Hey it's probably a great place to explore. We got there at 10 to 4. It is shown everywhere that the park is open to 5 and we knew it was open for 1 hr and 10 minutes but being a pretty young family we thought we could go around really quick and check it out so we shelled out... 更多
What makes the trip is being able to go down to the water. If the trails are closed no need to visit park. So check before you go especially if the park is your destination spot
This place is awesome!!! It has so much space to stay and play or have a picnic lunch. We loved how spread out it was. There were trails easier enough for a 3 year old and trails challenging enough for my husband and our 7 year old. Plan to spend 2 hours to really see everything. TIPS: Bring cash to... 更多
This was a nice little park but not really worth the $7 per person entrance fee when half the trails are closed! The Natural Bridge was pretty amazing and well worth the time to visit and hike down to the bottom. Beautiful right now with all the green and water dripping thru the stone.
Trails leading into Pine Canyon trail are currently closed due to high water levels. Pine Canyon Trail is actually underwater currently. Even without these hikes the park has some nice walks and beautiful views. If you hike down to the lower area of Natural Bridge be prepared for some physical effort coming back up.
Visited in February. Two of the four trails were closed for security reasons (high water?) although it was difficult to see why. Very well (too well?) manicured park. $7 entrance fee per person a bit high, compared to some of the National Parks that charge by carload. Too many warning signs telling you what NOT to do.
Beautiful scenery, need to be able to "hike" as there a few trails that go down hill and you have to be able to walk back up. But still worth the views.One of the best parks we have scene. Picnic areas
We have traveled extensively in these parts of the US, but somehow never stopped for Tonto, so we decided to give it a try this time. The approach drive is pretty. It was February weekday so the park was practically empty, which was nice. Regretfully, the longer hikes were closed due to high water levels in the creek below. However,... 更多
My daughter and I took a day trip to Tonto Natural Bridge which is a bout a 2 hour drive from where we live. We loved this place. We arrived around 12 and stayed til about 3. Most of the trails were closed but the waterfall trail and the Gown trail were both open, as were all four viewpoints. We... 更多