Make your Way around Mesquite’s Casinos and Enjoy Some Golfing with the Help of a Charter Bus
Historic Mesquite is More than just ‘Another’ Las Vegas, has Own Charm and Distinctive Qualities
Located within Clark County in Nevada, Mesquite sits across the Arizona state line and approximately 80 miles from Las Vegas, making it a popular stopover for tourists and vacationers who are looking for something fun to do. Although today, Mesquite boasts of a thriving community, countless casino resorts as well as established golf courses, its start as a city was a humble one. Set up by early Mormon pioneers as early on as 1880s, the settlers called it Mesquite Flat and like its neighboring city, Bunkerville, Mesquite initially grew as a farming town and it wasn’t until a master development plan was drawn up, much later in the mid-1900s, that Mesquite saw a steady rise in the number casinos like Mesquite Star and Oasis Casino (formerly The Peppermint), Virgin River Casino, Casablanca, Eureka Casino Hotel and Stateline Casino and Motel. For those who are interested in exploring the city’s history, be sure to make your way to the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum in downtown Mesquite or check out several historic buildings strewn across the city’s busy business district.
As with the old times, Mesquite remains to be a popular resting point for travelers who are making their way between Salt Lake City, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Another big tourist draw for Mesquite is that it is home to world-renowned golf courses, facilities for aviation activities and skydiving and the city also hosts the annual RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship. The residents prides itself in being in close proximity with some of the country’s biggest and most prominent cities, providing travelers with a quiet respite from bright city lights not too far away. As with other cities in Nevada, the primary draw for Mesquite is their expansive classy casinos and resorts, providing people with games like blackjack, keno, bingo and sports booking. And if you are up for it, there’s always getting on a hot air balloon, especially during its spectacular Hot Air Balloon Festival, and the Motor Mania Festival is a haven for car enthusiasts. Needless to say, with more than 300 days of sunshine per year, any time is a good time to visit Mesquite...just bring along sunscreen and get ready to have some fun!
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Get Ready to Let your Hair Down and Have the Time of your Life in Mesquite, NV
When you are in a fun city like Mesquite, it is hard to see how you can run out of things to do and points of interest to visit. Whether it is a family-friendly attraction, busy tourist spot or spending time learning up new golfing tricks at a local resort, we are sure you will have the time of your life in this quaint Nevada city!
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — When it comes to providing the locals with a relaxing and fun venue for a weekend day-out, you can always count on either Laser Mania Family Fun Center or Fiesta Fun-Family Center. Laser Mania offers a laser tag arena, mini golf, arcade games and a 4D movie experience while Fiesta Fun-Family has bowling, laser tag and a spacious amusement center for people of all ages. You can make it a casino and bowling night-out with your family and friends at Virgin River Hotel Casino Bingo Bowling in downtown Mesquite, enjoy a party along with music and bowling at Sunset West Bowling Center or catch the latest Hollywood films at Westates Stadium 6 where there are 3D movies shown.
- Restaurant & Shopping — Make no mistake about it, when it comes to finding a diner, restaurant or cafe for birthday celebrations, the options are plenty in downtown Mesquite. For instance, you can enjoy the very charming atmosphere at a cocktail bar with traditional Latin American food at Antigua Bohemia Bar and Restaurant, dig into the authentic Italian cuisine and fresh seafood offered by Katherine’s Steakhouse, bring the charter bus to N Sandhill Boulevard to sample yummy Mexican delicacies at El Coyote Charro, spend some time with your family and friends with the cosy atmosphere provided by Cucina Italiana or order some exotic Chinese dishes from an establishment like Panda Garden Chinese Restaurant located along W Mesquite Boulevard. The streets of Mesquite are lined with rows upon rows of quaint shops and charming family-run businesses and they are great places to find souvenirs and gifts for your friends back home. You can go shopping at Walmart Supercenter along W Pioneer Boulevard, head out for some window-shopping or a shopping spree at Mesquite Shopping Center or check out the beauty products and pampering sessions offered by an establishment like Miracle Beauty.
- Golf & Sports — Without a smidgen of doubt, the top activity in Mesquite is definitely golfing. Wolf Creek Golf Club is home to an 18-hole golf course with an intensely challenging layout with multiple hazards and obstacles to get through and the par-72 course measures up to more than 7,000 yards. The Conestoga Golf Club has been named one of Nevada’s best courses by Golf Digest as it features a very natural landscape with fun instructional classes and special programs for people of all ages. Falcon Ridge Golf Club is a nice course for beginners and intermediate level golfers to try out although the landscape has quite a number of rises and canyons while Casablanca Golf Club is an 18-hole course designed by Cal Olson. The course is recognized as one of the most challenging ones and it is surrounded by a natural wildlife sanctuary. Other must-visit courses in Mesquite one should make time for is the Oasis Golf Club which is a par-71 course designed by Arnold Palmer and Palms Golf Club which has a serene setting complete with palm trees, calming lakes, desert and mountains. For fitness programs, gyms, racquetball facilities, swimming and soccer, bring the charter bus to Mesquite Recreation Center instead. You’ll also get the chance to try out their aerobics and dance classes.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — For history lovers, you will get to choose from a list of stellar historical sites to check out in and around Mesquite. Some of the attractions are located in neighboring Overton and St. George, not too far in a charter bus. But first, make time for Virgin Valley Heritage Museum which is a tribute to the region’s early pioneer settlers. You’ll learn about what life was like before the city even had proper name and shops. There are also educational exhibits related to archeological research and artifacts left behind by the Anasazi tribes who lived in the region, especially around Lake Mead, to be found in Lost City Museum. The Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum can be found slightly more than half an hour’s drive away from Mesquite’s city center and it is a vastly popular tourist attraction designed for people of all ages, including families, schools, churches and youth groups but if there are young children in your group, the right place to bring them to, for field trips or educational programs, is St. George Children’s Museum. They will get to discover art, science, the region, painting, movie-making, dance and much, much more at the attraction...while having complete fun at the same time. The volunteers who are running the Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum are determined to keep this attraction open to the public and the volunteers are made out of children of the very first few settlers of the city of St. George. The attraction is filled to the brim with artifacts that dates as far back as the 19th century and they showcase the region’s rich history and culture in clear details.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — People who love the outdoors will have a natural ‘falling in love’ process with Mesquite’s great outdoors. They will fall in love with the facilities provided at Hunter Sports Park which is located in close proximity to Virgin River and features paved walking paths, grassy fields, picnic areas and a lighted baseball field while Vernon Worthen Park is a popular community park for the residents. Here, there is a gazebo, picnic area, playground and volleyball courts for team-building exercises. If you feel like camping during your trip, be sure to check out the Arch Rock Campground; it is secluded but completely surrounded by unique red rock formations. Worry not, as primitive as it sounds, there are modern facilities and amenities around the camping grounds. If the attraction is full, consider bringing your friends to Valley of Fire State Park in Overton instead. There’s a Visitor Center with exhibits on local ecology, geology, prehistoric and modern history lessons as well as picnic and camping grounds. So, it will be both a historic and outdoor traveling experience for all to be had.
Safety, Affordability and Quality Customer Service Tops US Coachways’ Priority List
As all our customers know, US Coachways pays special attention to arming all our customer service representatives and staff with proper training on both Federal and State DOT regulations and guidelines and this shows our commitment to the safety of all the passengers on board any of the charter buses that we help provide. This way, you know that when you get a charter bus from a reputable company like US Coachways, you are in good and capable hands. Contact us today and find out how you, too, can save time, money and a whole lot of effort in renting a charter bus for your event(s) in Mesquite, NV.