Fountain Park

Park Description

Fountain ParkFountain Park is a 64-acre passive recreation area and anchor to the town center. Built in 1970, the park includes:

  • 35-acres of turf
  • 29-acre 100 million gallon effluent lake
  • The world famous fountain
  • A dam
  • Pump station
  • An 18-hole championship disc golf course
  • Children's playground
  • Restrooms
  • Chilled drinking fountain
  • Various picnic tables and benches
  • Two parking lots

The Town acquired the park May 1, 1997, from MCO Properties, Inc. Approximately nine months later the Parks and Recreation Commission developed a new Park Master Plan.

The plan includes:

  • Rotary Splash Park7,200 linear feet of walkways complete with lighting
  • Five picnic Ramadas complete with tables and barbecues
  • Two restroom/control buildings
  • Two parking lots
  • Children's playground and tot lot with water feature and shade structure
  • 18 hole disc golf course
  • Outdoor amphitheater
  • Interpretive signage

Rules and Regulations

In addition to the standard park rules, there is no swimming, fishing or boating in Fountain Park Lake because the Town uses reclaimed water in Fountain Park.  Click here for the splash pad rules and regulations.

Fountain Hours of Operation

Seven days a week, on the hour for 15 minutes from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  On windy days, the fountain may not be operating. If the wind reaches 10 MPH, the Fountain automatically turns itself off.

Sprinklers at Fountain Park have been adjusted to run between 11PM and 5AM to accommodate early morning walkers.

Park Location


12925 N. Saguaro Blvd., Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

Fountain Park Layout

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