Pine, AZ 85544
About Tonto Natural Bridge
Tonto Natural Bridge is the world's largest travertine natural bridge, formed by a small stream flowing through a shady canyon in the wooded foothills of the Mogollon Rim which is viewable by several short hiking trails.
The area surrounding the bridge has been made into a state park called Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, which is located off State Route 87, just 10 miles (16 km) north of Payson. Tonto Natural Bridge stands over a 400-foot-long (120 m) tunnel that measures 150 feet (46 m) at its widest point and reaches a height of 183 feet (56 m).
This spectacular geological formation can be viewed from many different angles within the park. There are paved paths on top and 4 different hiking trails that range from easy to moderate in order to take in the natural bridge and the creek below. Picnic tables and restroom facilities are available.
Goodfellow Lodge at Tonto Natural Bridge State Park
Nestled deep within Pine Canyon, Goodfellow Lodge at Tonto Natural Bridge State Park provides a rustic hideaway in the middle of some of the most picturesque scenery in Arizona’s Rim Country. The cabin-style lodge dates to the 1920’s and still reflects the 1920’s era charm.
The lodge has 10 furnished bedrooms with private and communal restrooms, as well as a furnished basement suite with a private kitchenette with sink and refrigerator. On the first floor you will find a beautiful wood cabin group dining area with picnic table seating, fireplace, and a large kitchen big enough to accommodate group events. There is a veranda and grass event area outside for entertaining or sit and spot any of our regular wildlife visitors, like deer and javelina. Goodfellow Lodge is an excellent location for group visits, weddings, or overnight events.