|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
This wonderful updated cabin in the pines has all the comforts of home, and the quaint feel of a rural getaway! The home is surrounded by pine trees that can be enjoyed from a large front deck or the enclosed sleeping porch. The home is convenient to many wonderful hikes and sight seeing opportunities of the Mongollon Rim. It is also only 75 miles from beautiful Sedona red rock scenery.
ATV opportunities are plentiful in the summer months and the community itself is very friendly to ATV's. You can also enjoy a fire in the fire pit (if weather/burn conditions allow).
Snow and winter activities are also easily accessible in the winter months and will allow the Phoenix visitors to enjoy a bit of the white powder.
Tonto Natural Bridge
Tonto Natural Bridge is an impressive stone formation located just north of Payson, Arizona. The entrance to the park is about 10 miles north of Payson along highway 87. There are two paths down. The bridge itself is an amazing site with a stream passing underneath and waterfalls pouring from above. The park also features other hiking trails, picnic areas, and a gift shop.
Fossil Creek and Fossil Springs are little-known wonders of the 'rim country' of central Arizona. As this scenic canyon approaches the base of the Mogollon Rim, it suddenly transforms from a rather typical high desert canyon to an amazing water wonderland. Directions: Turn left on Fossil Creek Road (FR708) at Strawberry Lodge in the town of Strawberry. Go 4 miles west on a dirt road. Turn right and progress .5 miles to the trailhead parking lot.
Tucked just beneath Arizona's Backbone, the famed Mogollon Rim, the Pine-Strawberry Museum in Pine, Arizona, was opened in 1979 for the purpose of displaying artifacts relative to the prehistory and history of Pine and its twin among the pines, Strawberry. Located on rout 87 near Payson. Call 928-476-3547 for more information.
Railroad Tunnel Trail TR390
Directions: Go north through Whispering pines past the first fork in the road (keep going straight) until you come to the next road that turns right on FR 32 (see sign to Washington Park). Drive about 5 miles on gravel road to Washington Park trailhead parking lot. Once on the trail, watch for small sign on the trail that goes to the right up a steeper climb to the railroad tunnel. After resting at the tunnel, you can continue your hike to the top of the rim (trail continues to the left of the tunnel). At the top of the rim across the rim road you will see a historical marker that describes the battle of 'Big Dry Wash' where 16 to 27 warriors were killed. If you follow the road 1 mile further north you come to 'General Springs Cabin' which was build in 1918 and used for many years as a fire guard station. A nearby spring was named after General George Crook who used the spring while traveling the old Fort Apache Camp Verde military road. This cabin has been preserved for historical significance. The total hike from the parking lot at Washington Park trailhead up to the Railroad tunnel and on to General Springs Cabin and back is about 3 hours. Take plenty of water to drink and wear good hiking shoes.
Cinch Hook Sno-Park
(Also know as the 'gravel pit') is the premier family fun place to sled or go tubing. Inflatables or light-weight plastic sleds are the only devices permitted. No snow boards, skis, wood or metal sledding devices are allowed. Open seven days per week from sunrise to sunset. Portable toilets and a trash dumpster is provided. The park is located just 7.3 miles north of Strawberry on the south side of the road.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable Damage Deposit||C$341.62|
We ask that tenants do have respect for our property and leave it visibly clean. Please leave garbage in the garage in the garbage cans with lids.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.