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Saturday, October 14, 2017 7:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Longbow Golf Club is a Hole-in-One

  Searching for a classic Arizona golf experience? Look no further than Longbow Golf Club ! Located in North Mesa, Longbow has everything you need to enjoy your time on the range. With the close-to-perfect weather that the fall and winter seasons bring to Arizona, this is not a stop that you'll want to miss!   Acknowledged as one of the "Top 100 Resort Courses in the Country", and one of the "Top 20 Best Courses You Can Play in Arizona", by Golfweek Magazine , this Ken Kavanaugh-designed course boasts dramatic desert and mountain views.     Off the

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 10:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

GREAT GRAPES! A Taste of AZ Wine Country in MESA

There's nothing to WINE about! Get a taste of Arizona Wine Country in Mesa... Sommeliers and oenophiles are taking notice of Arizona wines! The state’s burgeoning wine industry is turning attention to the Southwest and sharing the message that Arizona is indeed fertile ground for palate-pleasing winemaking – with several Arizona wines having been served at the White House. Tasting rooms are taking off in several regions around the state and Mesa visitors seeking out a taste of the grape stuff can find it close by: Queen Creek Olive Mill Guests can purchase wine on the spot

Friday, October 6, 2017 6:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Festivals and Fun This Harvest Season

    Here in Mesa City Limitless, we bid a fond farewell to summer and welcome harvest season with open arms! The weather is perfect and fall festivals string together the weeks before winter with pumpkin picking, corn mazes, live entertainment and more. Our bountiful harvest in Mesa, Arizona is one that we are proud to share with visitors throughout the year. A few of the stops along Mesa's Fresh Foodie Trail lead the way, sharing their treasured heritage and long-standing festivals with the community and visitors this October. Don't miss out on these fantastic,

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 2:00 PM by Visit Mesa Team

10 Free Things To Do In Mesa This Fall

Fall has arrived! It's not only the perfect season to visit Mesa, it's the perfect time of year for locals to get outside for a family fun day or date night. From art shows to movies and spooky celebrations, festivals are lurking and deals are brewing in Mesa as we approach the new season!     Here's your guide to everything you can do for FREE in Mesa this fall:     SEEDS, a community celebration at Mesa Urban Garden This free event on Sept. 27 from 6 – 8 p.m. features local artists, storytelling, open mic, native crafts, youth activities and a

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 10:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Festivities and Food from South of the Border

Dia de los Muertos is a traditional Mexican holiday for celebrating and remembering those who have passed on. Join the Mesa community as they come together to rejoice their loved ones at the Dia de los Muertos Festival at the Mesa Arts Center in Downtown Mesa. October 28 – 29, enjoy a variety of food, a colorful mercado featuring local vendors and live entertainment at the festival where spirits connect. Also at the Mesa Arts Center, on October 27 , the diverse sounds of modern Mexico will fill the air as Los Angeles based La Santa Cecilia showcases music that earned them a Best

Friday, August 18, 2017 6:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Labor Day Deals

In honor of Labor Day many Mesa businesses are offering deals and discounts to help you celebrate:   Rockin’ R Ranch :   $5.00 off admission – Labor Day special   Mention “Visit Mesa” and get $5.00 off the price of admission for everyone in your party. Offer valid September 1-2, 2017.   Arizona Outdoor Fun Adventures & Tours :   15% off for Labor Day   All riders receive a 15% discount on Labor Day when they call and use the code ‘LD15’ for reservations.     Zinburger :   25% off entire bill for Labor

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 8:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Mesa's Front Nine

Mesa is home to world-renowned golf courses featuring sweeping desert vistas carved from the rugged and pristine terrain unique to Arizona. The sun shines nearly every day allowing residents and visitors the chance to golf year-round. More than 40 golf courses are within a half-hour drive of downtown Mesa offering a variety of options from challenging desert golf to traditional links play. August is National Golf Month, so what better way to celebrate than by teeing off at one of these Mesa golf resorts.     Longbow Golf Club   Longbow Golf Club in east Mesa has earned its share

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

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