Mesa, Arizona is a boundless destination surrounded by the natural Sonoran Desert beauty of Tonto National Forest and the communities of Gilbert, Apache Junction, and Queen Creek. This regional recreation playground boasts an assortment of lifestyle and leisure pursuits for visitors. In Mesa, you will find the largest arts and cultural complex in the Southwest, shopping at every turn, delectable locally-owned restaurants and an award-winning collection of golf courses and premier hotels. As the third largest city in Arizona, Mesa is a modern-day desert urban retreat, where landscapes are legendary and its deep-rooted agricultural heritage still shines. From Spring Training baseball to countless events to suit visitors of all ages, the possibilities are endless. Choose your adventure and explore Mesa...City Limitless.
Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport
Has quickly emerged as a dynamic reliever airport to Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport. The airport provides a convenient alternative.
Guests can expect nearly 40 hand-selected unique, approachable wines paired with simple, delicious food that’s served to share.
Queen Creek Olive Mill
Arizona’s only family-owned and operated working olive mill and farm where olives are grown producing high quality extra virgin olive oil.
Goldfield Ghost Town
Welcoming travelers from all over the world to discover the charm and history of this authentic gold mining town.
Relax on a 90 minute narrated public cruise and see exotic Arizona wildlife, towering canyon walls, and dramatic desert vistas.
Fort McDowell Adventures
Guided horseback rides along the Verde River, a preservation site for bald eagles, wild mustangs and other Arizona wildlife.
Rawhide Western Town
An 1880's authentic frontier town and Arizona's largest western-themed attraction. Entertainment includes classic Western gunfights and more.
MESA: THE VIDEO
Watch Mesa's very own local band, Weird is the New Cool, take you on a limitless journey through Mesa like never before.