Mesquite: Sweet Heat
September – October 2016
MESQUITE: Sweet Heat
One more day. It’s something many vacationers and travelers wish they had, but seldom take even when they do. It’s no secret that we’re all busy, and getting back home a day early can make getting ready for the week that much easier. But staying just one more day can mean the difference between a quick glimpse and a comprehensive experience. So take the time to live your adventure to the fullest, and do something special on your one more day. You owe it to yourself.
If you find yourself in Mesquite and you’re looking for a one-more-day idea, give these a try.
The Mesquite Camel Safari puts visitors up close to these interesting animals in a number of different experiences. Patrons can enjoy treks near the scenic Virgin Mountains and Virgin River via camel, or enjoy similar views via a Segway tour. Camel Safari also offers a one-hour camel encounter, in which guest can immerse themselves in camel culture and learn everything they want to know about the animals. The encounter offers the chance to bottle-feed a baby camel when available.
ENTERTAINMENT & RECREATION
MESQUITE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA:
The Mesquite Symphony Orchestra brings classical music to Mesquite and the surrounding areas. The orchestra utilizes entirely volunteer musicians, and includes some who travel to perform. On Sept. 17, the group performs “Lets Dance!,” followed by “The Spirit of America” on Nov. 5. Tickets and schedule information can be found at mesquitesymphony.org.
WORTH A VISIT