There a lot of places to visit and things to see when visiting Mesa, Arizona but we don’t want to overwhelm you. Here’s a list of our top 4 choices to help narrow down your travel itinerary:
The Usery Mountain Regional Park
The park is a prime example of the beauty of the Sonoran Desert where one can get their fill of desert fauna and flora.
It is ideal for horseback riding, hiking, walking, and mountain biking with more than 29 miles of mapped trails. Visitors can choose the level of trail difficulty. The easiest and shortest hike trail is the Merkle Trail while the longest and most difficult hike would be the Pass Mountain Trail.
The Mesa Arts Center
Mesa is known for its love for anything artistic in nature, which is probably why the largest entertainment and arts park in the Southwest is located here.
The Mesa Arts Center has galleries, theaters, exhibit rooms, and classrooms that all encourage the creativity in its visitors.
The Arizona Museum of Natural History
Dubbed as the premier natural history museum in Arizona, it is dedicated to the natural and cultural history of Southwest Arizona.
As a kid-friendly museum, kids (and kids-at-heart) of all ages get to experience a hands-on adventure during their visit. New special exhibits are also on display to guarantee that your visit is anything but monotonous.
Fresh Foodie Trail
The residents of Mesa have always been proud of the year-round bountiful harvest from their farms which is why they decided to support the agritourism industry.
The Fresh Foodie Trail is not just one but rather a series of stops along family farms where visitors can take a road trip that promises to delight the culinary adventurer in you.
With a number of places to go and see, wouldn’t it be great if you could put your feet up and recharge at the end of the day for your next Mesa adventure? Stay at Grand Canyon Ranch and we’ll have you relaxed in no time.