Hiking the Gowan and Pine Creek trails at Tonto Natural Bridge State Park was a very peaceful and enjoyable way to spend the morning. The trails were not difficult and hiking up from the bottom of the bridge was exciting. My husband and I drove from Phoenix to Tonto Natural Bridge State Park for a day trip In September. The... 更多
In order to experience the full magnitude of this place, you must walk down to the bridge. Wear sneakers as the walk down and up can be slippery in sandals.
I heard that pets were allowed so I took my dog and went out there today. Unfortunately what you can see with a dog along is very restricted. Visitors with pets are only allowed to walk along the upper level and stop at the viewpoints. The park will not allow dogs to be taken down the hiking trails to the... 更多
My spouse and I wanted to get out of Phoenix for the day on Labor Day. Since we have an annual pass for the Arizona State Parks, we drove out to Payson to visit the park. We had seen a documentary on TV and seen pictures about the natural bridge, so we wanted to see it. When we arrived, there... 更多
This state park is awesome. You drive down into the park and the views of the bridge are breathtaking! If you're not the adventurous type, there is a paved path that is wheelchair accessible. If you hike any of the trails-they are not easy. Be prepared!!
It was so relaxing! Went during the week so there wasn't too many people. I suggest that you pack light. There was a lot to enjoy! The weather was nice, park rangers were very helpful. Take extra clothes in case you get wet but other than that, awesome. It was worth the drive . It wasn't hard at all. Kids... 更多
As a State Park there is a day entrance fee. We have an annual pass, so it's free for us. Beautiful, scenic, bit strenuous but worth the hike down under arch. Good walking shoes (no sandals or flip flops, though water shoes to climb over rocks a good option once you've down there). Bring plenty of water. Lodge will be... 更多