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Comfortable and convenient, Mesa is located near the foothills of the legendary Superstition Mountains.

Packed with excitement, the Mesa area offers visitors an explosion of educational, cultural and outdoor attractions. From interactive museums to our Fresh Foodie Trail, and old west towns, Mesa's got it all!

You'll have easy access to the area's most popular natural attractions, including Superstition Mountains, Apache Trail, Salt River, Usery Mountain Regional Park and area lakes. Explore the mysterious Superstition Mountains or cruise Saguaro Lake aboard the Desert Belle and Canyon Lake aboard the Dolly Steamboat.

There's no shortage of fun in Mesa! Hear the roar of the dinosaurs at the Arizona Museum of Natural History. Let your imagination take flight by learning about vintage aircraft at the Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona. Soar the Sonoran skies on a hot air balloon ride and get in touch with nature at the nearby Phoenix Zoo.

Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport offer two perfect choices for visitors traveling to Mesa. Visit Mesa has produced a Destination Guide to assist you in planning upcoming tours and bookings to the Mesa/Phoenix area..

Where To Stay

Browse Accommodations in Mesa, AZ

Find the perfect place to stay near Phoenix, AZ, including hotels, campgrounds, RV resorts, and extended stay options.

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Fresh Foodie Trail


Head out on Mesa’s award-winning Fresh Foodie Trial® and discover a wealth of culinary experiences to tempt your tastebuds.

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Things To Do

Big Game — Big Adventure

Discover the home of the Arizona Cardinals and experience all that the Sonoran Desert has to offer before or after the big game. Enjoy hikes, sports, and endless food options while engaging in football festivities around the region.

Plan For Fun


Getting here is easy... so is getting around!

Whether arriving by car, train or plane, visitors will find it's easy to explore Mesa and the surrounding region.


Grand Canyon


You’re so close! Don’t miss seeing this incredible natural wonder – a national park since 1919.

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