If you're looking for rustic desert beauty and plenty of Native American heritage, look no further than Fountain Hills. Known for its location on the border of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Nation, and Scottsdale, Fountain Hills is an area that's brimming over with history, culture, and art. Named for the large fountain that punctuates the center of the town, Fountain Hills is a popular destination among Indian art aficionados and golfers from around the world. Book your Fountain Hills hotels today and see what this beautiful area has to offer!
Visiting Fountain Hills, Arizona
To get to Fountain Hills, you'll likely land at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. From there, the fastest way to get to your destination is to rent a car at the airport or hail a cab and drive the 26 miles to Fountain Hills. Alternatively, you can get on the bus at nearby Van Buren Street & 5th Street and be in Fountain Hills in no time. Once you're there, you can explore the area by walking from any of the hotels in Fountain Hills. If you love to golf, play a few holes at the world-famous We-Ko-Pa Golf Club. If you'd rather explore the history and architecture of the area, check out the River of Time Museum or take a scenic walk in the McDowell Mountain Regional Park, which borders the city. You can also choose to check out the art at the Fountain Hills Public Art Collection. Because Fountain Hills is a large area, booking Fountain Hills rental cars is one of the best ways to see the city. If you're itching to head into nearby Phoenix, hop in a rental car and drive into the city. Grab some tacos and check out the nightlife in the Biltmore neighborhood, then choose from a selection of Phoenix hotels to stay for the night. The area has tons of attractions to offer, so be prepared to explore.
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