RV Parks in Fountain Hills, Arizona

RV Parks in Fountain Hills, Arizona
Fountain Hills, Arizona, is located between Scottsdale and Payson just off the Beeline Highway (Highway 87). The 560 ft. fountain in Fountain Park gives the town its name; the surrounding desert provides all kinds of opportunity for outdoor recreation. Hike at McDowell Mountain Park, tube the Salt River, fish at Saguaro Lake. Set up in one of the RV parks in Fountain Hills and explore the desert in style.

Eagle View RV Resort

Eagle View RV Resort is an enterprise of the Ft. McDowell Yavapai Nation. A stone's throw from the Ft. McDowell casino, the RV resort offers 150 sites with full hookups, including 20-, 30- and 50-amp electric service. Guests can use the free wireless Internet and watch cable television for a fee. Amenities include a pool and spa, complimentary breakfast, shuttle service to the casino and special rates at the We-Ko-Pa Golf Club.

Eagle View RV Resort
9605 N. Ft. McDowell Road
Ft. McDowell, AZ 85264
(480) 789-5310

Apache Wells RV Resort

Apache Wells RV Resort is a Cal-Am Resorts property located in northern Mesa, 19 miles south of Fountain Hills. The resort offers 318 sites with full hookups (30- and 50-amp electric) for guests aged 55 and up, and provides them with a craft room, a library, tennis courts and a swimming pool and hot tub. There is a pet run on the property.

Apache Wells RV Resort
2656 N. 56th St.
Mesa, AZ 85215
(480) 832-4324

Orangewood Shadows RV Resort

Guests aged 55 and over are welcome to spend a month or more at Orangewood Shadows RV Resort, about 19 miles south of Fountain Hills. The resort features 474 extended-stay sites with full hookups. Onsite recreation facilities include horseshoe pits, shuffleboard and swimming pool. This no-pets property welcomes seasonal and permanent residents.

Orangewood Shadows RV Resorts
3165 E. University
Mesa, AZ 85213
(800) 826-0909

Usery Mountain Regional Park

Usery Mountain Regional Park, next to the Tonto National Forest and 28 miles from Fountain Hills, offers 73 developed sites for campers; each has water and electricity, as well as a picnic table and fire ring. In addition, the Maricopa County park provides hot showers and flush toilets. The park has two group sites with no hookups. It's famous for its archery range, and guests are invited to sign up for star-gazing classes in spring.

Usery Mountain Regional Park
3939 N. Usery Pass Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85207
(480) 984-0032

Article Written By Colleen Morrison

Colleen Morrison has been writing professionally for two decades. She holds an M.A. from the University of Wyoming and a Ph.D. in history from Arizona State University. She ghostwrites articles, blogs and Web content for her clients. Articles under her name appear at M&M, eHow, Golflink and other sites.

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