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Top Ten Mesa Area Attractions
Force Aviation Museum
Restored warbirds, artifacts and memorabilia from WWII through
the Vietnam War. Hours are seasonal. Call for information 480-924-1940
In the heart of the incredible Superstition Mountains, nature
cruises or dinner cruises on the Dolly Steamboat continue a tradition
of cruising started in 1925. Canyon Lake and itís inner waterways
will amaze you with their beauty. For schedule and more information
Located in Apache Junction this 12.5 acre museum houses reproductions
of 19th businesses including a Wells Fargo office, assay building,
barn, ore crusher and more.
Golf in Mesa
More than forty golf courses are within thirty minutes of downtown
Mesa. The city is one of the premier golf destinations in the
southwest. Youíll find municipal as well as private courses. Check
with your hotel for golf packages.
Rockiní R Ranch
A real ranch owned and operated by one of Arizonaís original
pioneer families. Perfect location for groups to enjoy some cowboy
fun, barbecue and stage show. 480-832-1539.
Chicago Cubs Spring Training
The Cubs are based in Mesa but other Cactus League teams are
nearby in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe. Ticket packages may be
available through your hotel.
Experience the excitement of flying aerobatics and discover
what itís like to be a fighter pilot for a day. This is a real
experience; no simulators are used. No previous flying experience
is required. Be sure to call ahead for scheduling: 800-644-7382
Arizona Museum of
See the largest dinosaur exhibit west of the Mississippi, Hohokum
Indian dwelling and a recreation of the Lost Dutchmanís Mine as
well as other changing exhibits. 408-644-2230.
the Lower Salt River
Spend an afternoon or the whole day tubing on the Salt River.
Schedule varies with season.
Lake Trail Ride
Open October through May. Enjoy incredible desert trails, views
of Goldfield Mountain, and Saguaro Lake.