951 W. Main St.
Mesa, AZ 85201
Phone: (480) 833-1231
Fax: (480) 827-0513
Fiesta Lakes Golf Club is situated in the city of Mesa in Arizona and offers extensive lengths of lush green tees. The facilities here provide a nine- hole course, with 1503 yards of space available. Here is the opportunity to perfect your golfing skills, with an amazing scenery awaiting you and a pond located centrally on the course. This course provides an enjoyable experience for all the golf- lovers.
Fun for the whole family, the Golfland Sunsplash water and amusement park has activities for all ages. Whether you're swirling down one of the slides, floating along the Lazy River, or catching a wave in the Thunder Bay Wave Pool, you're sure to have a great time while staying cool under the hot Arizona sun. For those who'd rather not get their feet wet, the bumper cars, lazer tag, miniature golf course, and go-cart raceway will surely offer fun alternatives. The onsite snack stations will ensure you have enough energy to keep going strong all day long!
This well-used par-72, 18-hole course in Mesa provides one of the better deals in this part of the Valley. Designed by Red Lawrence and built in 1974, many golfers enjoy this water-in-play course. Three sets of tees with yardage ranging 5,598-6,593 will accommodate players of all skill levels. Rates are seasonal. Enjoy dining in the Ranch House restaurant while you're here.
This is one of the best kept secrets in town. This spectacular course is known for its fast breaking and most challenging greens. Kokopelli only stretches out to 6,716 yards (5615.43 square meters) from the tips, but don't let that fool you. Water will prove to be your fiercest competitor, as it comes into play on eleven holes. Also, mounded fairways will leave you with many side hill lies to contend with. Wherever your ball comes to rest, you are sure to know that the conditions of that spot are perfect. Embraced by the serenity of the San Tan and Superstition Mountains, this layout provides one of the most scenic golf opportunities around.
Arizona's largest indoor climbing gym features 12,000 square-feet of climbing surface. Challenges include cracks, aretes, chimneys and cracks. No experience, no problem; after a quick training video, the friendly staff will have you strapped in and climbing the 24-foot-high canyon walls in safety. Routes are changed frequently, so climbers do not become complacent. Passes are available ranging $10-350. Bring your own gear or rent it here at a reasonable cost. Signed waiver is required for climbers under 18. Group events and parties may be arranged, call for further information.
Cool your jets at this public ice-skating facility. 18,000 square-feet of ice surface area affords open skating and lessons year-round. The rink is located next to Big Surf Waterpark, one-half mile north of the Loop 202 and one-quarter mile south of McKellips Road. A pro-shop, offering skates and equipment is open daily. Hockey equipment is available from vendors like Louisville, JOFA, Bauer, ITECH and Vaughn. Figure skates are available by Reidell and Mondor. Shop services include skate sharpening, custom radius, riveting and mounting. Public skating hours vary, please call to confirm.
An old-fashioned family roller skating rink, this place is home to the Artistic Skating Team National Champions! Here, at Surfside Skateland, classes are available to tighten up your technique, or rent the whole place out for a party. Pool tables and a mass of video games provide excitement when you need a quick breather from skating. These are subject to change as well as ticket prices. Rental skates are available. Call for further details.
This fun paradise offers relief from the heat of the desert. You can choose to ride the high waves or simply soak up the sun. The Waikiki Beach is one of the biggest original wave pool in America while the Captain Cook's Landing is for the little tykes. Older kids and adults will enjoy water basketball or volleyball at Mauna Loa Bay. Kilauea Cove offers an exciting water slide with panoramic views from the top. Daredevils will love the Tornado Twisters, Hurricane Falls and the dreaded Black Hole. There is a full-service snack bar to refresh and refuel after activities. Big Surf is a great place to be with the entire family.
ASU Karsten Golf Course—par 72 Pete Dye-designed public course is fashioned in a Scottish links style. Tees range from 4,760 yards on the forward tees to 7,058 on the professional. Throughout the course railroad ties, bunkers and hidden greens create a challenge. The number 7 hole is reported to be the most likely place to get a birdie. Greens fees including cart and vary according to season. Collared shirts with sleeves and hemmed Bermuda-length shorts are required. Amenities include the Trophy Room Restaurant serving breakfast and lunch, a practice range, putting green and short game area.
Dramatically positioned between mountain buttes, this 73,014-seat stadium is home to Arizona State University. Built in 1958, the place annually hosts the Fiesta Bowl and has previously welcomed the Super Bowl. Over the years, this stadium has been extensively renovated, including a $1.67 million renovation in 1992. State of the art video equipment has been installed, including a system that offers fans instant replay action. Located atop the upper deck on the west side, suite seating accommodates up to 900 fans.
This 60-acre (24.28 hectare) park located within the Indian Bend Wash greenbelt is home to the Wedge Skate Park. It is every skater's dream complete with ramps, curbs and rails making it an awesome place to pick up new tricks. The park also offers an outdoor amphitheater, swimming pool, two lakes, two children's playgrounds. The 5K course along with softball, soccer, basketball and a sand volleyball courts make it a great place to come and work out. Or pack up the family, make some lunch and head on over to the picnic area for a great family out.
The Supai Middle School Ball field is mainly used to host inter school championships. These grounds were used to conduct the 'South Scottsdale Little League 2012', a popular event for the little ones who aspire to become baseball players. While visiting the city, drop in at this field to watch the small children in action.