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Mesa, Arizona is located 15 miles east of Phoenix and covers approximately 132 square miles. Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona and provides a variety of amenities including parks within walking distance, sports facilities that cater to athletes of all ages and a diversity of special events and community festivals. Things to do in Mesa.....
Mesa Arts Center – The award winning, largest arts and Entertainment Park in the Southwest equipped with four theaters, galleries, exhibition rooms and creativity inspired classrooms.
Mesa Amphitheatre – With a maximum capacity of 4,950, this outdoor concert venue is a popular destination for small and big acts alike.
Arizona Museum of Natural History – A natural history museum showcasing the wonders of the natural and cultural history of the Southwest.
Golfland Sunsplash – Water Park and family amusement with over 30 rides and attractions including waterslides and miniature golf.
Fresh Foodie Trail – A dozen popular food driven experiences along a trail that winds through Mesa and into Southeast Valley towns.
2nd Friday Night Out – The second Friday of each month various events are organized to include dining, entertainment and shopping. This event is located in Downtown Mesa and best of all…….. It’s FREE to attend!
Mesa Grand Shopping Center – Whether you are searching for big brand name stores, chic boutiques or a quick bite to eat, located right off the US 60, the Mesa Grand Shopping center has what you need.
Red Mountain Park – Equipped with shaded playgrounds, a lighted basketball court and shaded picnic areas, this parks offers community fishing and walking trails.
Pioneer Park – recently remodeled to encourage parent and child engagement, this area park offers a 9,000 square foot playground with plenty of shaded areas, splash pad and a 500 foot long walkway.
Usery Mountain Regional Park – This 3,648-acre park offers great camping sites and amazing views as well as multi use trails.
Mesa students are served by four school districts. While Mesa Public Schools serves the largest portion of the city, Gilbert Public Schools, Higley Unified School District and Queen Creek Unified School District each serve potions of southeast Mesa. Please select the links below to view school details: