Mesa Grande Cultural Park
Hohokam Native Americans constructed grand canals in the Salt River Valley in which they resided. These and evidence of Hohokam structures can be viewed and interacted with at the Mesa Grande Cultural Park. Preserved by the City of Mesa in 1988, the mounds as well as evidence of a plaza and a ballcourt await your very own exploration. Storytelling sessions, pottery demonstrations and interpretive speeches are sometimes given in the park, and makes this a worthy outdoor activity in Mesa for a more relaxed day in the sun.