- Wesley, Maine, a town in Washington County, Maine, United States
- Wesley, Iowa, a city in Kossuth County, Iowa, United States
- Wesley, Oklahoma, an unincorporated community in Atoka County, Oklahoma, United States
- Wesley, Indiana, an unincorporated town in Wayne County, Indiana, United States
- Wesley Township, Will County, Illinois, United States
- Wesley Township, Washington County, Ohio, United States
- Wesley, New Zealand, a suburb of Auckland
- Wesley, Dominica, a village in northeastern Dominica
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