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Fountain Hills

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Breathtaking views define the community of Fountain Hills. Set in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, the town is one of the great unspoiled destinations in the Greater Phoenix area with unsurpassed desert beauty. The saguaro-studded landscape provides a scenic backdrop for a wide range of outdoor activities such as golf, hiking, bicycling, bird watching and exploring the McDowell mountains. Its iconic 560-foot-tall fountain, a history museum of the Lower Verde Valley, an extensive public art collection, dining, shopping, golf, hiking, bicycling and spa services all come together to make Fountain Hills the perfect spot for a vacation.

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For Visitors Information:

16837 E. Palisades Boulevard
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268
Visit the Official Fountain Hills Website

  • County: Maricopa
  • Year of Incorporation: 1989
  • Elevation: 1,905
  • Population: 26,000

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