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Payson Pioneer Cemetery


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The cemetery was begun in 1882 with the burial of two members of the Meadows family who were killed by Apaches. Much of the local history is represented by the pioneer families buried here. In the springtime, the cemetery is ablaze with wild flowers.

Follow Main Street west, past Green Valley Park to the Payson Golf Course. Turn right beyond the clubhouse and follow South Vista Road through the golf course. You will see the Pioneer Cemetery ahead on your right at the intersection of South Vista Road and Mesa Road.


Phone: 800-672-9766
Our Email: chamber@npgcable.com

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