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Peace in the Pines

Living in Pine & Strawberry

In the heart of Arizona’s Rim Country lies the charming town of Pine, where history and nature intertwine seamlessly. Once home to Native American tribes, this area was later settled by Mormon pioneers around 1875, who dubbed it “Strawberry” for its lush wild strawberry fields. Today, Pine retains its rustic charm, offering a haven for artists and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Surrounded by the breathtaking landscapes of the Tonto National Forest, Pine invites visitors to immerse themselves in its unique blend of history, art, and natural beauty. Whether you’re seeking a tranquil retreat or thrilling outdoor adventures, Pine promises a memorable experience tailored to your desires.

Things to Do in Pine-Strawberry

Hiking Trails

Explore the diverse hiking trails of Payson, AZ, where scenic vistas and rugged landscapes await adventurers of all levels.

Camping Spots

Discover camping spots nestled amidst the natural beauty of Payson, AZ, offering a perfect retreat under the stars.

The Mogollon Rim

The Mogollon Rim is a majestic geological feature, gracing Arizona's landscape with its towering cliffs and sweeping vistas.


Tee off amidst the landscapes of Payson, AZ, where golfers can enjoy pristine courses against the backdrop of the mountain scenery.

Local Parks

Discover the natural beauty of Payson, AZ, through its charming local parks, where visitors can unwind, picnic, and explore.

The Rodeo

Payson proudly states that they hold "The World's Oldest Continuous Rodeo" right here in Rim Country.

Roosevelt Lake

Roosevelt Lake is often referred to as the best bass fishing lake in all of Arizona. Come out and drop a line.

Community Events

From the 4th of July to Christmas parades and everything in between, Payson is known for it's special events.

Tonto Natural Bridge

Known as the largest travertine bridge in the world, the Tonto Natural Bridge is simply breathtaking.