Christopher Creek Lodge

1355 E. Christoper Creek Loop, Payson, Arizona, 85541, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 1355 E. Christoper Creek Loop, Payson.
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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

    ... point, we went in and out of two national forests, the Gila And Apache National Forests. The terrain just from Silver City to Payson was from flat, to hilly, then rocky, then forest, then back to rolling plains. All was absolutely beautiful. On the ride from Eagar to Payson, Hwy 260, we also rode thru the Sitgreaves National Forest.
    Ok, so things we saw along the Coronado Trail, were loads of signs that read:
    Watch ...

    Jurassic Trees

    A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Jun 17, 2012

    27 photos

    ... outside - ugh. We took the short trail to see the ruins up high in the hillside glad that it was short and some shade. Then we headed back to the interstate, up one exit and then to Montezuma Well. We got out of the car to walk up the short hill to the well and it was 101 outside! Talk about hot, wow. We snapped a couple pictures and rushed back to the car to get out of the hot sun. Then we decided to head up through Sedona which was very neat town ...

    A spectacular day!

    A travel blog entry by johncilmi on Apr 06, 2011

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... and fauna are constantly evolving, so is the sky. So many interesting cloud formations to treat the eyes. The words "big sky" kept coming to mind because you can see so much of it all the time while moving through the landscape.

    At one point, known as Valley of Fires, it looks as though a giant earth mover had dumped huge clumps of broken up asphalt roadway ...

    On The Road, Day Four

    A travel blog entry by matthewd on Sep 22, 2009

    6 photos

    ... till I saw another spur road, 89C I think it was, which became a dirt/gravel mix at that point, as I recall now. Up another half mile maybe to where the road was just dirt, turn left, and within a 1/4 mile there is a camp site ready made for me, with a stone fire circle included. The Forest Service road continues on, but this spot is perfect for me for the night, so in I go. It was early in the day, maybe 2PM, but the ...

    Flyfishing Tonto Creek

    A travel blog entry by vacationguru on May 19, 2008

    3 photos

    ... to wine and dine in the Zane Grey Saloon and Zane Grey Steakhouse, both of which catered to the country boy, western wrangler and gentleman in me ... my wife may have something different to say. I have to admit, also ... for a relatively hidden resort, I was impressed for all the amenities it had. I'd just assume nobody read this, cause I enjoy the serenity there ... and I especially love the deck hot tub/jacuzzis there. Man, next visit i better bring my pole. This is ...