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Taylor, Arizona

  • Taylor Cemetery

    Graves in Taylor Cemetery are buried under rows of towering spruce. Pioneers were told spruce trees could not be transplanted there, nor would they grow....
    Taylor Cemetery

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Taylor Pioneer Museum

The Taylor Pioneer Museum was opened July 5, 1996, in a Pioneer Home built in 1930 by volunteers. A highlight piece of the museum is the drum seen in the Taylor town logo. The Fourth of July has a special meaning in Taylor, in addition to being the date recognized as our nation'

Taylor, AZ Museums

Shumway Schoolhouse

The Shumway Schoolhouse is one of just a few one-room brick schoolhouses in Arizona. Visitors will see the school's original bell and antique furniture. The school was built in 1900

Taylor, AZ Historic Schoolhouses

Margaret McCleve Log Cabin

Originally, the 1884 cabin was the home of Margaret McCleve Hancock, who was born in 1838 in Belfast, Ireland. Her family was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1841

Taylor, AZ Pioneer History


Pintail Lake Wild Game Observation Area

The Pintail Lake Wild Game Observation Area is just a couple miles south of town on State Highway 77

Taylor, AZ Conservation Areas

Things to do near Taylor, AZ

Gila Bank Building

Built in 1909, the arching 22 ft. windows are a hallmark of Adler and Sullivan Architects of Chicago. Restored in the early ...

Lyman State Park Trails

Rattlesnake Pointe Pueblo Trail: Rattlesnake Point Pueblo was a medium-sized village that was home to about 15 familie...

Thunder Raceway

Thunder Raceway features some of Arizona's best 1/4 mile dirt track racing. Racing begins in April and runs through Septembe...

Becker Lake Fishing

Special fishing regulations apply for Becker Lake. Catch-and-release is to be followed year-round with artificial fly and lu...

Petrified Forest National Park

Best known for globally significant Late Triassic fossils, the park attracts many researchers. Geologists study the multi-hue...