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Cozy 2 BR 1 BA Cabin & Beautiful Pine Tree Views2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, 5 Sleeps Relax with the whole family at this peaceful place in Pine AZ. Escape the rush of the city & the heat, embark on a natural journey and explore wilderness. The cabin has a sleeper sofa, well-equipped kitchen w/ refrigerator, stovetop and washer & dryer. Outdoor fire pit, BBQ grill. Elk are frequently roaming through out this area and are a treat to watch. High speed wireless internet, satellite TV & NFL Sunday ticket to keep you up to date on your favorite team.
Get away to Rim Country in Strawberry / PineEnjoy the beautiful scenery at the Mogollon Rim! The cabin is a great escape from the heat at approximately 6000 feet in elevation this cabin provides a comfortable getaway in the Pine-Strawberry community. If features a large deck where we spend most of our time when we are in town. It is located on the Strawberry side of the community and is walking distance from 4 restaurant/bars.
Strawberry Getaway 3This 2 bedroom, 1 bath cabin is a perfect get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and a great relief from the heat of the Valley. Nestled in the tall pines of Strawberry, Arizona this cabin provides a quiet and relaxing location for a one night stay or a long term visit. There are many hiking trails close by or drive a few miles to the Tonto Natural Bridge. There is an air mattress that could be inflated in living room if needed .Pets must be pre approved by us. There is a $25 pet fee
The diminutive mountain town of Strawberry often gets mashed up with its equally teensy neighbor, Pine, as in Pine-Strawberry. Both towns, located north of Phoenix, earned their monikers honestly, as wild strawberries and towering pines thrive in this tranquil setting on the lip of the Mogollon Rim. They’re located in what’s known as Rim Country, named for its spectacularly steep cliffs — some plunging as much as 2,000 feet to the rim floor — that comprise the Mogollon Rim’s 200-mile expanse, which offers stunning views of the Arizona landscape. The surrounding wilderness is home to hiking and horseback trails as well as cool, sparkling lakes perfect for boating, swimming, and fishing. Strawberry and Pine offer the charms of smalltown life, including antique shops, a lavender farm, and a microbrewery that serves ale brewed with pine cones. How much closer to nature can you get than that?
Fly into Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), which will put you about an hour and 45-minute drive outside Strawberry. There are shuttle services that will take you from the airport to Strawberry for a fee, but your best bet is to grab a rental car for getting around to neighboring towns and nature sites. For a unique way to explore once you arrive, rent an electric bike in Pine and tool around the town and nearby forested trails.
Spring and summer are high season here, especially for visitors seeking relief from hot Arizona days in the cooler mountain environs. The Pine-Strawberry Summer Fest draws June crowds with street vendors selling crafts and food — including, of course, strawberry treats. On holiday weekends (Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day) the Pine-Strawberry Arts and Crafts Guild hosts juried craft fairs, and in fall, vendors bring out their best treasures at the Pine-Strawberry Antique Show, which also features a chili cookoff. Things slow down during winter, when temperatures drop and snow falls, and Strawberry becomes a quiet and cozy retreat.
Like a mirage, this lush oasis is a gloriously unexpected sight within the desert landscape about an hour southwest of Strawberry. Fossil Creek’s most dramatic feature is a roaring waterfall that gushes 20,000 gallons a minute into a network of springs at the bottom of a canyon where visitors can plunge into cool, topaz-colored water. Ringed by greenery, you’ll feel like you’ve stumbled onto an island paradise in landlocked Arizona.
Just 16 minutes’ drive from Strawberry lies what many believe to be the world’s largest natural travertine (limestone) bridge. This picturesque rock formation is 183 feet high and 60 feet thick at points, with a 150-foot-wide, 393-foot-long tunnel underneath. You can access it via a selection of hikes of varying difficulty and from four observation decks. In a hurry? You can see it from the parking lot, too.
Built in 1884, this one-room affair is the oldest standing schoolhouse in Arizona. Made of pine timber and heated with a wood stove, this little school was a tad fancier than others built during the same time. It was appointed with wainscoting, wallpaper, and an organ. Restored and maintained by the Pine-Strawberry Archaeological and Historical Society, it is open to the public from May through mid-October on weekends and holidays.