The Merritt Center and Lodge

Address: 121 Haught Road, Payson, Arizona, 85547, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 121 Haught Road, Payson, is near Tonto Natural Bridge State Park and Rim Country Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Payson

Gnarly Roads

A travel blog entry by hamlin-hart on Apr 08, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... you bikers reading this, today's travel from Silver City, AZ to Payson, AZ is something you need to put on your list to ride. You won't be disappointed. After yesterday and todays roads we are determined to find the gnarliest roads on the way to Hoover Dam. So far, this has been successful. In case you are wondering, after the check point yesterday, Uncle Rod was on his best behavior today.... we shall see tomorrow, it is a new ...

Site... I don't remember now

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 29, 2012

2 comments, 14 photos

... the Host Lady, so I expect much the same tonight. Perhaps it will be grandma’s quilt time. Semper paratus, as Joey might say.

I’ll spend Saturday night here and then move on to the Rim Road and see what I can find that is open, campground-wise.

Day Two

It was warmer last night than I had expected, getting down to only forty-one degrees. I again ran the furnace a bit on ...

Tonto Natural Bridge

A travel blog entry by pmf1153 on Apr 13, 2010

12 photos

... here was the Tonto Natural Bridge, which is believed to be the largest natural travertine bridge in the world. We did three short hikes to view the bridge and nearby falls.

A scenic one-night stop on our way to our next main ...

Trip back in time

A travel blog entry by duran2dej on May 10, 2008

... a short distance. You will definitely want to bring your hiking pole to keep your footing. Steady yourself with the one pole and use the other hand to grab onto anything you can. The ruin will be located on a huge cliff to your right, appearing out of nowhere. Even though I've been there sereral times I still have trouble finding it. It can't be seen until you get real close to it. ...


A travel blog entry by berryfamily on Jun 22, 2007

Another slow starting day but we got motivated to go fishing at one of the many mountain lakes around Payson. Payson was founded in the late 1880's as a logging town and with all the huge trees, we could easily see why. We had a great day fishing but we only caught rocks and didnt get one bite. But like they's not about the fish you catch, it's about the people you catch them ...

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