Wildflowers in the desert
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Kayaker on Salt River_Red Mountain
 
 
Tip-Toe Through the Wildflowers
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Hiking in Lost Dutchman State Park
Superstition Mountains
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Kayaking on the Salt River
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Outdoor Adventure

Friday, November 18, 2016 11:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Opt Outside in Mesa this Black Friday

Last year, outdoor recreational retailer REI decided to shut its doors on Black Friday and encourage consumers to #OptOutside instead of standing in long lines at stores. They are back at it again this year with their campaign and already have almost 2 million people that have pledged to venture

The buzz is real and we’re not just talking about Beedrill …   Growing up in the 90’s definitely has its perks, including having to rewind a VHS or cassette and watching Saturday morning cartoons.  The Millennial Generation has an undeniable appreciation of this new

Wednesday, April 20, 2016 4:26 PM by Visit Mesa Team

Native Neighbors

New this year, Visit Mesa and the Wild Horse Pass Development Authority have partnered to share their award-winning collection of visitor attractions unique to Arizona’s history and culture. From the brand-new Four Points Sheraton Hotel at Toka Sticks, to the Western town of Rawhide, there are

Monday, February 15, 2016 9:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Fort McDowell Adventures

Do you have a wild side that’s looking for adventure? The desert is full of adventures to be had and sights to see. Fort McDowell Adventures on the nearby Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation has the thrills you’re looking for. Here are a few adventures we recommend checking out! Be a Cowboy The

Wednesday, December 9, 2015 8:00 AM by Guest

Have an Adventure When You Visit Mesa

Guest post by Todd VanDuzer, City Limitless® resident, CEO & Co-founder of Student-Tutor a math tutoring company in Phoenix   One of the best perks about living in City Limitless® is being minutes away from an outdoor adventure paradise. As an avid rock climber, hiker and