Once home to the tallest fountain in the world, built by Robert McCulloch in 1970. Fountain Hills borders Scottsdale and Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation. It is one of the fastest growing cities in Arizona with a population of around 23,000. It has a thriving community that is known for its art and culture. Of course, the town is named after the magical man-made fountain right in the heart of it all.
Fountain Hills features many luxury communities and homes. Some of the most prominent of its neighborhoods are Diamante Del Lago, Firerock, and Eagle's Nest. Fountain Hills Unified School District provides high-quality academics and extracurricular activities for all students.
Residents of Fountain Hills are proud of their upscale small-town look. The citizens and officials work hard to maintain its value and appearance. From nearly any angle residents enjoy the beautiful views of the town and its surroundings. The sights include the Matazal Mountains, McDowell Mountains, Weavers Needle, and the Four Peaks. Let us not forget, the world-famous fountain is included in these spectacular sights. Fountain Hills is so small, in fact, that you can drive anywhere in town in just about 7 minutes. Residents face minimal commute times.
Three annual fairs are held in Fountain Hills namely the festival of arts and crafts, a celebration of Fine Art & Wine Affaire, and Stroll in the Glow; a light show that is held in December. There is a strong feeling of community among the residents, and they take part in cultural activities to make life exciting for themselves.
Fountain Hills is a great place for dog owners. The town boasts of a huge dog park where one can see all kinds of small and large dogs running and plating in the mornings and evenings.
For the lovers of golf, there are four high-class golf courses near Fountain Hills. There is a park called We-Co-Pa for fun and recreation of the whole family. Perfect to try your hand at frisbee golf.
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