Not Just a Museum, an Experience. Ready to take a step back in time and see what it was really like to be part of the United States Air Force during times of combat? Plan your visit Get up close and personal with real wartime planes, artifacts, and stories at our museum in Mesa, Arizona.
Carriage Lane Park 3140 S. Carriage Ln., Mesa, AZ 85202. First-come, first serve shaded picnic ramadas; Shaded Playground ; Restrooms; Lighted Basketball Courts; Lake; Picnic Tables; Barbecues ; On-leash dog area; 23 acres . Parks, Recreation & Community Facilities. 480-644-PLAY (7529) firstname.lastname@example.org. Park Hours: Sunrise to 10:00 pm, or as posted. Your Place to Play. Email Us ...
Desert Trails Park is 35 acres and includes a series of hiking and biking trails, a pump track, a kids’ skills track, two ramadas, a restroom, and a 30-spot parking lot. The trails consist of a ¾-mile perimeter trail for hiking and non-motorized bike use. These trails go up to the top of the hill for hikers and non-motorized bikers.
Dobson Ranch Park 2359 S Dobson Rd, Mesa, AZ 85202 . Dobson Ranch Playground gives all children regardless of abilities the opportunity to play. The park is universally inclusive and equipped with play structures designed to allow all children the opportunity to experience the park.
Our Great Park is Our Great Outdoor Connector. Outside – that’s where life intersects at Eastmark. Our great outdoor connector is The Eastmark Great Park. A public park developed by Eastmark and owned and operated by the City of Mesa, this green open space runs through the community bringing education, civic and commercial life together.
emerald park 1455 S. Harris Dr., Mesa, AZ 85204. Featuring nine baskets played first counter clockwise and then clockwise for a total of 18 unique holes. One of the easier courses in the valley, the course has large concrete tee pads, good signage and newer baskets. A small pond in the center of the park adds interest without too much risk.
Fort McDowell Casino offers the latest slot machines from Aruze, IGT, Konami, Bally, WMS, Aristocrat, and MGAM. Bingo Over $14 million paid out in 2015! The Fort hosts a state-of-the-art and award-winning 1200 seat Bingo Hall.
You'll only be on Hawes Trail for 0.3 miles before you reach the intersection with Saguaro Trail on the right (some maps call this Story Trail). Continue the singletrack fun, twisting through some washes as you come to the intersection of the Ridge and Saguaro trails.
The Mesa Arizona Temple (formerly the Arizona Temple; nicknamed the Lamanite Temple) is the seventh operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Located in the city of Mesa, Arizona, it is the first of six LDS temples built or planned in the state.
Home to four theaters, the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum and Gallery as well as a collection of studios, the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona is a headquarters for all things creative. Visitors can take in a theater performance, listen to a symphony or browse contemporary art all in one location.
Mesa Grande Cultural Park, in Mesa, Arizona, preserves a group of Hohokam structures constructed during the classical period. The ruins were occupied between AD 1100 and 1400 (Pueblo II - Pueblo IV Era) and were a product of the Hohokam civilization that inhabited the Salt River Valley.
The Mesa Historical Museum is pleased to host a presentation and community conversation with author, speaker, researcher, collector and exhibitor Royal John Medley. Mr. Medley will discuss the history of citrus farming in Mesa and the evolution of Arizona’s unique and diverse citrus label illustrations.
Mount McDowell (O'odham: S-wegĭ Doʼag, Yavapai: Wi:kawatha), more commonly referred to as Red Mountain, is located on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Reservation, just north of Mesa, Arizona. It is named after General Irvin McDowell, a Union officer in the Civil War. Its elevation is 2,832 feet (863 m).
Additionally, the park boasts an archery range, orienteering course, Papago Ponds fishing lagoon, the Hall of Flame Museum, Papago Park Baseball/Softball Complex, and the Papago Golf Course, home of the Arizona State Sun Devils' golf team.
Welcome to Park of the Canals In order to preserve the ancient Indian and early Mormon canals, Van B. and Vida Brinton tried to purchase the East 20 acres of what is now the Park of the Canales. In November 1971, a year and one half after Van Brinton ‘s death, the George Bond family offered to sell the 20 acres to the Brinton family for $85,000 plus interest.
Mesa Feastival Forest - live music and gourmet food trucks at Pioneer Park Saturday nights, 5:30-9:00pm. January - June, 2018, you can find 10+ Gourmet Food Trucks parked in Pioneer Park every Saturday from 5:30-9:00pm. Enjoy delicious food, live music and fun!
The Red Mountain Station is in the northeast portion of the City of Mesa. The division services a population of approximately 142,697. Officers within the division patrol 38.84 square miles, responding to an average of 5,330 monthly calls for service. The Red Mountain Station has a staff of both sworn and civilian personnel.
Ghostly, volcanic Superstition cliffs rise 2,000 feet, hiding the Lost Dutchman Mine, one of the most storied mines of the West. The Superstiton Mountain Lost Dutchman Museum displays the artifacts, history and folklore of the Superstition Mountains and surrounding region. In the 1890s Goldfield was a booming community.
Welcome to the Desert Southwest's largest rose garden, where roses bloom in the desert. Host to nearly 9000 rose bushes located in Mesa, AZ. The Rose Garden at Mesa Community College is not only a Mesa landmark but a centerpiece for community, education, and innovative economic initiatives in the East Valley.
Usery Mountain Regional Park offers over 29 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Park trails range in length from 0.2 miles to over 7 miles, and range in difficulty from easy to difficult. If you are looking for an easy, relatively short hike, the Merkle Trail is barrier-free. If you are looking for a long more difficult hike, try the 7.1-mile Pass Mountain Trail.
Neighboring the Goldfield Mountains and Tonto National Forest, Usery Mountain Regional Park spans 3,648 acres of metro Phoenix's east Valley, and offers 73 individual camping sites. All are developed sites with water and electrical hook-ups, plus a dump station, picnic table, and barbecue fire ring, and can accommodate up to a 45-foot RV.