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Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum

The Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum is at the western edge of Miami, Arizona. Bullion Plaza School was opened in 1923 as a grammar school for Mexican-American and Apache Indian children. The school was desegregated in the early 1950s and served as a public school until 1994. In 2000

Miami, AZ Museums

Payson Golf Course

This 18 hole course is open to the public. The course's front nine is wide open and its back nine is more hilly. The greens are slow, and there is a creek that comes into play on seven holes. The course was built at 5,000

Payson, AZ Golf Courses


Strawberry Schoolhouse

This log cabin was put up in a single day by a community log-raising party in the autumn of 1885. It opened as a school and social center in early 1866. The interior was nicely finished with wallpaper and wainscoting, and was well supplied with manufactured desks and blackboards. In 1907

Strawberry, AZ Historic Schoolhouses

Navajo County Museum

You can relive some of the area's Wild West history in the 1898

Holbrook, AZ Museums

Petrified Forest NP Hiking

Visitors can drive the 28 miles of the Main Park road, stopping at any number of overlooks to see petrified wood, petroglyphs, archeological sites, and Painted Desert vistas.

, AZ Hiking

Old Gila County Jail

When Gila County moved its offices into the then new county courthouse in March, 1907, the county jail was housed in the rear of the ground floor. Shortly thereafter, it was apparent that the jail within the courthouse was insufficient to meet the needs of the county. On January 5, 1909

Globe, AZ Pioneer History

Located in downtown Winslow is "The Corner", made famous by the song "Take It Easy". Written by Glenn Frey and Jackson Browne, "Take It Easy" became The Eagles first hit single in the 70's, and put Winslow on the map. The verse "Standin' on a corner in Winslow, Arizona,"

Winslow, AZ Landmarks

Historic Courthouse

Built in 1898 and in service until 1976, the historic Navajo County Courthouse is one of only two Richardsonian Romanesque courthouses in the state of Arizona. Located along old Route 66, the courthouse is listed on the National Historic Register

Holbrook, AZ Historic Courthouses

Tonto Natural Bridge State Park Trails

Please carry drinking water while hiking trails. All park trails descend into Pine Canyon and are steep and strenuous. Pine Creek Trail, - about 1/2 mile long (400 feet developed - undeveloped in the creek bottom), leads to the Pine Creek natural area. Hiking shoes are recommended. (

, AZ Hiking

Zane Grey Country

Under the Tonto Rim, Code of the West, To the Last Man, are all western thrillers written by Zane Grey, one of the most prolific writers of all time. The inspiration for these and many of Grey's 85 novels, 114 movies, and 215 short stories was the Tonto Rim, also known as "

Payson, AZ Famous People

Painted Desert Visitor Center

Exhibits include general park information & orientation with Hands-on Geology exhibits. A 20-minute video is shown every 1/2 hour. A Bookstore and Restrooms are available. The Painted Desert Inn National Historic Landmark built by the Civilian Conservation Corps and the

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