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Mogollon Rim is an escarpment that is part of the Colorado Plateau, extending more than 200 miles throughout Arizona between Yavapai County and the state’s border with New Mexico. Its name is a reference to Spanish Governor of New Mexico Don Juan Ignacio Flores Mogollón, who served from 1712 to 1715. It is perhaps best known as the site of author Zane Grey’s famed hunting cabin, which was destroyed by fire in 1990. The rim showcases high sandstone and limestone cliff formations such as the Kaibab and Coconino cliffs and is home to beautiful canyons such as Fossil Creek and Pine Canyons. Expansive Ponderosa pine forests are showcased throughout the rim’s slopes and plateaus, with hiking and horseback trails meandering through forested regions. Fishing and back country skiing opportunities are also available.
Mogollon Rim Viewpoint
Mogollon Rim is an escarpment that is part of the Colorado Plateau, extending more than 200 miles throughout Arizona between Yavapai County and the state’s border with New Mexico. Its name is a reference to Spanish Governor of New Mexico Don Juan Ignacio Flores Mogollón, who served from 1712 to 1715. It is perhaps best known as the site of author Zane Grey’s famed hunting cabin, which was destroyed by fire in 1990. The rim showcases high sandstone and limestone cliff formations such as the Kaibab and Coconino cliffs and is home to beautiful canyons such as Fossil Creek and Pine Canyons. Expansive Ponderosa pine forests are showcased throughout the rim’s slopes and plateaus, with hiking and horseback trails meandering through forested regions. Fishing and back country skiing opportunities are also available.
Tonto Natural Bridge State Park showcases the world’s largest natural travertine bridge, which spans the length of a 400-foot tunnel and reaches 150 feet wide by 183 feet high. The natural bridge was originally discovered in 1877 by pioneer David Gowan, who constructed a lodge that housed members of his family until 1948 and is preserved on the National Register of Historic Places today. A variety of trails are offered throughout the park surrounding the bridge, including the 0.5-mile Pine Creek and Gowan Trails and the Waterfall Trail, which showcases a waterfall cave at its end. Picnic tables and a recreation area are also offered, along with a gift shop for visitors.
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Tonto Natural Bridge State Park
Highway 87
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Tonto Natural Bridge State Park showcases the world’s largest natural travertine bridge, which spans the length of a 400-foot tunnel and reaches 150 feet wide by 183 feet high. The natural bridge was originally discovered in 1877 by pioneer David Gowan, who constructed a lodge that housed members of his family until 1948 and is preserved on the National Register of Historic Places today. A variety of trails are offered throughout the park surrounding the bridge, including the 0.5-mile Pine Creek and Gowan Trails and the Waterfall Trail, which showcases a waterfall cave at its end. Picnic tables and a recreation area are also offered, along with a gift shop for visitors.
