Payson Arizona Travel
Payson, Arizona vacation rental is located in the heart of the state, surrounded by the beauty of the Tonto National Forest. Scenic driving and outdoor recreation abound, while the surrounding Toto National Forest encompasses rugged, spectacularly beautiful land, from saaguaro and cacti - from desert to pine - to wooded mountains on the Mogollon Rim. If you're looking for one of Arizona's most scenic vacation destinations, this is the place to be.
There is easy walking, cycling, fishing, camping, mountain biking and hiking trails, as well as a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities.
Tonto Creek is within walking distance and you can easily walk the various trails through the forest throughout the property. The stream also offers a variety of hiking, fishing, camping, mountain biking and camping opportunities.
If you're lucky enough to call Payson at home, the views of Mogollon Rock are sure to take your breath away. Go to this part of Arizona and your journey will be unforgettable. If we continue to offer destinations that make our state wonderful, take the right precautions and add them to your bucket list at a later date.
Check out your road trip to get an idea of what route you are taking and how long it takes to get from destination to destination. If you drive south back to Phoenix, you can turn around and return north to Payson if you want to do it all over again.
An easy northwest route from Phoenix takes you into the wooded mountains of the Verde Valley, where a line of Ponderosa pines line the New Mexico border with picturesque communities and Ponderosas and pines. The road leads comfortably into the wine country, and if you want an overnight stay, visit the wineries along the Verdes Valley Wine Trail. In Payson you can relax with the shiny gold aspens and the picturesque view from the top of the mountain.
Travelers looking for a dog-friendly place to eat in Payson can visit the Beeline Cafe and Diner, one of the best dog-friendly restaurants in the area. Since 1962 he has been fishing for burgers and satisfying his appetite by the roadside with delicious burgers, hot dogs, fries and other treats.
Overlooking Green Valley Park and the town of Payson, this property offers direct access to all local activities, including hiking, biking, skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. The area also offers opportunities for visitors to hike, ride, toboggan and cross-country skiing in winter. But if you want to try a different kind of adventure, why not explore the woods and dirt roads in P Grayson and take a quad ride?
This scenic adventure begins with a drive from the town of Payson, which leads over 4,000 feet in Rim Country to the summit of the Grand Canyon, the highest point in the USA.
To reach this beautiful viewpoint, follow Highway 260 east from Payson, turn left onto Forest Road 300, then right and follow it for 1.5 miles before heading north to Mogollon Rim. There is a railway tunnel (path 390) that leads to a large excavation hole where a few hundred years ago tracks were supposed to be laid for the railway, where the tracks are still lying in a cave - like a building. The tunnel, however, remains up to date, and intrepid hikers can explore the cavernous structures and enjoy fantastic views of the Ogden rim along the way. From P Grayson, Arizona, drive 1 mile north from a beeline for a magnificent view of Grand Canyon National Park, about 1,500 feet above sea level.
Guests looking for a magnificent view of the red rock can find it here at the Hotel Sedona, and it offers 360 degree views. The Grand Canyon Hotel and Spa, a luxury resort with private pool, spa and fitness center, is centrally located near the main attraction, just blocks from the hotel.
We spent the day exploring the Tonto National Forest and becoming one with nature as we walked the 1,000 mile Payson Trail, a 1.5 mile trail that runs through the heart of Payson. Take in the wind as you drive past the Grand Canyon and enjoy some of the most beautiful views of Sedona and its surroundings. Whether mountain biking is one of the many exciting festivals or you are getting into the spirit, count on us to make your time in Sedona as enjoyable as possible.
With the lovely mild weather in Payson, you can stroll through the streets of historic downtown or take a leisurely stroll to see if your children find fossils that document the historical significance of your trip. In Rumsey and Green Valley Parks, we can join the cabin in some of Sedona's most popular outdoor activities, such as hiking, biking and camping. In fine, mild weather, we enjoyed a day in Green Valley Park, which is just a few blocks from our cabin on the outskirts of town.