Posted By Visit Mesa Team
January 08, 2021
What's New This Year in the 2021 Visitors Guide
It's a brand new year and Mesa continues to grow in art, activities, eateries and more! Our brand new 2021 Visitors Guide is available now to order online and we are excited to share with everyone what's new in this ultimate tour guide. Here is a sneak peak of some of the excitement you can have when you visit Mesa:
New to the visitors guide this year:
Explore Our New Fresh Foodie Trail GeoTour
We broke the exciting news about our new Fresh Foodie GeoTour back in December, and now you can learn more about this foodie road trip in the 2021 Visitors Guide. Grab your phone and go on the ultimate scavenger hunt for all 10 geochaches located at some of the most charming farms and agritourism attractions in Mesa and it's surrounding areas!
Weekends are for Brunching in Mesa
Brunch is like breakfast without an alarm clock! As a new addition to our dining section in the 2021 Visitors Guide, we rounded up the best spots to grab a tasty meal to start off your day. Whether you want to dive into an extensive mimosa bar at What's Crackin Cafe, or experience a hearty Italian-style menu at Queen Creek Olive Mill, there are many unique breakfast stops to tryout in City Limitless.
Did you know that Mesa has been named one of the top 10 cities for bicyclists by Forbes magazine? With over 40 miles of bike lanes paired with close access to a plethora of desert biking trails, the choices are plentiful when it comes to choosing a path that's right fo you. New to our Visitors Guide, we provide readers with a 3-page helpful guide so they can explore the expansive terrain in the Tonto National Forest when they're feeling adventurous. We also cover city trails as well for road biking enthusiasts
Urban Sports of Every Sort
Hiking and cycling isn't the only way to build up a sweat in Mesa. If you look closely, the city is full of activities that will get your heart rate going! From our skate parks to our indoor rock climbing center, you will surly find a hobby you'll love. In the Sports Enthusiast section of our Visitors Guide, we point out amazing spots for archery, virtual golf, and even surfing. That's right, you can surf in Mesa on the Flowrider!
There's a New Mural to Hunt for
When you're walking down Main Street, keep an eye out for the newest mural painted by artist Kelly Montague. The amazing butterfly wings is one of many art pieces scattered throughout Downtown Mesa. Hidden in the mural are symbols that reflect Mesa's heritage and rich culture. See if you can spot them all!
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