The WTSA welcomes you to the Arizona Grand Resort and Spa for the 2021 Annual Meeting. Arizona Grand Resort & Spa puts you in the midst of one of Phoenix, Arizona’s most naturally beautiful places, ideally situated on the doorstep of 17,000 acres of South Mountain Preserve, the largest municipal park in the world and the most visited hiking destination in the state.
Built across 7 acres, this premium amenity boasts 8-story thrill slides, a giant wave pool, a 25 person hot tub, the Valley’s only side-by-side active river, and Wild Cat Springs which is perfect for younger children.
|Arizona Grand Golf Course
The course compliments the grandeur of the spectacular Sonoran desert with stunning conditions and a service staff committed to creating exceptional experiences for players of all ability levels.
|Desert Botanical Garden
Outstanding displays of desert plant life in a natural setting with information talks, café and gift shop.
Native American arts and crafts with a special emphasis on the Southwest Native American, along with the largest Kachina doll collection.
On the National Register of Historic Places, it features the restored Rosson House. The three square block park was set aside as an example of authentic turn of the century
|Phoenix Art Museum
A major visual arts institution in the Southwest, 11,000 art objects, thirty exhibitions annually and the Thorne Miniature rooms
123 acres of mammals, reptiles and birds make this the largest privately owned, self-supporting zoo in the United States.
|Pueblo Grande Ruins
Located off the Hohokam Expressway on Washington Street, this ruin's exhibits feature how the Hohokam Indians lived. Also feature are materials excavated from the site. Tours are self-guided.
|South Mountain Park
More than 16,000 acres make up the world’s largest municipal park. The desert preserve provides plenty of space for hiking and horseback riding.
|Tempe Town Lake and Tempe Beach Park
The lake and adjoining park offer boat rentals, leisure and dining cruises, jogging, biking, and skating. Frequent concerts, art and sports events. Adjacent to the ASU campus and Mill Avenue shops and restaurants.