Just miles from your mountain retreat! Ellison Creek Waterfall is a waterfall and swimming hole that is located between Payson and the Mogollon Rim, accessible via a moderate one-mile hike from a parking lot off Houston Mesa Road. A dirt road to the waterfall traverses areas of dense foliage and slate formations, traveling alongside a river for half its duration. At its terminus, it provides access to a waterfall at an elevation of 3,650 feet that serves as a popular local swimming hole at its base. Dogs are permitted on the trail and at the waterfall on leashes, and restroom facilities are provided at the trailhead. Visitors should note that the waterfall can site be very busy on summer weekends and are advised to wear slip-proof shoes for safety navigating the area near the waterfall. Ellison Creek, Arizona 85541
Ellison Creek
Just miles from your mountain retreat! Ellison Creek Waterfall is a waterfall and swimming hole that is located between Payson and the Mogollon Rim, accessible via a moderate one-mile hike from a parking lot off Houston Mesa Road. A dirt road to the waterfall traverses areas of dense foliage and slate formations, traveling alongside a river for half its duration. At its terminus, it provides access to a waterfall at an elevation of 3,650 feet that serves as a popular local swimming hole at its base. Dogs are permitted on the trail and at the waterfall on leashes, and restroom facilities are provided at the trailhead. Visitors should note that the waterfall can site be very busy on summer weekends and are advised to wear slip-proof shoes for safety navigating the area near the waterfall. Ellison Creek, Arizona 85541
Established in 1940, the Mazatzal Wilderness area encompasses more than 252,000 acres of the Coconino National Forest and the Tonto National Forest. The name of the wilderness area is pronounced as "Mah-zaht-zahl,” which means “land of the deer,” and comes from one of Mexico’s old Indian cultures. Within the Mazatzal Wilderness are around forty scenic trails for hiking across both of the national forests. Along these trails, hikers may spot a variety of wildlife and find abundant opportunities for great photography. The wilderness area’s easter side primarily consists of pine or brush-covered mountains with the occasional vertical-walled, narrow canyon. 1009 E. Highway 260, Payson, AZ 85541, 928-474-7900
Mazatzal Wilderness
Established in 1940, the Mazatzal Wilderness area encompasses more than 252,000 acres of the Coconino National Forest and the Tonto National Forest. The name of the wilderness area is pronounced as "Mah-zaht-zahl,” which means “land of the deer,” and comes from one of Mexico’s old Indian cultures. Within the Mazatzal Wilderness are around forty scenic trails for hiking across both of the national forests. Along these trails, hikers may spot a variety of wildlife and find abundant opportunities for great photography. The wilderness area’s easter side primarily consists of pine or brush-covered mountains with the occasional vertical-walled, narrow canyon. 1009 E. Highway 260, Payson, AZ 85541, 928-474-7900

Historical

Rim Country Museum is a historical museum that is owned by the Northern Gila County Historical Society, operated in conjunction with the Arizona Historical Society. The museum is open Wednesdays through Sundays and showcases a variety of exhibits, including an exhibit on famed author Zane Grey, who depicted the region’s Old West history in his novels. Exhibits detail the region’s Apache indigenous and pioneer history, along with its participation in the late 19th-century gold rush and mining boom in Arizona. Other exhibits include a reconstructed sawmill and blacksmith shop and a display on the Payson Rodeo, considered to be the oldest continuous rodeo in the world. Guided tours are available for groups of 10 or more. 700 S Green Valley Pkwy, Payson, AZ 85541, Phone: 928-474-3483
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Rim Country Museum and Zane Grey Cabin
700 S Green Valley Pkwy
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Rim Country Museum is a historical museum that is owned by the Northern Gila County Historical Society, operated in conjunction with the Arizona Historical Society. The museum is open Wednesdays through Sundays and showcases a variety of exhibits, including an exhibit on famed author Zane Grey, who depicted the region’s Old West history in his novels. Exhibits detail the region’s Apache indigenous and pioneer history, along with its participation in the late 19th-century gold rush and mining boom in Arizona. Other exhibits include a reconstructed sawmill and blacksmith shop and a display on the Payson Rodeo, considered to be the oldest continuous rodeo in the world. Guided tours are available for groups of 10 or more. 700 S Green Valley Pkwy, Payson, AZ 85541, Phone: 928-474-3483

