In this paper, a wideband continuous pure right hand circularly polarized (RHCP), high gain, and low-radar cross-section (RCS) array antenna is proposed. A linear-to-circularly polarization conversion (LCPC) Metasurface (MS) is employed as the superstrate of the Fabry–Pérot (FP) resonator antenna, consisting of two oblique slits etched patches located at top and bottom, respectively, and a metal ring with corner-cutting patch inside, that ensure a wideband transmission and reflection LCPC frequencies ranging from 9 to 22 GHz, and 7–13.5 GHz, respectively. While, a pure RHCP LCPC frequency band of 9–12 GHz is produced by adopt the proposed MS that is benefit from the design of etched oblique slits and corner-cutting patch surrounded by the metal ring, where the magnitude and phase difference can be kept in the variation of ±3 dB and 10°, respectively. Then, a rectangle patch-fed MS FP antenna is designed by an arrangement of 5 × 5 MS unit cells. Following this, the sequence rotated technique is utilized to arrange the array antenna by 2 × 2 units, ensuring a wide band RCS frequency band. The proposed array antenna is fabricated and measured, which indicated the correctness of this design for performance of high gain, low RCS, and wideband pure RHCP. Compared with recent reported MS-based FP works, a wideband LCPC frequencies purity is obtained, and a good radiation and scattering performance is obtained in the design.