have been to the natural bridge many times first time as a school field trip and the last time with my grandkids the beauty of this place never grows old and therre is always something new to see a really good place to take kids on a nature hike with all the amenities for a picnic and play time after
A hidden treasure, the Tonto Natural Bridge is awesome!. The park access road is between Payson and Pine, located down a long, curvy, two lane road. Admission is $14 with discounts for military, veterans and seniors. You park above the bridge and walk to the four viewpoints, each with a fenced observation area. The bridge is a gorgeous unique site,... 更多
Helpful and friendly, beautifully kept and cared for. Looking forward to explore more trails. We got a map, and talked with rangers about these trails and what they offer.
A very large open and grassy area with picnic tables and porta potties and large parking area for visitors. There is also a small gift shop in park. Very beautiful falls and bridge with a few very easy trails. Definitely worth the stop if you are going that way. I was told by the ranger that there are some loose... 更多
While we really enjoyed the one trail that was open and will definitely come back when the rest are open, I really did not appreciated the attitude of the ranger that checked us in. He was not friendly at all and actually somewhat rude. My kids even picked up on it.
We enjoyed the park one morning in January. It was beautiful and the park was very well kept. There were two of the four trails that were closed, but we felt we still had a great experience at the park. We were able to do the Gowan trail and the Waterfall Trail. They were beautiful! We really enjoyed the Gowan... 更多
We went to Strawberry and Pine Top on our way to see the Natural Bridge. The drive itself is awe inspiring and breath taking. There is a hike involved and isn't for everyone. If taken slowly it can be done. Being physically fit does help some but not necessary. As you hike down to see the natural bridge you will... 更多
We took the long way 'round to the park from Phoenix: north on Hwy 17 to Camp Verde, then east/south on 260 to the park. There was snow in the mountains.The forest was stunning in white. As we descended toward the park, the snow disappeared. The sign to Tonto Natural Bridge was easy to spot. The ranger station/gift shop was... 更多