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Two Dogs and owner on Stand up paddleboard at Canyon Lake
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Dinner In the Orchard at Schnepf
 
 
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Sippin' on Ciders
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Posts from March 2016

When you think of Arizona, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t olive oil.  Visitors are flocking to the Queen Creek Olive Mill, a family-owned olive farm that embraces the entire olive oil-making process from “Blossom to Bottle.”    Start off your visit

Wednesday, March 16, 2016 8:00 AM

Fresh Foodie Must: Farmers Market Roundup

Here at Visit Mesa, we call the path of agriculture-driven attractions and farmers markets the “ Fresh Foodie Trail® ,” where agritourists find themselves in fresh foodie heaven. We’re often referred to as the “culinary gateway to Phoenix and Scottsdale. Here’s our

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 9:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Golf Guide: Visit Mesa's Top Golf Courses

Take time to tee off this spring as Mesa swings into golf season! Mesa is home to more than 40 golf course that showcase the Southwest’s natural beauty, with many courses featuring breathtaking views of sweeping vistas set against beautiful mountains and blue skies. Plus, the city’s

Mesa isn’t just a place for wonderful weather, golfing and shopping; the dining and entertainment opportunities are some of the best in Greater Phoenix! With unique performances from dueling pianos to Dixieland jazz, you’re sure to find a musical hangout you’ll love in City