Outdoorsy

Tonto Creek Fish Hatchery is located within the Tonto National Forest and is operated by the United States Forest Service’s Hatchery Program. The hatchery was constructed in 1937 and is located at an elevation of more than 6,500 feet, featuring residential and commercial structures for daily fishing operations that produce more than 15% of the state’s trout stock. Visitors to the hatchery can learn about the facility’s fish catches and production, which focuses on rainbow, brook, cutthroat, and Apache trout varieties. Wildlife and bird watching are also popular activities at the site, and several campgrounds and fishing spots are offered near the facility throughout the national forest. 3898 N Tonto Creek Rd # 1, Payson, AZ 85541, Phone: 928-478-4200
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Tonto Fish Hatchery
3898 N Tonto Creek Rd
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Tonto Creek Fish Hatchery is located within the Tonto National Forest and is operated by the United States Forest Service’s Hatchery Program. The hatchery was constructed in 1937 and is located at an elevation of more than 6,500 feet, featuring residential and commercial structures for daily fishing operations that produce more than 15% of the state’s trout stock. Visitors to the hatchery can learn about the facility’s fish catches and production, which focuses on rainbow, brook, cutthroat, and Apache trout varieties. Wildlife and bird watching are also popular activities at the site, and several campgrounds and fishing spots are offered near the facility throughout the national forest. 3898 N Tonto Creek Rd # 1, Payson, AZ 85541, Phone: 928-478-4200
Green Valley Park was dedicated in October of 1997 and spans more than 30 acres throughout the Payson region, including three lakes that cover 13 acres of water surface and 17 acres of day-use public land. The park has won awards for its cooperative water reclamation efforts, which reuses wastewater for park landscaping irrigation and civic reuse. It is a partner facility with Arizona’s Urban Fishing Program, an initiative of the state’s Game and Fish Department, which strives to stock urban fishing areas to provide an alternative for remote and resort fishing spots. The park is also a popular spot for boating, picnicking, and jogging, with nearly four miles of trails offered throughout the facility. 1000 W Country Club Dr, Payson, AZ 85541, Phone: 928-474-5242
Green Valley Park
2243 South 14th Street
Green Valley Park was dedicated in October of 1997 and spans more than 30 acres throughout the Payson region, including three lakes that cover 13 acres of water surface and 17 acres of day-use public land. The park has won awards for its cooperative water reclamation efforts, which reuses wastewater for park landscaping irrigation and civic reuse. It is a partner facility with Arizona’s Urban Fishing Program, an initiative of the state’s Game and Fish Department, which strives to stock urban fishing areas to provide an alternative for remote and resort fishing spots. The park is also a popular spot for boating, picnicking, and jogging, with nearly four miles of trails offered throughout the facility. 1000 W Country Club Dr, Payson, AZ 85541, Phone: 928-474-5242
Rancho Tonto Catch-A-Trout is located on the former homestead property of “Green Valley” Sam Haught, best known as the rescuer of historic MGM mascot Leo the Lion. The property borders beautiful Tonto Creek and is open as a day-use fishing facility for catching rainbow trout. All-inclusive fishing prices offer visitors pole, bait, net, and bucket rental, with free cleaning, packaging, and professional assistance available for all catches. Visitors only pay for fish caught, with no limits on catches and no proof of license required.
Rancho Tonto Catch A Trout
2097 Forest Service Rd
Rancho Tonto Catch-A-Trout is located on the former homestead property of “Green Valley” Sam Haught, best known as the rescuer of historic MGM mascot Leo the Lion. The property borders beautiful Tonto Creek and is open as a day-use fishing facility for catching rainbow trout. All-inclusive fishing prices offer visitors pole, bait, net, and bucket rental, with free cleaning, packaging, and professional assistance available for all catches. Visitors only pay for fish caught, with no limits on catches and no proof of license required.
