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    Mesa (population 457,000) was founded in January 1878 by Mormon pioneers, and the population of Mesa is approximately one tenth Mormon. In mesa the church of Jesus Christ operates the oldest temples for their latter day saints (The mesa Arizona temple ). The mesa city is in centre of that area where latter day saints residence is in the Phoenix Metropolitan areas.

    Mesa is home to the Arizona Museum of Natural History and the Champlin Fighter Museum.

    The city is served by Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (Allegiant and Westjet) as well as Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. The Metro Light Rail connects downtown Mesa with Tempe and Phoenix.

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    • Gilbert
      Gilbert (population 208,000) is the largest incorporated "town" (as opposed to "city") in the United States. Gilbert owes its beginnings to William "Bobby" Gilbert, who provided land to the Arizona Eastern Railway in 1902 to construct a rail line between Phoenix and Florence, Arizona. Incorporated in 1920, Gilbert was primarily a farming community fueled by the rail line and construction of the Roosevelt Dam and the Eastern and Consolidated Canals. It remained an agricultural town for many years and was known as the "Hay Capital of the World" from 1911 until the late 1920s.

      The Riparian at Water Ranch features hiking and equestrian trails open to the community. The preserve provides a great opportunity for wildlife and bird watching and is considered the premier bird watching facility in the Phoenix metropolitan region. Close to 250 species of birds have been sighted and many people come from different states and countries to see the beautiful and sometimes rare birds. The park boasts covered picnic areas, a dinosaur dig site, and campsites that can be reserved for a desert getaway. The preserve also has the valley's only astronomy observatory.

      Gilbert also offers six different golf courses.

      Ranked Fourth-Best Dog Park in the United States, Cosmo Park is named for Gilbert's first police dog: Cosmo van Blitsaerd of Holland. The park features a lake where dogs may swim and two dog wash stations.
      Gilbert, AZ, USA
    • 115 W 6th St #101
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      115 W 6th St #101, Tempe, AZ 85281, USA
    • Chandler
      Chandler is in the Greater Phoenix area and has developed greatly in the last 10 years. It is home to several venues that are becoming more and more popular. Downtown Chandler is filled with both trendy and unique shops and restaurants, as well as eclectic art museums. It’s downtown district hosts a micro-brewery and winery, the only downtown area to have both in Arizona. Visitors can enjoy hiking, horseback riding and golfing on championship-level courses, among many other outdoor activities. Chandler boasts to have an average of 330 sunny days out of the year.

      It is located miles away from the international Sky Harbor airport and can easily be reached by Santan or Superstition Freeways.

      Chandler allows travelers to stay in a smaller city while still having access to all the venues and events in the Phoenix or Scottsdale areas.
      Chandler, AZ, USA
    • Scottsdale
      If there was a test to dictate cities that are somewhat of an anomaly, Scottsdale could apply for entrance into the club and pass without a question asked. Located in the eastern part of Maricopa County in Arizona, right across from Phoenix, Scottsdale is considered a resort destination in the middle of the desert, with the New York Times describing the city as a desert version of Miami's South Beach, with plenty of late-night partying and a buzzing hotels scene. With a distinctly Western theme and style, Scottsdale is one of those upscale places where shopping and visiting takes a little more than a budget traveler can afford, but it is definitely worth the splurge if you want an all-inclusive experience.

      In many ways, Scottsdale is similar to a great number of British cities in the sense that there are over 130 miles of canals working their way through the entire city. The difference is that in Britain the canals are used for boating these days, and were once used for transportation of goods in between cities, whereas in Scottsdale they are used primarily for irrigation. It is these canals which have created the vibrant and green surroundings in the middle of the desert, and they are a perfect way to experience the earth like nature of the city away from the glitz and glamour of the resorts if you prefer walking, jogging, or cycling.

      Everything in Scottsdale relates to an all-inclusive experience. This is a resort town, which means it's all about shopping, eating out at restaurants, heading to the nearest health club, taking in many festivals and shows that make their way through every year, and generally just enjoying yourself. Nestled in a lush valley, Scottsdale is surrounded by desert terrain and mountains as well, so if you find yourself longing for a little bit of the outdoors it is definitely at your disposal, not to mention the views looking down at the city are spectacular.
      Scottsdale, AZ, USA
    • Paradise Valley
      The Town of Paradise Valley is conveniently located in the heart of the Scottsdale-Phoenix metropolitan area with short drives to a number of memorable attractions.

      According to the 2010 census, the population of the town was 12,820. Despite the town's relatively small area and population compared to other municipalities in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Paradise Valley is home to eight full-service resorts, making it one of Arizona's premier tourist destinations. It is also known for expensive real estate.

      Whether your interests lie with arts and culture, professional sporting events, desert hiking adventures, world-class golf courses, shopping, or luxury spa treatments, the Paradise Valley area offers truly special activities.

      One must-see attraction in Town is the Goldwater Memorial. The Town of Paradise Valley is pleased to have commissioned the first major work of art to celebrate the life of Senator Barry Goldwater. A long time resident of the Town, he retired to Be-Nun-I-Kin, the name he gave to his hilltop home in Paradise Valley, after serving in the U.S. Senate for three decades.
      Paradise Valley, AZ, USA
    • Fountain Hills
      Located just northeast of Phoenix, this new bedroom community boasts large homes, shopping, recreation, and the landmark that made it famous, one of the tallest water fountains in the world.

      Fountain Hills, AZ 85268, USA
    • 8350 E Raintree Dr
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      8350 E Raintree Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85260, USA
    • 916 W Adams St # 1
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      916 W Adams St # 1, Phoenix, AZ 85007, USA
    • TravelBug Health
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      TravelBug Health 8757 E Bell Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85260, USA
    • Apache Junction
      Apache Junction is the last small town before you venture out into the Superstition Mountains -- where you will find dirt roads, hiking, three lakes, a damn, and a really good time.

      Apache Junction has turned into a retirement village and a "snowbird" landing spot for older folks who wants to avoid the cold weather. The population goes from 10,000 during summer months to 140,000 in the winter months.

      Apache Junction is gateway to mining towns, mountain ranges, the Renaissance festival, caving and many other sites. Apache Junction has an amazing thrift store area if that is your cup of tea. They have the standard thrift stores, estate thrift stores, flea markets and antique stores, it is a plethora of shopping delight in attempt to find a bargain or a deal.

      Apache Junction is also the start of the Apache Trail, a mostly unpaved road through the mountains, following the Salt River past some beautiful lakes, ending at Roosevelt Dam and Lake. Also near the other end of the Trail is Tonto National Monument, with its fascinating ancient Native American cliff dwellings.
      Apache Junction, AZ, USA

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    Climate near Mesa

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    Graphic showing average weather in Mesa in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 10.1 24 50.2 9.4
    Feb 12.3 20.9 54.1 8.2
    Mar 14.9 19.9 58.8 7.8
    Apr 19.2 10.5 66.6 4.1
    May 23.7 4.3 74.7 1.7
    Jun 28.8 3.1 83.8 1.2
    Jul 32 27.4 89.6 10.8
    Aug 30.7 33.4 87.3 13.1
    Sep 28 21.4 82.4 8.4
    Oct 21.4 15.8 70.5 6.2
    Nov 14.8 14.4 58.6 5.7
    Dec 10.8 22.3 51.4 8.8

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