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Junction; Arizona State 89A
Junction of Arizona State Highway 260 & Arizona State Highway 89A. Western end of Arizona State Highway 260.
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Cottonwood-Verde Village, AZ
Community of Cottonwood-Verde, Arizona. Retirement community developed in 1970. Alt: 3,314 ft.
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Prescott National Forest
Arizona State Highway 260 enters Prescott National Forest.
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Out of Africa Wildlife Park, AZ
Out of Africa Wildlife Park, Arizona on Forest 372 Route off Arizona State Highway 260. See animals from around the globe, African Bush Safari, open daily (except on Thanksgiving and Christmas) 9:30 AM to 5 PM. Do not bring food inside the park. Free parking. Tel. (928) 567-2840.
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Junction: US Interstate 17
Junction of Arizona State Highway 260 7 US Interstate Highway 17. Montezuma Castle National Monument, Exit 287, off US Interstate 17. ancient well-preserved cliff dwellings built approximately around 700 AD. Cliff dwelling declared on Dec. 8, 1906 as U.S. National Monument.
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Camp Verde, AZ
Community of Camp Verde, Arizona. Tourist spots include Montezuma Castle National Monument, Fort Verde State Historic Park, and Cliff Castle Casino. Hotels, restaurants, service stations. Annual corn festival, among others. Alt: 3,147 ft.
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S Access Rd/General Crook Trail
S Access Rd/General Crook crosses US Interstate Highway 17. First Assembly of God Church.
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West Creek Wilderness, AZ
The West Clear Creek wilderness, 15,238 acres, east of Camp Verde. Swimming, fishing, hiking, backpacking, camping activities.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 87
Junction of Arizona State Highway 260 & Arizona State Highway 87.
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Fossil Springs Wilderness Area, AZ
Fossil Springs Wilderness, 11,550 acres, inside Coconino National Forest, Arizona. Over 30 tree species; abundant wildlife; 100+ species of birds.
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Five Mile Lake, AZ

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Strawberry, AZ
Community of Strawberry, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 5,800 ft.
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Pine, AZ
Community of Pine, Arizona. Established in 1879. Limited services. Alt: 5,367 ft.
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Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, AZ
Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, 10 miles north of Payson, Arizona. Walking trails (Pine Creek Trail, Waterfall Trail, Gowan Trail), recreation area w/ picnic tables, gift store, restrooms. Tonto Natural Bridge, world's largest travertine bridge, first discovered in 1877.
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East Verde Park, AZ
East Verde Park, Payson, Arizona.
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Horton Tank, AZ
Horton Tank, Gila County, Arizona.
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Airport
Payson Airport, Arizona.
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Payson Rodeo Grounds, AZ
Payson Rodeo Grounds, a park in Payson, Arizona.
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Junction; Arizona State Highway 87
Junction of Arizona State Highway 260 and State Highway 87. Community of Payson, Arizona, called "The Heart of Arizona" because of its location (intersection of 3 roads in Gila County). Hiking, hunting, fishing, horseback riding. Popular for its quartz crystals, geodes, agate, and onyx. Has the oldest continuous rodeo in the world. Parks: Green Valley and Rumsey Park, swimming pool, summer outdoor concerts, small skatepark.
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Ponderosa Campground, AZ
Ponderosa Campground, located inside the Tonto National Forest at the junction of Arizona State Highway 260 & NF-405A, 15 miles east of Payson, Arizona. 61 campsites, no water, sewer, electrical hookups or shower facilities. Usually open from April to October.
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Kohls Ranch, AZ
Community of Kohls Ranch, Arizona. Tonto Creek Campground. Nearby is Camp Tontozona, the Arizona State University football team training camp. Horton Creek.
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Christopher Creek, AZ
Christopher Creek, Arizona, in the Mogollon Rim area. 22 miles from Payson, Arizona.
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Woods Canyon Lake, Arizona
Woods Canyon Lake, Arizona, 27 miles SW of Heber, Arizona, fishing, boat rentals, boat ramp. Alt: 7,500 ft.
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Willow Springs Lake, AZ
Willow Springs Lake, Arizona, 23 miles east of Payson, Arizona. Fishing (Rainbow trout, Large and Smallmouth bass), camping, boating, hiking, camping. Sinkhole Campground, near the lake, open year-round. Canyon Point Campground, 3 miles east of Forest Rd 149.
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Forest Service Rd 512

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Forest Lakes, AZ
Community of Forest Lakes, Arizona. Alt: 7,546 ft. Fishing, hiking, boating, canoeing, snowmobiling, skiing, hunting, horseback riding, sledding, etc.
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Mud Tank, AZ

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Patrick Pond, AZ

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Black Canyon Lake, AZ
Black Canyon Lake, Arizona.15 miles SW of Heber, Arizona. Take Forest Service Rd 300 south from Arizona State Highway 260. Picnics, camping, fishing, boating, hiking. Day-use only. Alt: 7,100 ft. Campgrounds: Black Canyon Rim Campground near Forest Roads 300 and 86 intersection; Gentry Campground. Twin Tank on Nelson Fire Rd.
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Forest 504 Road

