Verde River Rock House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 602 West Eleanor Drive, Payson, Arizona, 85541, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 602 West Eleanor Drive, Payson, is near Tonto Natural Bridge State Park and Rim Country Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Payson

        Payson to Phoenix

        A travel blog entry by ashbysontour on Aug 18, 2013

        3 photos

        ... and church. We all had a go in the shooting alley (laser guns for safety reasons) and took the mine tour, which was very interesting. It was very hot at 44 degrees so we didn't stay any longer. We began our journey to Phoeninx which took us along Bushy Highway past Saguaro Lake recreation area so we stopped to check it out. We could hire a powerboat for $90 per hour or take a boat tour. We could only swim in the lake if we had a pass but we had to drive 20 mins to ...

        Jurassic Trees

        A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Jun 17, 2012

        27 photos

        ... with bagels and cream cheese. We ate fast, cleaned the dishes, washed our faces and then crawled in the tent. We didn’t put the rain fly on, so we slept underneath the beautiful trees and stars again.


        The next morning we got up had tea and coffee, packed up the tent and headed towards Flagstaff with two short pit stops at Montezuma Castle National Monument, and Montezuma Well. When we arrived at the castle it was 11am and it was ...

        Taking Another Step Back in Time

        A travel blog entry by ambs55 on May 27, 2010

        15 photos

        After leaving Grand Canyon, we embarked on a three day local history lesson. The lesson began at Sunset Crater, a volcano that exploded only 1000 years ago and drove a lot of the migration that led to the various Indian cliff dwellings dotted around the area. After spending a night in Flagstaff, we observed some of these dwellings at Montezuma Well and Montezuma Castle. These two misnomers were bestowed upon the Sinagua ruins by ...

        Water Wheel Falls

        A travel blog entry by jamiehines on Jun 26, 2008

        1 comment, 35 photos

        ... on the weekends the campgrounds, and the falls fill up fast as this is a popular location. I arrived early on Friday morning as to avoid the crowds, and to hopefully get the kinds of photos I was looking to shoot. I have always been fascinated with water. Growing up in San Diego, my family often visited the ocean. As a photographer being in nature and enjoying all the aspects it has to offer inspires me. I often travel and hike alone ...

        Happy Jack Wilderness Camping

        A travel blog entry by jamiehines on Jun 15, 2008

        30 photos

        ... distance there were 3-4 elk and one good sized buck. I jumped out of the truck loaded with my Canon 40D with my 70-200mm F.28 Lens with my 2X on it. So that was like shooting 225mm - 640mm. After waiting for them to come into my sights I got two good shots. The first one was okay, but then as the buck stopped to look back at us I got the shot through the trees. After that experience we did not see any other wildlife. We ...