a grassy park
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Augusta Ranch Golf (Mesa, AZ)
Mesa Southwest Museum
Sun Devil Stadium
Beautifully newly remodelled
condo in 2004 in Mesa, AZ. This 1st floor, 2 bedroom unit has two large
bedrooms. Fully equipped with a deluxe kitchen. Exterior
parking available for large vans/SUV's. This location is handy to Phoenix,
Mesa, Scottsdale, Gilbert and Chandler, AZ.
Walking distance to shopping and restaurants. Located near many of the areas
top golf courses (25
nearby courses). It is only a drive into the beautiful Superstition
Mountains and Canyon Lake where speed boat, kayak, and pontoon boat rentals are
available. Perfect for honeymooners, snowbirds or baseball spring training fans.
Condo is only a block away from the Chicago
Cubs & Angels training
camp. Arizona State University is only 10-15
minutes away, with Sun Devils Stadium hosting ASU Football and from the NFL,
Cardinals. Come and
enjoy the sunshine state at its finest!
Villages @ Park Centre
930 N. Mesa Dr.
Mesa AZ 85201
2 Bedrooms both large. Master Bedroom 14x11, second bedroom
Full Bath Master BR
Master Bedroom Split
Community Pool - Heated
Community Spa - Heated
Dining in Living/Great Room
Cable TV Available
Children`s Play Area
Mesa Convention & Visitors Bureau
Mesa - Arts & Cultural District
Hohokam Stadium - the Cactus League Spring Training Home of the Chicago Cubs.
Golden Baseball League Comes to Mesa in 2005!
Q. How far is Mesa from Sky Harbor International Airport
A. Sky harbor is 12 miles from downtown Mesa.
Q. What is the average winter temperature? Average summer
A. Winter temperatures range from highs in the upper 60s
to lows in the upper 30s. Summer average temperatures range from lows in the
mid 70s to highs just over 100 degrees.
Q. How do I get tickets to Chicago Cubs Spring Training games?
A. In January, individual game tickets are available locally
at HoHoKam Park at 1235 N. Center, Mesa. Tickets are available by phone at tickets.com,
1-800-905-3315, or online at www.tickets.com usually beginning in January.
Q. What are the most popular natural attractions in the
A. Superstition Mountains, Apache Trail, Salt and Verde Rivers,
Usery Pass and area lakes.
Q. Where and when can I see wildflowers in bloom?
A. Depending on the amount of rain the desert gets, the wildflower
season usually peaks in March. The desert comes alive with color from wildflowers
such as lupine, desert marigold, and Mexican gold poppy, as well as shrubs
such as brittlebush, jojoba, and fairy duster. The top spots for wildflower
- From Mesa, take Country Club Drive (Highway 87) northeast to the Saguaro
Lake turnoff; drive around the lake and return to Mesa via the Bush Highway.
- Take I-10 east to Tucson and stop off at Picacho Peak State Park.
- From Mesa, take U.S. 60 east toward Superior; stop off at Boyce Thompson
- Highway 88 northeast of Mesa; stop off at Lost Dutchman State Park.
When can I see cacti blooming?
From March through late May, ocotillo blossoms are a scarlet
display in the desert landscape. Hedgehog blooms usually at the end of March
but can bloom as late as mid-April, and only lasts about two weeks. Prickly Pear
usually begin to bloom in early April continuing through late May. The mighty
Saguaro displays its creamy white blooms usually by the middle of May, with late
May to early June as the peak time. The cholla flowers begin in mid-May and last
until late August. The summer rains prompt the barrel cactus to bloom, beginning
by mid-June and peaking in late August.
I've heard there's a dinosaur museum in Mesa; is that true?
The Mesa Southwest Museum's Dinosaur Mountain comes alive
with dinosaurs from the Jurassic to Cretaceous periods. The museum is located
in downtown Mesa at First Street and Macdonald. The museum information phone
number is (480) 644-2230.
What activities are there for children?
Mesa has a child-oriented fine arts center at the Arizona
Museum for Youth, which features changing art exhibits and unique hands-on art
activities. Other places for children: Mesa Southwest Museum, featuring Dinosaur
Mountain; Golfland/SunSplash, a large entertainment center and giant playground
featuring three miniature golf courses, a 15,000-sq. ft. castle with arcade,
and a water park; Out of Africa, where you can get closer than you ever imagined
to lions, tigers, wolves, ostriches, and pythons; The Phoenix Zoo, with over
1,300 animals on four trails; and Jeepers, an indoor children's amusement park
with rides, games, and a giant soft play area.
How far is Mesa from other areas of interest in
|Flagstaff - 161 miles
||Grand Canyon - 248 miles
||Nogales - 180 miles
|Sedona - 132 miles
||Kartchner Caverns - 168 miles
||Tucson 117 miles
|Tombstone - 188 miles
||Lake Havasu - 217 miles
||Prescott - 116 miles
There is something for everyone. Come enjoy a stay in the warmth and comfort of Mesa, AZ.