Just miles from your cabin retreat! Shoofly Indian Ruins are located near Payson atop Houston Mesa and preserve a large living complex formerly occupied by Mogollon indigenous people between 1000 and 1250 A.D. At the height of the complex’s use, it was believed to have contained nearly 80 structures, including a large two-story central building with 26 rooms, and housed a population of as many as 250 people. The ruins were initially discovered in 1940 by archaeologist John Hughes and excavated in the mid-1980s by a team from Arizona State University. Today, the 3.75-acre complex’s ruins are visible to the public via self-guided tours, including the rock foundations of many buildings and the remains of a large stone wall fortification around the complex. 1-5 Houston Mesa Rd, Payson, AZ 85541
Shoofly Indian Ruins
1-5 Houston Mesa Rd
Just miles from your cabin retreat! Shoofly Indian Ruins are located near Payson atop Houston Mesa and preserve a large living complex formerly occupied by Mogollon indigenous people between 1000 and 1250 A.D. At the height of the complex’s use, it was believed to have contained nearly 80 structures, including a large two-story central building with 26 rooms, and housed a population of as many as 250 people. The ruins were initially discovered in 1940 by archaeologist John Hughes and excavated in the mid-1980s by a team from Arizona State University. Today, the 3.75-acre complex’s ruins are visible to the public via self-guided tours, including the rock foundations of many buildings and the remains of a large stone wall fortification around the complex. 1-5 Houston Mesa Rd, Payson, AZ 85541
Kohls Ranch Stable is a great place to experience horseback riding in Arizona for both beginner and experienced riders alike. Along the ride, guests will ride through an ancient forest, see colorful birds of a wide variety, spot deer and elk, cross water, and ride up mountains. Kohls Ranch Stable picks easy trails for riders of all levels to enjoy the natural scenery around them, and all of the horses used for the guided rides are gentle and don’t mind beginner riders. The stable is typically open for trail rides between the months of May and October. 202 W Kohls Lodge Rd, Payson, AZ 85541, 928-478-0030
Kohl's Ranch Stables
288 West Kohl Road
Kohls Ranch Stable is a great place to experience horseback riding in Arizona for both beginner and experienced riders alike. Along the ride, guests will ride through an ancient forest, see colorful birds of a wide variety, spot deer and elk, cross water, and ride up mountains. Kohls Ranch Stable picks easy trails for riders of all levels to enjoy the natural scenery around them, and all of the horses used for the guided rides are gentle and don’t mind beginner riders. The stable is typically open for trail rides between the months of May and October. 202 W Kohls Lodge Rd, Payson, AZ 85541, 928-478-0030
Location & Description. Like its nearby sister-lake, Wood Canyon, Willow Creek is one of the most accessible of the Rim lakes and has a very scenic setting in a heavily forested area on the edge of the Mogollon Rim. The landscape which includes Ponderosa Pine, Oak and Douglas Fir trees is simply gorgeous and at an elevation of about 7,500 feet, visitors can expect very pleasant temperatures in the spring and summer months. It's four season territory with a cool, colorful autumn, and a cold and snowy winter. The lake is located about 23 miles east of Payson, Arizona and 22 miles southwest of Heber off US 260 on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. Trophy size catches have occurred here. Lake Size. The water surface of the lake is 158 acres with an average depth of 60 feet. Fish Variety. Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass. Fishing. Willow Springs Lake is stocked weekly with catchable size Rainbow trout from May through September annually. When fishing from the shore, try nightcrawlers. Trolling for trout is usually productive. Spinner baits and artificial worm rigs work well for bass around underwater structure. In the summer the fish typically move to deeper depths of between 10 to 20 feet. The lake contains crayfish, so using lures that imitate them is a good way to attract bass. A fishing license with a trout stamp is required for anglers over 13 years old. The daily bag limit is six trout and six bass and bass limits are halved for unlicensed anglers 13 and younger. Boating. Boat motors are restricted to electric or 10 hp or less gas motors.
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Willow Springs Lake
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Location & Description. Like its nearby sister-lake, Wood Canyon, Willow Creek is one of the most accessible of the Rim lakes and has a very scenic setting in a heavily forested area on the edge of the Mogollon Rim. The landscape which includes Ponderosa Pine, Oak and Douglas Fir trees is simply gorgeous and at an elevation of about 7,500 feet, visitors can expect very pleasant temperatures in the spring and summer months. It's four season territory with a cool, colorful autumn, and a cold and snowy winter. The lake is located about 23 miles east of Payson, Arizona and 22 miles southwest of Heber off US 260 on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. Trophy size catches have occurred here. Lake Size. The water surface of the lake is 158 acres with an average depth of 60 feet. Fish Variety. Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass. Fishing. Willow Springs Lake is stocked weekly with catchable size Rainbow trout from May through September annually. When fishing from the shore, try nightcrawlers. Trolling for trout is usually productive. Spinner baits and artificial worm rigs work well for bass around underwater structure. In the summer the fish typically move to deeper depths of between 10 to 20 feet. The lake contains crayfish, so using lures that imitate them is a good way to attract bass. A fishing license with a trout stamp is required for anglers over 13 years old. The daily bag limit is six trout and six bass and bass limits are halved for unlicensed anglers 13 and younger. Boating. Boat motors are restricted to electric or 10 hp or less gas motors.
