CopperWynd Resort and Club
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- Adult pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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TripAdvisor Reviews CopperWynd Resort and Club Fountain Hills
Travel Blogs from Fountain Hills
... a really nice pool area with a slide, which the boys really enjoyed. Having cooled off in the pool we then went off to buy the rafting supplies. It's amazing how fast you can spend money..... We did not buy the cheaper range, but still spent an impressive amount of money!! Mark also got his first base glove (birthday present) and is very pleased with it!! The shopping took the rest of the afternoon, then we returned to the resort and cooked dinner in our ...
... the route. We saw lots of blue sky today, which was a nice change. We drove along the Markagunt plateau, through the Coral Pine Sand Dunes, which was up around 9600 feet and 6100 feet. We drove across the Arizona border and noticed the scenery change. Lots of open spaces and more desert-like, especially around Fredonia. At Jacob’s Lake, we turned south on Hwy 89, and were still around 8100 feet. We ...
... May 8th, so it's now Sat., May 9th, and this is our last day in the Phoenix area. Dan took another R&R day (too much stress yesterday with the snow and all!), but I managed to find things to do. Spent a good part of the day at the Musical Instrument Museum -- a truly amazing place. It has more than 15,000 musical instruments from all ages, all countries, and all genres. And the most interesting part is they give you ...
... city is in Texas and ½ in Arkansas. The weather was sunny but not very warm so we decided to keep driving west along the northern border of Texas to the small town of De Kalb. From there we headed north again to hit Oklahoma since this was the last state on the continental US that we had not traveled in. The 2 lane road was straight as an arrow through grasslands with small towns interspersed every several miles. We called it a day at sunset after putting ...
... maybe we should reroute and head to Phoenix first. We asked the camp host if he could recommend a route other than the interstate and he said he actually prefers taking the highway through the mountains instead of the interstate. We were glad we asked because it turned out to be a beautiful drive through a couple of national forests including Tonto National Forest. Even though the roads were through the mountains they were ...