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  • AMF Apache Lanes

    816 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85203-8818

  • AMF Mesa Lanes

    2115 E. Southern Ave. Mesa, AZ 85204

  • Arizona Fencing Center

    535 W. Iron Ave. Mesa, AZ 85210

  • Augusta Ranch Golf Course

    2401 S. Lansing Mesa, AZ 85209

  • Ballers Arena

    140 N. Country Club Drive Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Ballet Fusion Fitness

    Ballet Fusion Fitness

    2655 W. Guadalupe Road Mesa, AZ 85202

  • Brimhall Aquatic Complex

    4949 E. Southern Ave. Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Brunswick Zone

    Brunswick Zone

    1754 W. Southern Ave. Mesa, AZ 85202

  • Caswells


    856 E. Isabella Ave. Mesa, AZ 85204
    480-497-5141 Caswells beats any other indoor shooting range in the Valley, for a number of reasons. First, Caswells is a firearm retailer, which means visitors can buy or rent a wide variety of guns and ammo. The indoor range at Caswells has awesome air conditioning, so patrons don't have to sweat it out while shooting, and the targets are movable (they operate on an electronic system, so shooters can adjust their distances more precisely). The indoor shooting booths are side-by-side, but each is relatively private — at least, private enough that shooters don't get dinged with brass casings from their neighbors' stall. There are 11 stalls, and the adjustable targets for each reach a maximum of 75 feet. Prices are reasonable, too — $15 per person per lane rental and $7 gun rentals. Add the fact that ladies get free lanes and gun rentals on Tuesdays and Fridays, and there's little doubt that Caswells is the best shot for Valley gun enthusiasts. More >>

  • Club-Doggie

    2055 S. Power Road Mesa, AZ 85209

  • Cubs Park

    2330 W Rio Salado Pkwy Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Dance FX Studios

    1859 W Guadalupe Road Mesa, AZ 85202-7488

  • Dobson Ranch Golf Course

    Dobson Ranch Golf Course

    2155 S. Dobson Road Mesa, AZ 85202
    480-644-2291 Dobson Ranch may sound like the name of a private golf club, but it's not. The city of Mesa owns and operates the course. Dobson Ranch's championship 18-hole course has been in Arizona longer than many Phoenicians, since 1972 to be specific. That age means the course has its share of mature trees — which give a nice, non-desert feel to portions of the greens and fairways. Those trees also provide some shade for cheap summer golfing on early, dew-laced mornings. With a low summer rate for 18 holes of golf, it's tough to beat Dobson Ranch, with its 6,712 yards of fairways. The city of Mesa keeps the Bermuda grass in great shape, and the course offers a driving range. More >>

  • Fiesta Lakes Golf Club

    Fiesta Lakes Golf Club

    1415 S. Westwood Mesa, AZ 85210

    It might be called a "golf club," but Fiesta Lakes, a down-home par three (tucked behind a Hilton and an abandoned Best Buy across from Fiesta Mall) is anything but fancy. The parking lot is gravel and the clubhouse is a trailer. This is the kind of course you won't feel self-conscious playing in cut-offs and flip-flops, which is why we like it. The driving range is the real delight, though: tree-lined and with the sort of rough but functional grass that reminds us of courses in the Midwest. You get a bucket of balls by putting a token in a rusty old contraption that looks as if it might be steam-powered, and then you can practice your swing off real tees instead of those annoying rubber tubes. More >>

  • Fighter Combat International

    Fighter Combat International

    5865 S. Sossaman Road Mesa, AZ 85212
    480-279-1881 The folks at Fighter Combat International use flyers from the Top Gun program to offer you everything from dogfights to acrobatic stunts. Using laser weapons mounted on the spectacularly agile, German built, Extra-300 L, experienced pilots take you up for aerial combat against other professionals. Or maybe you don't want a dogfight. Maybe you just want to strap on a diaper and try a few face-stretching acrobatic moves like hammerheads, lomcevaks, loops and rolls. No experience required. Prices depend upon the amount of flight time you want and how often you want to take the stick. You can be a passenger with your stomach in your mouth, or you can take the stick and shoot down the bad guy. More >>

  • Fitch Park

    160 E. Sixth Place Mesa, AZ 85211

  • Floating Lotus Yoga Studio & Natural Healing Center

    202 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Focus Climbing Center

    2150 W. Broadway Rd. Mesa, AZ 85202

  • Gene Autry Sports Complex

    4125 E. McKellips Road Mesa, AZ 85215

  • Golfland Family Entertainment Center

    Golfland Family Entertainment Center

    155 W. Hampton Ave. Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-834-8319 Years ago, having a large pool with a wave-maker and a slide or two was good enough to call yourself a "water park." But thanks to establishments like Mesa's Golfland Sunsplash, modern water parks more resemble amusement parks, with a variety of rides and water slides seemingly engineered by thrill-seeking adrenaline junkies. Sunsplash boasts attractions like the Master Blaster Water Coaster, Thunder Falls (a raft ride that starts nearly seven stories high and features three huge drops), the Stormrider (a massive drop into the water from about 70 feet), and the Sidewinder (a half-pipe slide that allows riders to zip from one end of the bowl to another). Of course, there's the standard wave pool (all 450,000 gallons of it), but Sunsplash also offers a separate "activity pool" for water sports, a toddler pool for the wee ones, and even the Endless River (which ends after about 800 feet) for emulating tubing at the Salt River. There's also a great miniature golf course, with miniature buildings and obstacles, and hundreds of driving and fighting games, pinball machines, and more at their impressive arcade. More >>

  • HITS Batting Cages and School of Baseball

    1455 S. Stapley Drive Mesa, AZ 85204

  • HoHoKam Stadium

    HoHoKam Stadium

    1235 N. Center St. Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-644-4451 Since 1997, the folks running Hohokam Stadium have kept the price of the lawn seats at five bucks. Five bucks to watch the Cubbies, for God's sake! Five bucks to watch the ebullient Cubs fans before the Cubs have been able to begin losing any real games, when Cubs fans are still happy-go-lucky drunks rather than the sour drunks, like Mike Royko back in the 1960s. And while cities throughout the Valley scramble to make these spring training fields look like the best of the major league fields, the only thing that matters are the fans. Hohokam has Cubs fans in spring.The only downside of Hohokam, though, is quite serious. Old Style is served there, but it is served in plastic cups; At Wrigley Field, the Old Style comes in wax cups, something longtime aficionados of "Dog Style," as we called it in college, say makes the beer the best in the world. More >>

  • Home Run Stadium

    Home Run Stadium

    1829 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85203
    480-844-0489 We played all sorts of sports in our younger days, but when it came to baseball, strikeout was our middle name. That's until Daddy took us to Main Street, Mesa just west of Gilbert Road to this batting range where a friendly fellow took us into the slow-pitch baseball cage and taught us to stop whiffing at every pitch. Today, the creaky baseball and softball range still looks as it did in the those days, save for the misting system that keeps batters cool in the summer months, a remodeled clubhouse chock-full of arcade games and baseball gear, and an upgraded concession stand that divvies out $1 hot dogs every Wednesday and Friday night from 6 to 8 p.m. Home Run Stadium is the largest high dome batting cage in the state and features eight baseball cages, six softball cages, a training range, pitching mounds, a tee-ball range and batting and pitching clinics. More >>

  • Jefferson Gymnasium

    120 S. Jefferson Mesa, AZ 85208

  • John D. Riggs Stadium

    1833 W. Southern Ave. Mesa, AZ 85202

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