Location & Description. Although a relatively small lake at 55 acres, Woods Canyon Lake is one of the most accessible of the Rim lakes and has a very scenic setting in a heavily forested area on the edge of the Mogollon Rim. The landscape is simply gorgeous and at an elevation of about 7,500 feet, visitors can expect very pleasant temperatures in the spring and summer months. It's four season territory with a cool, colorful autumn and cold and snowy winters. The lake is located about 30 miles east of Payson, Arizona and is very close to its sister-lake, Willow Springs Lake. Small, but mighty, Woods Canyon has produced some trophy size Rainbows and Brown Trout including a 10 pound Brownie caught in 1999. Access is restricted in the winter when roads are closed at the highway due to snow, generally from December to early April. Lake Size. Woods Canyon Lake has a water surface of about 55 acres, an average depth of 25 feet and a maximum depth of about 40 feet. This is a deep canyon style lake. Fish Variety. Rainbow and Brown Trout thrive here and there are some really big ones. The state stocks catchable size trout every week from May through September.
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Woods Canyon Lake
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Location & Description. Although a relatively small lake at 55 acres, Woods Canyon Lake is one of the most accessible of the Rim lakes and has a very scenic setting in a heavily forested area on the edge of the Mogollon Rim. The landscape is simply gorgeous and at an elevation of about 7,500 feet, visitors can expect very pleasant temperatures in the spring and summer months. It's four season territory with a cool, colorful autumn and cold and snowy winters. The lake is located about 30 miles east of Payson, Arizona and is very close to its sister-lake, Willow Springs Lake. Small, but mighty, Woods Canyon has produced some trophy size Rainbows and Brown Trout including a 10 pound Brownie caught in 1999. Access is restricted in the winter when roads are closed at the highway due to snow, generally from December to early April. Lake Size. Woods Canyon Lake has a water surface of about 55 acres, an average depth of 25 feet and a maximum depth of about 40 feet. This is a deep canyon style lake. Fish Variety. Rainbow and Brown Trout thrive here and there are some really big ones. The state stocks catchable size trout every week from May through September.
This River runs through our community! Feel free to explore all that our community has to offer, including the river that is stocked with fish through the summer.
East Verde River
This River runs through our community! Feel free to explore all that our community has to offer, including the river that is stocked with fish through the summer.

Casino

Mazatzal Hotel and Casino is operated by the Tonto Apache Indian Reservation and is located at a height of over 5,000 feet. More than 400 progressive and single reel slot machines are offered at the casino, along with live blackjack and poker tables, video poker games, and weekly bingo tournaments. A players’ club offers exclusive member benefits, including dining and hotel rewards for frequent casino visitors. The resort’s all-suite hotel features spacious, comfortable rooms overlooking the Mazatzal Mountains, with all guests receiving access to amenities such as the hotel’s indoor swimming pool, spa, and fitness center. Two full-service restaurants serve classic American favorites, and $10 daily lunch buffets highlight seafood options. Concerts, comedy shows, and DJ sets are presented periodically at the resort’s lounge. Highway 87, Mile Marker 251, Payson, AZ 85541, Phone: 928-474-6044
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Mazatzal Hotel & Casino
Highway 87, Mile Marker 251
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Mazatzal Hotel and Casino is operated by the Tonto Apache Indian Reservation and is located at a height of over 5,000 feet. More than 400 progressive and single reel slot machines are offered at the casino, along with live blackjack and poker tables, video poker games, and weekly bingo tournaments. A players’ club offers exclusive member benefits, including dining and hotel rewards for frequent casino visitors. The resort’s all-suite hotel features spacious, comfortable rooms overlooking the Mazatzal Mountains, with all guests receiving access to amenities such as the hotel’s indoor swimming pool, spa, and fitness center. Two full-service restaurants serve classic American favorites, and $10 daily lunch buffets highlight seafood options. Concerts, comedy shows, and DJ sets are presented periodically at the resort’s lounge. Highway 87, Mile Marker 251, Payson, AZ 85541, Phone: 928-474-6044

