- Our list of the best things to do in Fountain Hills, Arizona, features the top 238 nearby activities — including 97 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Fountain Hills, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sports & Fitness, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 21 things to do within the city of Fountain Hills, AZ , followed by 217 popular activities in nearby cities, including Mesa, Tempe, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Cave Creek, Apache Junction, Gilbert, Chandler, Carefree, Glendale and Queen Creek
UltraStar Cinemas is a movie theater that has amenities including 3D capability, D-Box seats, assistive listening devices, and a party area. The area can be rented for private birthday parties or meetings.
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7555 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85256 MoreLess Info
Home to Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies, Salt River Fields can welcome up to 13,000 spectators. In here there are also 2 soccer fields, 1 manmade lake, and a kid's zone.
Bordering the Tonto National Forest, Usery Mountain Regional Park is a large public park teeming with desert wildlife. The stunning Wind Cave Trail cultimates in the Wind Cave, a natural feature formed by dripping water over thousands of years.
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2017 North Greenfield Roaad, Mesa, AZ 85215 MoreLess Info
Locate in Mesa, Arizona, the Commemorative Air Force Museum is dedicated to preserving the state's military legacy. Its holdings include photographs, authentic vintage uniforms, film reels, archived news clippings, weapons, ammunition and restored military vehicles.
From the longest tees, Painted Mountain Golf Club is a 6,021-yard course with 17 sand bunkers and 16 water hazards. In addition to the 18-hole golf course, visitors can eat steak in the restaurant and enjoy the karaoke bar.
Founded with adventurous tourists in mind, Desert Belle Cruises offers a unique way to explore Saguaro Lake. The double-decker tour boats have open sides and are very stable in the water, minimizing the risk of sea-sickness.
Covering 150 acres, Pinnacle Peak Park is visited annually by more than 200,000 people. It is very popular among wildlife watchers, with many species being spotted, including in here coyotes, bobcats, various species of snakes, mule deer, and others.