Dobson Ranch Golf Course, Painted Mountain Golf Resort, and Superstition Mountain Golf just to name a few.
SPRING TRAINING IN ARIZONA: Mesa is in the heart of Arizona's Cactus League Spring Training action. With more than 200 Major League Baseball games in just 30 days, you'll find plenty of chances to catch America's pastime in action! Spring Training brings hundreds of thousands of fans to Arizona every year. Throughout the state, baseball enthusiasts follow their favorite teams to the Grand Canyon state. More than 1.9 million fans attended Cactus League games this past season of spring training baseball. The Cactus League schedule is available on the official website of the Cactus League.
When the boys of summer hit the fields in Mesa, it’s the official sign that spring has sprung. Mesa is home to two spring training teams – the Chicago Cubs, which have been part of the fabric since the early 1950s, and the Oakland A’s, a team that recently returned to our city and planted roots for decades to come. The Chicago Cubs are the attendance winners of the Cactus League, packing in legions of fans at Sloan Park. Click hereto learn more about this incredible stadium at Mesa Riverview. The Oakland A’s are also hosting fans to a whole new ballgame at Hohokam Stadium which recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation and facelift, bringing fans closer to the action. Click here to learn more. With clear, blue skies and comfortable temperatures from the mid-70s to mid-80s, Arizona is the perfect place for Spring Training. While the rest of the country is looking to a groundhog to predict when the snow will melt, you'll revel in the sunshine, Cracker Jacks and heart-pounding baseball games!
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