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Junction: Arizona State Highway 277
Junction of Arizona State Highway 260 & State Highway 277. Community of Heber-Overgaard, Arizona. Founded in 1876 or 1877. Alt: 6,435 ft.
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Heber-Overgaard, AZ
Community of Heber-Overgaard, Navajo County, Arizona. Founded by Mormons in 1876 or 1877. Alt: 6,435 ft.
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Tall Timbers County Park, AZ
Tall Timbers County Park, Navajo County, Arizona. Noted for the annual Oktoberfest in the Pines festival in September, July 4th celebration, and Winterfest. Softball field, handball & basketball court, playground, stage, restrooms, picnic tables, charcoal grills. Tel. (928) 535-4481
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Forest Service Rd 50

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Mogollon Dr.
Mogollon Dr. terminates at Arizona State Highway 277.
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Hewitt Tank, AZ

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Clay Springs, AZ
Community of Clay Springs, Arizona. 16 miles NW of Show Low, Arizona. Limited services. Alt. 6,302 ft.
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Pinedale, AZ
Community of Pinedale, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: Approximately 6,500 ft.It has the only covered bridge in Arizona.
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Sand Tank, AZ

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Pothole & VD Tanks, AZ

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Paticho Lake, AZ

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Fool Hollow Lake State Recreation Area, AZ
Fool Hollow Lake State Recreation Area, Arizona. Take W Old Linden Rd, then left on N 16th Ave. 2 miles north off Arizona State Highway 260 in Show Low, Arizona. Fishing, camping, picnicking, boating, hiking. Abundant wildlife. Fool Hollow Lake. White Mountain Trail System with 11 loop trails. Malapai Tank on W Old Linden Rd.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 77
Junction of Arizona State Highway 260 & State Highway 77. Community of Show Low, Navajo County, Arizona. Alt: 6,347 ft. Show Low Regional Airport.
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Show Low Lake, AZ
Show Low Lake, Arizona. Best Walleye fishing in Arizona. Take E Slow Low Lake Rd.
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Rainbow Lake, AZ
Rainbow Lake, Arizona. Fishing, boating, hiking, camping, birdwatching. Take Lakeview Ln, then left on Rainbow Lake Ln.
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Rainbow Lake, AZ
Rainbow Lake, Arizona. Fishing, boating, hiking, camping, birdwatching. Take Lakeview Ln, then left on Rainbow Lake Ln.
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Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ
Community of Pinetop-Lakeside, Arizona, in Navajo County. Founded in Well-known recreation area. Alt: 7,200 ft. Surrounded by the White Mountains, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, and Fort Apache Indian Reservation. Fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, hunting activities. Camping and picnic facilities and golf courses. White Mountain Trail. Woodland Lake Park. Pinetop-Lakeside Chamber of Commerce.
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Woodland Reservoir, AZ
Woodland Reservoir, E Woodland Lake Rd, Arizona. Called Pinetop-Lakeside's "crown jewels," Woodland Lake and the surrounding park offers many outdoor activities: hiking, picnicking, fishing, camping, volleyball, tennis court, playgrounds. Lakeside Campground with 82 sites, Ph: 1-877-444-6777. Ponderosa Plaza Shopping Center. Alt: 6,893. ft
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Pinetop Lakes Country Club, AZ
Pinetop Lakes Country Club, 1/4 mile east of Arizona State Highway 260, across from White Mountain Country Club. 18-hole golf course. Clubhouse, restaurant, lounge. Open to the public. Ph: (520) 369-4531.
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Golf Course: White Mountain Country Club, Arizona
White Mountain Country Club, 1 mile east of Pinetop, Arizona. 150 acres. Par 72 championship golf course. Members and guests only. Ph: (520) 367-4357.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 73
Junction of Arizona State Highway 260 & State Highway 73 to the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, which includes parts of Navajo, Gila, and Apache counties, has a land area off 2,627,608 sqm.
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McNary, AZ
Community of McNary, Apache county, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 7,316 ft.
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Bog Tank Picnic Ground. AZ
Bog Tank Picnic Ground, Apache County, Arizona. Shush Be Zahze& Shush Be Tou (meaning 'Little Bear Lake' and 'Big Bear Lake' in Apache respectively)are near each other. Fishing (fee required), picnic tables, tent camping only.
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Horsehoe-Cienega Lake, AZ
Horseshoe-Cienega Lake, 18 miles east of Pinetop, Arizona off State Highway 260. Fishing, camp grounds, boat rental, store, picnic tables, restroom. Open from May to September. Alt: 8,100 ft.
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Bog Tank, AZ
Bog Tank, 18 miles east of Pinetop, Arizona off State Highway 260. Across from Horsehoe-Cienega Lake. Fishing, limited picnic facilities, camping available at Horseshoe-Cienega. Alt: 8,000 ft.
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A-1 Lake, AZ
A-1 Lake, 22 miles east of Pinetop, Arizona on State Highway 260. 24 acres. Ice fishing, few campsites.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 273
Junction of Arizona State Highway 260 & State Highway 273. To Sunshine Lake, White Mountain Reservoir, Lee Valley Lake in the Apache National Forest.
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Junction: Arizona State Highwy 373
Junction of Arizona State Highway 260 & State Highway 373. To community of Greer, Arizona, Alt: 8,600 ft.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 261
Arizona State Highway 261 enters the Apache National Forest. To Mexican Hay Lake, fishing, no camping.
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Eager, AZ
Community of Eager, Apache County, Arizona. Turn south on Main St. First settlement was in 1871. Alt: 7,080 ft. North on Main Street will lead to Springerville, Arizona.
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Junction: US Highway 180/191
Arizona State Highway 260 merges with US Highway 180/191. LD10