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Golden Eagle Park

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Features

  1. Basketball Court
  2. Pavilion
  3. Picnic Areas
  4. Playground
  5. Restrooms
  6. Tennis Court
  7. Volleyball
Park Description
Golden Eagle Park is a 25-acre active recreation area adjacent to the Fountain Hills High School. The park hosts numerous activities and leagues throughout the year, including Little League, adult softball, senior softball, high school athletics, and drop-in sports such as basketball, volleyball and tennis. The park includes:
  • 1 small picnic Ramada and 1 large picnic Ramada with barbecues
  • 1 medium size Ramada
  • 2 age appropriate children's playgrounds, 2-5 and 5-12 year olds
  • 2 lighted basketball courts
  • 2 lighted sand volleyball courts
  • 4 lighted multipurpose ball fields
  • 4 lighted tennis courts
  • A horseshoe pit
  • Restroom Building
  • Shaded picnic area adjacent to the sand volleyball courts
Golden Eagle Park was developed in 5 phases utilizing Town funding and grants and was completed in December 1998. The 25 acre parcel was donated to the Town by MCO Properties shortly after incorporation and became the Town’s first municipal park. The Town received nearly $1.4 million in grants from Arizona State Parks Heritage Fund to develop the park. Golden Eagle Park was recognized by the Arizona Parks and Recreation Association with the Outstanding Facility Award for a community under 60,000 in 1999.

Standard Park Rules
  • Park Hours: 6 a.m. - 11 p.m
  • No alcoholic beverages without a permit
  • No pets without a leash; owners must clean up after pets
  • No vehicles or golfing on turf areas
  • No open fires or overnight camping
  • Do not destroy plants, grass, trees or equipment
  • Vehicles left in park after 11 p.m. will be towed
  • No glass containers
  • No drones
  • No unauthorized vendors
  • Specific facilities may be reserved by obtaining a permit from the Community Services Department at Town Hall 480.816.5100
  • Violators of the law and park rules will be prosecuted