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Cabin in Pine
Simply Amazing....Remodeled Cabin w/Massive Deck
Welcome to Strawberry's most beautiful cabin with the largest deck in town - all recently remodeled. Our cabin is surrounded in an abundance of pine trees with a massive deck making you feel like you're truly in the forest. The entire cabin was recently remodeled with the perfect blend of elegance combined with a rustic feel, and modern amenities like high speed internet, real wood burning fireplace. Massive property size provides a huge front yard and backyard, perfect for families and kids
$154 per night
Cabin in Pine
Lavish Pine Cabin w/ Deck, New Hot Tub + Mtn Views
Escape from your daily routine to this brand new 2-bedroom, 2-bath vacation rental located in Arizona's scenic high-country! This tastefully furnished Pine residence offers a stunning interior with a full kitchen, gas fireplace, granite countertops, picture windows, and a beautiful wraparound deck with an outdoor dining table for al fresco meals. Whether you explore the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, visit the Montezuma Castle, or hike the mountains, this Pine cabin is an ideal home base!
$161 per night
Cabin in Strawberry
NEW! Peaceful Strawberry Cabin: Fire Pit & Hot Tub
Leave your worries behind and head to this warm and welcoming 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom vacation rental cabin in Strawberry. This charming retreat offers a quiet location bordering Tonto National Forest, a well-appointed interior with a fireplace to cozy up next to in colder weather, and a furnished patio — all to have you feeling right at home. Spend days exploring the Fossil Springs Wilderness, fishing at Green Valley Park, or grilling out and sharing drinks with friends around the fire pit.
$140 per night

Stay near Strawberry's top sights

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Sportsman's Chalet19 locals recommend
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Bandits Restaurant20 locals recommend
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Strawberry School House - One Room19 locals recommend
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The Bear12 locals recommend
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Mamajoe's Italian Grill19 locals recommend
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Linda's Unique Treasures4 locals recommend

Strawberry vacation rentals

Cabin in Pine
Modern Rustic Pet Friendly Cabin
$125 per night
Cabin in Pine
NEW! Charming Cabin in Pine w/ Fire Pit & Hot Tub!
$228 per night
Home in Pine
The Cozy Hillside Cabin
$110 per night
Cabin in Pine
Updated Strawberry Family Cabin w/ 2 Private Decks
$145 per night
Cabin in Pine
*Log Cabin*Sauna*Creekside Mountain Retreat
$142 per night
Cabin in Pine
NEW! The Juniper House at Elk Rim, Pine AZ
$134 per night
Cabin in Pine
Starlink! Secluded retreat with Rim views!
$195 per night
Cabin in Pine
Cozy Romantic Cabin in Pine, AZ
$126 per night
Cabin in Pine
Cool Times In The Pines Cabin: Relax and Have Fun!
$111 per night
Cabin in Pine
Pet Friendly + Firepit + Grill + Privacy + Nature
$129 per night
Cabin in Pine
The Boxcar Tiny House
$64 per night
Home in Strawberry
Casa Blu -Dog Friendly, Mountain Views, Game Room
$224 per night

Your guide to Strawberry

Welcome to Strawberry

The diminutive mountain town of Strawberry often gets mashed up with its equally teensy neighbor, Pine, as in Pine-Strawberry. Both towns, located north of Phoenix, earned their monikers honestly, as wild strawberries and towering pines thrive in this tranquil setting on the lip of the Mogollon Rim. They’re located in what’s known as Rim Country, named for its spectacularly steep cliffs — some plunging as much as 2,000 feet to the rim floor — that comprise the Mogollon Rim’s 200-mile expanse, which offers stunning views of the Arizona landscape. The surrounding wilderness is home to hiking and horseback trails as well as cool, sparkling lakes perfect for boating, swimming, and fishing. Strawberry and Pine offer the charms of smalltown life, including antique shops, a lavender farm, and a microbrewery that serves ale brewed with pine cones. How much closer to nature can you get than that?

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Strawberry?

Spring and summer are high season here, especially for visitors seeking relief from hot Arizona days in the cooler mountain environs. The Pine-Strawberry Summer Fest draws June crowds with street vendors selling crafts and food — including, of course, strawberry treats. On holiday weekends (Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day) the Pine-Strawberry Arts and Crafts Guild hosts juried craft fairs, and in fall, vendors bring out their best treasures at the Pine-Strawberry Antique Show, which also features a chili cookoff. Things slow down during winter and temperatures drop and snow falls, making it a quiet and cozy time to stay in one of Strawberry’s cabins.

What are the top things to do in Strawberry?

Fossil Creek

Like a mirage, this lush oasis is a gloriously unexpected sight within the desert landscape about an hour southwest of Strawberry. Fossil Creek’s most dramatic feature is a roaring waterfall that gushes 20,000 gallons a minute into a network of springs at the bottom of a canyon where visitors can plunge into cool, topaz-colored water. Ringed by greenery, you’ll feel like you’ve stumbled onto an island paradise in landlocked Arizona.

Tonto Natural Bridge State Park

Just 16 minutes’ drive from Strawberry lies what many believe to be the world’s largest natural travertine (limestone) bridge. This picturesque rock formation is 183 feet high and 60 feet thick at points, with a 150-foot-wide, 393-foot-long tunnel underneath. You can access it via a selection of hikes of varying difficulty and from four observation decks. In a hurry? You can see it from the parking lot, too.

Strawberry Schoolhouse

Built in 1884, this one-room affair is the oldest standing schoolhouse in Arizona. Built of pine timber and heated with a wood stove, this little school was a tad fancier than others built during the same time. It was appointed with wainscoting, wallpaper, and an organ. Restored and maintained by the Pine-Strawberry Archaeological and Historical Society, it is open to the public from May through mid-October on weekends and holidays.

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