You can't beat the drive through upper Tonto, and this is a perfect reason for a detour. The waterfalls and caves are incredible. So glad we made the trip.
This is a great little trip for those that want a little hike and a beautiful view. Worth the stop and if you can enjoy the day, take a picnic. One of the prettier places in the area.
We visited whilst staying in Payson, it is about ten miles north of the Town, once you you turn off the highway it is a scenic three mile drive down into the park. Five dollar admission fee. there are lots of picnic and bbq areas, there are four trails leading down to the travertinr natural bridge, they are short but... 更多
Yes, it's beautiful, wonderful and prettier than expected. ****Bring your hiking shoes**** The trails are not for the weak they are steep the rocks below in the cave are slippery. There was a slight breeze so the water coming from above was blowing into the cave and the rocks become slippery. There are four different trails and a 300-foot trail... 更多
First off, you either view these types of natural wonders with awe and appreciation for their beauty, or you are one of those people who say “meh” to geological formations; if you are the latter, I would say you probably wouldn’t get much out of coming here. Admission to Tonto Natural Bridge is $5 per adult 14 and over, $2... 更多
This state park is truly a hidden gem in the tonto national forest. The bridge itself is amazing. If you are physical able to, make sure you take the trek to the base. Although it is a steep climb coming back up, it is definely worth it. Cost of admission is worth it.
We have seen some natural bridges before and expected much of the same here. However this is different. It's more of a cave than a bridge (you will only see it as a bridge from a few viewpoints), but it's a small adventure in itself. The paths to/from the bridge are very steep, but it's not very far. Inside though,... 更多
On our way to Sedona we noticed signs for the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park and on the spur of the moment decided to stop in. After a scenic ride to enter into the park we were delighted to discover the natural beauty of this park. Depending on your hiking skills there are easy trails or more demanding steeper trails.... 更多
On our way to Sun City West from Winslow, we stopped at the Tonto Natural Bridge.State Park which has the world's largest travertine bridge in the world. Fortunately, there are viewing platforms on top to see this geologic formation.Viewing platform 4 gives the best view. There are steep trails down to the creek bottom. Pets are not allowed on the... 更多
It is worth the drive if you are in the area to see the red rocks of sedona or the grand canyon. There wasn't much of a waterfall when we were there but the whole area is beautiful. There are great views from the top overlooks, but take the trail down if you can. I think the trails down are... 更多
The Tonto Natural Bridge in my opinion is one of the most beautiful natural sights in Arizona. For those who are physically able to hike over slippery rocks, and sand, but who want to see two amazing waterfalls, river, and canyon views I would recommend taking the Pine Creek Path all the way through the natural Bridge. However any path... 更多
Nice park facility and the bridge is huge and amazing! Viewing areas at the top are still fantastic for those that aren't up to the steep hike to the bottom. The entrance is pretty interesting too...14° grade. Would NOT want to be towing a camper or driving a big rig into this place but a sports car is a dream... 更多
Been here numerous times. It is especially wonderful in the winter when the waterfalls are partially frozen. A challenging hike under the bridge because there is no railing and if you fall you will get hurt.