Food scene

Macky's Grill was opened in 1997 by Oregon natives Greg and Cari Day. Following Greg’s death from cancer in 2016, the restaurant remains a family-owned restaurant, operated by the couple’s children and providing Rim Country’s best service in a casual, community-focused environment. The cowboy-themed grill serves a wide variety of American and Southwestern fare, including creative bar appetizers, gourmet hot dogs and burgers, and steak, rib, and seafood entrees. Sandwich platters add cups of the restaurant’s signature Macky’s Famous chili or soup, served with fries, coleslaw, or pasta salad. The restaurant also features an extensive beer and wine menu and offers a weather-permitting dog-friendly patio. 201 W Main St, Payson, AZ 85541, Phone: 928-474-7411
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Macky's Grill
201 W Main St
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Macky's Grill was opened in 1997 by Oregon natives Greg and Cari Day. Following Greg’s death from cancer in 2016, the restaurant remains a family-owned restaurant, operated by the couple’s children and providing Rim Country’s best service in a casual, community-focused environment. The cowboy-themed grill serves a wide variety of American and Southwestern fare, including creative bar appetizers, gourmet hot dogs and burgers, and steak, rib, and seafood entrees. Sandwich platters add cups of the restaurant’s signature Macky’s Famous chili or soup, served with fries, coleslaw, or pasta salad. The restaurant also features an extensive beer and wine menu and offers a weather-permitting dog-friendly patio. 201 W Main St, Payson, AZ 85541, Phone: 928-474-7411
Fargo's Steakhouse is operated by restaurant industry veterans Rick and Jeri Stockman and was opened in 2004 following the owners’ move to Arizona from Tennessee. The steakhouse strives to be a community gathering place destination, offering daily lunch and dinner serve and a seasonal dog-friendly patio. Lunch options include artisanal wraps, sandwiches, and burgers and a variety of creative appetizers, while dinner selections focus on gourmet steak, fish, and seafood entrees. Reservations are available for groups of six or more diners, with call-ahead seating service also offered a maximum of 30 minutes prior to group arrival.
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Fargo's Steakhouse
620 Arizona 260
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Fargo's Steakhouse is operated by restaurant industry veterans Rick and Jeri Stockman and was opened in 2004 following the owners’ move to Arizona from Tennessee. The steakhouse strives to be a community gathering place destination, offering daily lunch and dinner serve and a seasonal dog-friendly patio. Lunch options include artisanal wraps, sandwiches, and burgers and a variety of creative appetizers, while dinner selections focus on gourmet steak, fish, and seafood entrees. Reservations are available for groups of six or more diners, with call-ahead seating service also offered a maximum of 30 minutes prior to group arrival.
Voted in 2019 and 2021 as the “Best Gift Shop in Rim Country,” Sweet Country Charm Fudge and Gifts is a local gift and fudge shop in Payson that welcomes guests with friendly local faces, as well as sweets to satisfy taste buds. The sweet shop was opened by Rebecca Acord, who has been making homemade fudge since 2009. Sweet Country Charm offers more than 150 rotating flavors of fudge, along with a large array of other delicious sweets. Homemade gifts at the shop are made by local artists and customers can also get a cup of fresh roasted coffee. 618 N Beeline Hwy, Payson, AZ 85541, 928-978-0640
Sweet Country Charm Fudge & Gifts
618 North Beeline Highway
Voted in 2019 and 2021 as the “Best Gift Shop in Rim Country,” Sweet Country Charm Fudge and Gifts is a local gift and fudge shop in Payson that welcomes guests with friendly local faces, as well as sweets to satisfy taste buds. The sweet shop was opened by Rebecca Acord, who has been making homemade fudge since 2009. Sweet Country Charm offers more than 150 rotating flavors of fudge, along with a large array of other delicious sweets. Homemade gifts at the shop are made by local artists and customers can also get a cup of fresh roasted coffee. 618 N Beeline Hwy, Payson, AZ 85541, 928-978-0640
The most delicious BBQ in the most adorable spot off main st, close to the local antique shops
Rim Country BBQ
202 West Main Street
The most delicious BBQ in the most adorable spot off main st, close to the local antique shops
Our favorite breakfast spot! It is a quaint local restaurant that really has the old diner feel. Do keep in mind they only take cash.
