The Pine Victorian Inn

Address: 106 E Bonita St 30, Payson, Arizona, 85541, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 106 E Bonita St 30, Payson, is near Tonto Natural Bridge State Park and Rim Country Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Payson

And so it begins once again

A travel blog entry by skyedreamer on Oct 12, 2013

15 photos

... that I go back to my roots once again. Do my photography and my film work on a level that I've been dreaming of for years.

I am just waiting on a check, get the last bit of supplies I need, and then it'll be nothing but open highways ahead of me. So close to it... I can almost feel the wind on my face, smell the asphalt, and taste freedom that's just at my feet.

- Jen
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Site... I don't remember now

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 29, 2012

2 comments, 14 photos

... Can’t miss that. Dinner consisted of a ribeye steak that I finally found lurking in the freezer and a baked potato, both cooked on the grill. A fresh green salad complemented them well.


The sunset was good, considering the fact that we’re surrounded by tall trees. I think that I got a few decent shots. It’s cooled down to fifty degrees now at about eight-thirty. It got down to thirty degrees last ...

Water Wheel Falls

A travel blog entry by jamiehines on Jun 26, 2008

35 photos

Water Wheel falls and campground is located just outside of Payson, AZ on the banks of the East Verde River. An easy to moderate walk along the river which leads you to the magical 40-foot tiered falls. The falls empty into sparkling clear plunge pools of water. Along the walk to the main falls you will encounter many stop off locations where you can relax, have a picnic, swim, or just enjoy the rustling of the water. During the ...

North Rim, Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by joanandjoe on Jun 10, 2008

... The drop-off was steep and there are no guardrails. You have to watch for free ranging cattle along the roads, deer and falling rocks. The view of the Grand Canyon from the North Rim is no less breathtaking than the South Rim, but it is different. I'm not even going to try to find the words to describe the beauty. I can't. There was a stiff breeze with gusts up to 35 - 40 mph. Made for a few anxious moments while ...

North to Payson

A travel blog entry by berryfamily on Jun 21, 2007

We left feeling like we missed a few spot in southern AZ. Especially seeing the copper mines of Bisbee. But Joanne's father has a couple days off of work and he wanted us to visit Joanne's sister Karen and husband Doug in Payson for a couple of days. so we headed north after a leisurely morning arriving in Payson in the late afternoon. We drove right by Phoenix and missed the traffic before heading into the mountains. Payson sits at 5000 feet ...