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About Mesa

For travelers seeking amazing outdoor adventures and rich history in a breathtaking setting, Mesa, Arizona is the city for you! It offers many unique attractions including Old West towns, nature trails, mountains, museums, and much more. Just 20 miles east of Phoenix and centrally located in the East Valley, the best way to experience this area is by booking one of the many, spacious Mesa vacations rentals available. You’ll feel right at home in this charming metropolis.

Climate

Surrounded by the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, Mesa has a dry desert climate that appeals to visitors year-round. Here, sunshine is abundant and the average temperature throughout the year is a warm 85 degrees. You won’t have to worry about inclement weather affecting the outdoor adventures you have planned as rain is rare in this part of the state. When packing for your trip, sunscreen and sunglasses are essentials.

Transit

Mesa visitors should know that the best way to get around the city is by renting a car. This allows the most personal freedom for your visiting family, and is the best way to get out of the city’s desert temperatures. Mesa is within driving distance of many attractions like Lake Pleasant and downtown Phoenix. For those without a car, the city has a reliable public transportation system and the Valley Metro Bus System offers many routes through the city for your convenience.

Things to do

When visiting Mesa, spend a day traveling up the historic Apache Trail and through the mysterious Superstition Mountains, ending at the foothills of the Tonto National Forest. The West is very much alive in this area, and along the way you’ll see a spooky ghost town, replica mining camp, the Elvis Presley Chapel and an Old West stagecoach shop all framed by the Southwest’s majestic landscape.

For outdoor enthusiasts, paddle boarding around canyon-carved lakes, cycling scenic side streets, and golfing verdant courses are just a few of the popular activities in the area. Usery Mountain Regional Park is a great place to take the whole family on a hike, or give your feet a break and explore the Sonoran Desert on horseback. Beat the heat by leisurely floating down the refreshing waters of the Salt River in an inner tube. For spectacular desert vistas, soar through the skies in a hot air balloon. Rainbow Ryders and Hot Air Expeditions schedule morning flights for the best sunrise views in Arizona. 

Attractions

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