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Pine Haven Bed and Breakfast
City: Pine
Tel: +1 928 476 3809
Mountainside magic in the heart of Arizona! Breathtaking views of surrounding Mogollon Rim, Mazatzal Mountains and pine valley below. Private and peaceful. Decks and patios, meandering nature paths, gentle waterfall/pond, bubbling spa, fireplaces, famous Arizona sunsets slipping behind the Rim in blazing colors of fire-red, orange, deep rose and plum purples. Clear dark night skies for scintillating stargazing. Walking trail to Inspiration Point, a hilltop secret hideaway. Clean refreshing air and visiting wildlife. Tranquil pine setting on pioneer family land. Romantic stays, quiet contemplation, de-stress; 3 unique guest rooms, good food; warm country hospitality.

Pine-Strawberry Museum
City: Pine
Tel: +1 928 476 3547
Tucked just beneath Arizona's Backbone, the famed Mogollon Rim, the Pine-Strawberry Museum in Pine, Arizona, was opened in 1979 for the purpose of displaying artifacts relative to the prehistory and history of Pine and its twin among the pines, Strawberry. All around us, the Mogollon Rim is a wilderness of ethereal beauty, carved majestically into unmatched proportions. To our north and accessible from Highway 87 north of Strawberry, the Rim Road, FR 300, is a twisting, graveled legacy to settlers and cavalry tenacity.The community of Pine was settled in 1879 by Mormon pioneers, who endured many hardships during their settlement of this untamed country. But through their determination and faith, Pine survived. Much of what is displayed in the Pine-Strawberry Museum today is in tribute to the dedication and hard work of our founding families.The museum relocated to its current location in 1990 from a single room in the Isabelle Hunt Memorial Public Library in Pine. This larger facility allows the display of more artifacts and documents; especially those that pertain to the Native American cultures that occupied our area, the first Spanish and Anglo pioneers to visit and settle the area, and the peoples who have remained in the community since the initial settlement.

Tust Studio
City: Pine
Tel: +1 928 476 3344
Michael started out in 1988 as a Painting and Wall covering Contractor. Later on Laura became interested in the decorative art field and began her education at The Gale Laurence Studio and Zaffle Painting Studio. What started out, as an interest became a passion-a passion for the art and a passion to know more? Both Michael and Laura attended the vocational classes at the Day Studio Workshop and with the knowledge they gained they're worked hard on perfecting their art. Between them they now have 16 years experience in the decorative art field. They continue to expand there training, and have done so throughout the United States, and will be continuing further in France and other parts of Europe. This training will enable them to expand their offerings to their clients, keep their ideas fresh, and enable them to bring even more into the classroom.

Rimside Grill & Cabins
City: Pine
Tel: +1 928 476 3349
As an up-to-date business, we want to give you the opportunity to stay in touch with Rimside Grill & Cabins, our offers, and upcoming events at our restaurant and in Rim Country.At present, our web site is still under construction. We are making an effort to present you with our entire spectrum of offers as soon as possible. The emphasis of our site is on our restaurant, cabins, and the surrounding area with all it has to offer.

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