The Pine-Strawberry Museum showcases prehistoric artifacts found in the area of Pine and Strawberry valleys left by the regions early residents. The museum also displays artifacts brought & used by Pine’s earliest settlers.
The Pine-Strawberry Museum in Pine, Arizona, was opened in 1979 for the purpose of displaying artifacts related to the prehistory and history of Pine and its twin among the pines, Strawberry. All around us, the Mogollon Rim is a wilderness of ethereal beauty, carved majestically into unmatched…
“Payson Sawmill Theatre has 6 screens. Locally owned movie theater for new releases on the big screen, with options for private screenings. It is built on the land where our old sawmill stood for 40 years. The wood beams are from the old sawmill and it is home to the old whistle that would blow at the beginning and end of each shift and at the noon lunch hour. ”
“Located on North Tonto Creek Road, the fish hatchery is free to visit and the kids can even feed the baby fish during their visit! Find Rainbow, Brown and Cut-Throat Trout which are all local favorites.”
“This is a quaint little mountain brewery with good lunch and dinner options. NOTE: They are closed Wednesday and Thursday.”
“Beautiful place to have a picnic or enjoy an easy hike with waterfalls and swimming holes. Hiking during monsoon season: it is recommended to stay away from any streams or rivers due to the severity of water flow that happens prior and during the storm.”