Pine-Strawberry Museum - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Pine-Strawberry Museum
The Pine-Strawberry Museum in Pine, Arizona, was opened in 1979 for the purpose of displaying artifacts related to the prehistory and history of Pine and its twin among the pines, Strawberry. Much of what is displayed in the Pine-Strawberry Museum today is in tribute to the dedication and hard work of their founding families.The museum relocated to its current location in 1990 from a single room in the Isabelle Hunt Memorial Public Library in Pine.
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Attractions Near Pine-Strawberry Museum
0.22km from Pine-Strawberry Museum
Pine Canyon is a 1.2 mile trail through Fishlake National Forest. It can be accessed by foot, bicycle, and horse. It is one of the iconic attraction with natural beauty and also there are so many other things to see and do.
5.12km from Pine-Strawberry Museum
Fossil Creek is a perennial stream accessed by forest roads near the community of Camp Verde in the U.S. state of Arizona. It is one of only two streams in Arizona included in the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System. The creek and its riparian corridor provide habitat for a wide variety of flora and fauna, some listed as endangered or otherwise imperiled.
Strawberry School House - One Room
6.24km from Pine-Strawberry Museum
The Strawberry Schoolhouse is a historic one-room school building located in northwestern Gila County, Arizona, in the small mountain community of Strawberry. Built of pine logs in 1885, the Strawberry Schoolhouse is reputed to be the "oldest standing schoolhouse in Arizona" and now functions as a fully restored local history museum, complete with a late-19th century classroom exhibit.
Tonto Natural Bridge State Park
7.17km from Pine-Strawberry Museum
Tonto Natural Bridge is widely believed to be the largest natural travertine bridge in the world.Located between Payson and Pine, the bridge arches 183 feet above the sparkling Pine Creek and is surrounded by pine trees. Upstream, flowing springs and fern-draped grottos line the narrow canyon. It stands over a 400-foot-long tunnel that measures 150 feet at its widest point and reaches a height of 183 feet.
Fossil Springs wilderness
10.6km from Pine-Strawberry Museum
Fossil Springs Wilderness is an 11,550-acre wilderness area within the Coconino National Forest in the U.S. state of Arizona. It is at the bottom of a steep canyon at the edge of the Colorado Plateau, just south of the Mogollon Rim. Here, water emerges at the surface at the rate of about 2,700 cubic feet per minute. The perennial water supply supports one of the most diverse riparian ecosystems in the state, with more than 30 species of trees set among native desert shrub.
Fossil Springs Wilderness
10.61km from Pine-Strawberry Museum
Fossil Springs Wilderness is an 11,550-acre wilderness area within the Coconino National Forest in the U.S. state of Arizona. It is at the bottom of a steep canyon at the edge of the Colorado Plateau, just south of the Mogollon Rim. Here, water emerges at the surface at the rate of about 2,700 cubic feet per minute. It also creates a haven for abundant wildlife, including elk, deer, javelina, coyote, skunk, racoon, ring-tailed cat, fox, mountain lion, black bear and more than 100 bird species.
Discover More Attractions in Gila County, Home of Pine-Strawberry Museum
Gila County is in the central part of the U.S. state of Arizona. Gila County is full of opportunities to come to play. Whether you want to go camping, boating, horseback riding, fishing, hiking, hunting, or just exploring, our wide-open spaces and area attractions make Gila County the perfect get-away spot.