Monday, December 23, 2013

Parks in Fountain Hills

Parks in Fountain Hills

There are a variety of outdoor Parks in Fountain Hills for adults, kids, senior citizens and even pets to stretch their legs and have a good time.
Fountain Park remains the most visible —and most visited— Parks in Fountain Hills. From miles around people are drawn to this 64-acre park with the trade­mark spouting wonder of the desert, the Fountain, one of the largest continuously running fountains in the world.
Following is a listing of major Parks in Fountain Hills or outdoor recreation areas and information. Contact the Town’s Community Services Department for more information on permits for Parks in Fountain Hills, how to reserve facilities or schedule activities or event by calling (480) 816-5151 or visiting www.fh.az.gov.

Golden Eagle Park 

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Golden Eagle Park occupies 25 acres off Golden Eagle Boulevard, just north of the Fountain Hills High School on Palisades Boulevard.

 
Veterans Memorial 
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The Town of Fountain Hills has dedicated a portion of its centerpiece Fountain Park to honor America’s war veterans with a special Veterans Memorial located at El Lago Boulevard and Kiwanis Drive. The Parks in Fountain Hills memorial was dedicated on Memorial Day 2005, and on Veterans Day 2006 a bronze statue of a World War I veteran was unveiled for Parks in Fountain Hills

 
Fountain Park 
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This Parks in Fountain Hills 64-acre public park, which includes a 29-acre effluent lake, is owned and maintained by the Town of Fountain Hills. The park was built in 1970 as the cornerstone of Parks in Fountain Hills and includes an 18-hole championship disc golf course, two age-defined children’s playgrounds with shade covers, a restroom building, as well as new park benches, ramadas, walking paths and the Splash Pad providing Fountain Hills youth a local place to cool off in the summer months. The recently initiated Greening Project has meant the inclusion of more trees and other plantings in the Parks in Fountain Hills.

 
Four Peaks Park 
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Four Peaks Neighborhood Park, located on Del Cambre near the Boys and Girls Club, is a 15-acre park that includes a youth soccer field with spectator seating, a 100-foot pedestrian bridge and walkways, picnic tables, an 18- by 24-foot ramada, a 750-square-foot restroom/control building, two lighted tennis courts, two lighted basketball courts, two multi-purpose ball fields with lights and a children’s playground for Parks in Fountain Hills.

 
Desert Vista Park 
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Desert Vista Park — Desert Vista Park features lighted athletic fields, a restroom and concessions building, picnic and shade ramadas, age-appropriate children’s playgrounds, walking paths, landscaping improvements, area lighting and parking areas for Parks in Fountain Hills.
Info located from http://www.fhtimes.com/

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