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Posts from July 2017

Ever take a trip you just don’t want to end? No worries! If you’re visiting Mesa, Arizona we understand the urge you might get to just stay a little longer. We put together some options for those of you that want maybe a little less of a vacation and more of an experience. Whether you’re hopping aboard a flight or a driving in an RV here, you can extend your stay.   Places to Stay:   Residence Inn Phoenix Mesa   With spacious rooms and ample amenities,  the Residence Inn Phoenix Mesa is the ultimate accommodation for a long trip in Mesa. The hotel offers

Thursday, July 13, 2017 6:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Choose Your Own Adventure

Ever wish you could live out your old “Choose Your Own Adventure” books? A trip to Mesa, Arizona has countless of storylines for you to explore. We call it Mesa City Limitless ®  for a reason – book a hotel to start your adventure.   Cubs Spring Training Nestled between Sloan Park and Riverview Park , the Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West is the perfect hotel for Cubs fans travelling into Mesa for Spring Training. After catching a game parents can take kiddos to cool off in the splash pads at Riverview Park and later, grab dinner at Legends or Stats

Wednesday, July 5, 2017 6:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Water Wonderland in the Desert

Contrary to the portrayal in classic Western movies, there is more to our desert than cactus, dirt, and tumbleweeds. Mesa, Arizona is a gateway to the ultimate water recreation paradise consisting of three lakes and two rivers.  Go just outside of our city limits and you’ve made it to Tonto National Forest. It’s one of the many places in Arizona where the Sonoran Desert’s iconic Saguaro cactus grow and one of the few places left where the wild horses roam. Tonto is the fifth largest forest in the United States and one of the most-visited "urban" forests in the