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Beeline Cafe Payson Az
815 S Beeline Hwy
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Our favorite breakfast spot! It is a quaint local restaurant that really has the old diner feel. Do keep in mind they only take cash.
Lasso - American Scratch Kitchen
1111 South Beeline Highway
Local favorite!
Simple dinner for American classics served amid airplane decor, plus views of the adjacent runway
Crosswinds Restaurant
800 W Airport Rd
Simple dinner for American classics served amid airplane decor, plus views of the adjacent runway
Eclectic eatery providing inventive American fare, breakfast & outdoor patio seating.
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Duza's Kitchen
2243 N 12th St
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Eclectic eatery providing inventive American fare, breakfast & outdoor patio seating.
Chimichanga, burritos & other casual Mexican fare paired with margaritas in a cheery, low-key space.
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La Sierra Mexican Restaurant
800 N Beeline Hwy
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Chimichanga, burritos & other casual Mexican fare paired with margaritas in a cheery, low-key space.
The yummiest pizza!
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Pizza Factory
238 AZ-260
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The yummiest pizza!
Taco Bell
110 Arizona 260
Wendy's
911 South Beeline Highway
McDonald's
101 South Beeline Highway

shopping

When customers walk into Explore the Attic in Payson, Arizona, it could be described as taking a stroll back in time as they experience a bit of history as they explore everything this unique antique shopping destination has to offer. Hidden treasures from days gone by can be found throughout the store, from 1940’s model airplanes to old records to vintage sewing machines. It’s like searching in the attic of an old family home. Each of the dealers at Explore the Attic carry their own unique collections of pieces from different eras, offering something for everyone who loves antiques. 800 E, AZ-260, Payson, AZ 85541, 928-474-2897
Explore the Attic
800 AZ-260
When customers walk into Explore the Attic in Payson, Arizona, it could be described as taking a stroll back in time as they experience a bit of history as they explore everything this unique antique shopping destination has to offer. Hidden treasures from days gone by can be found throughout the store, from 1940’s model airplanes to old records to vintage sewing machines. It’s like searching in the attic of an old family home. Each of the dealers at Explore the Attic carry their own unique collections of pieces from different eras, offering something for everyone who loves antiques. 800 E, AZ-260, Payson, AZ 85541, 928-474-2897
The Payson Candle Factory was Est. in 1979 by Carol and Ron Reed. Carol has turned candle's into a work of art by hand carving all of h
Candle Factory
620 N Beeline Hwy
The Payson Candle Factory was Est. in 1979 by Carol and Ron Reed. Carol has turned candle's into a work of art by hand carving all of h
Antique shopping!
Carpenters Wife Antiques
112 W Wade Ln
Antique shopping!
Antique shopping!
Big Bear Antiques
422 South Beeline Highway
Antique shopping!
Antique Shopping
Western Village
1104 S Beeline Hwy
Antique Shopping
Antique Shopping
Main Street Mercantile
216 W Main St
Antique Shopping
Antique Shopping
Serendipity On Main
503 W Main St
Antique Shopping
Walmart Supercenter
300 North Beeline Highway

Residential

This is the incredible community you will be immersed in during your experience at the Mountain Haven cabin!
Beaver Valley Estates
This is the incredible community you will be immersed in during your experience at the Mountain Haven cabin!