When Downtown Phoenix developers converted what used to be Patriot's Park into a mixed use commercial development called CityScape, they included retail stores that sell clothing, food and pharmacy items, entertainment venues like Lucky Strike, restaurants and office space. To assure that there was still a place fora little urban relaxation, a central area with grass, trees and a water feature were included.
There is no admission charge to enjoy the fountain, so if you and the kids happen to be downtown at the game or having a burger and you have your swimsuits with you, it's there! Here is a map with directions to CityScape. It is also accessible by METRO Light Rail.
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These water play areas may be closed during certain times of the year or for maintenance. For hours of operation, visit the referenced website.
Page 1: Intro: Splash Pads, Spray Parks, Pop Jet Fountains
Page 2: Phoenix: City of Phoenix Spray Pads and Splash Pads
Page 3: Phoenix: CityScape Fountain
Page 4: Phoenix: Phoenix Zoo Sprayground and Yakulla Caverns
Page 5: Phoenix: Enchanted Island Splash Zone
Page 6: Tempe: City of Tempe Splash Parks
Page 7: Glendale: City of Glendale Aquatic Playground
Page 8: Chandler: City of Chandler Spray Pads
Page 9: Peoria: City of Peoria Splash Parks
Page 10: Scottsdale: City of Scottsdale Splash Parks
Page 11: Scottsdale: Scottsdale Quarter Fountain
Page 12: Surprise: City of Surprise Spray Pad / Splash Park
Page 13: Goodyear: City of Goodyear Splash Pad
Page 14: El Mirage: City of El Mirage Splash Plaza
Page 15: Gilbert: Water Tower Plaza
Page 16: More Shopping Malls With Wet Play Areas - Gilbert, Glendale, Phoenix, Scottsdale