A Destination For Every Season   

Surrounded by the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, the city of Mesa features a vibrant outdoor playground for  outdoor recreation. 

Mesa’s collection of resorts and hotels are so close to the desert landscape, guests can plan adventures in the Tonto National Forest and the Superstition Wilderness – a region full of wild west history and heritage that is still celebrated today

Packed with excitement, the Mesa area offers visitors an explosion of educational, cultural and outdoor attractions. Whatever your clients' preference, they will find Mesa, Arizona reinvigorating, playful and even a bit surprising!

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Endless Outdoor Recreation

From hiking and biking to calm waters and majestic mountains, nearly every outdoor pursuit can be experienced here in the Sonoran Desert. 

Visitors to Mesa can take a journey on the legendary Apache Trail and see wild horses on the Salt River. The native herd lives along the riverbank and are often seen at sunrise and sunset, putting on a spectacular show for visitors of all ages. Kayaking and paddle boarding are popular activities for visitors as well.

Locals love Mesa’s Nature Center located at Usery Mountain Regional Park with daily programs centered on desert education and entertainment. Flashlight walks, scorpion hunts, stargazing sessions and full-moon hikes are just some of the fun activities available year-round.

Discover western lifestyle at Saguaro Lake Ranch, a collection of original 1920s cottages where guests can experience authentic cowboy life with horseback riding and desert trails in Queen Creek, Arizona. The town features the Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre and hosts rodeos including the Professional Bull Riders and year-round events with the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.

he city will be home soon to Revel Surf Park at Cannon Beach. Opening in Spring 2023, this new experience will offer real surfing waves in the desert as part of a two-acre lagoon. Mountain bikers can access the Hawes Trail System in Mesa, a 62-mile labyrinth of recreational trails that weaves visitors through the cactus-studded desert land. On any given day you’ll find hikers, bikers and horseback riders enjoying the trail system paths.

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Diverse Dining

Mesa is also recognized as one a culinary destination with food festivals held at family farms and throughout the community.

Mesa provides a bounty of seasonal goods for visitors to enjoy year-round. Citrus in January, peaches in May, olives in October. Travelers can also time their visits to experience chef-hosted dinners hosted outside in magnificent settings featuring Arizona winemakers. 

Dining outside is enjoyed all year long and visitors can attend six-course meals in a farm or desert setting. Restaurants in Mesa all feature outside dining, wood-burning fireplaces and water-misted patios.

A City For The Creative Class

In Downtown Mesa, the new Plaza at Mesa City Center is ready to welcome locals as they showcase the city’s cultural scene.

The Mesa Arts Center serves as a central gathering place designed to showcase a world of international arts – everything from art exhibitions to world-class performances to state-of-the-art studios for art education. The design of the seven-acre Mesa Arts Center was inspired by the unique character of the Sonoran Desert – a rich desert, mountain and canyon environment. 

Along Main Street, visitors can take one of Arizona’s longest pub crawls with breweries up and down the block and sidewalk restaurants featuring local chefs and popular Mexican and Southwest cuisine. Shopping is also offered in downtown, with new boutiques offering unique Arizona treasures.