This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$250 - $300 per night 2 night min stay
$175 per night 2 night min stay
$160 - $200 per night 2-4 night min stay
Recent Pine reviews
"We had the pleasure of staying in Karen's cabin for 3+ weeks and it was great! It has all of amenities of home but in an fabulous cabin with awesome views! If you're a wildlife lover, we had deer and elk in the yard on a daily basis, it was amazing! If you're an explorer, there are too many hiking trails to mention, some of which are close enough to walk to. The other people living in the neighborhood were overly kind and offered info on things to do and see. We really lucked out with this cabin rental. Even the furniture was comfy...cozy sofa in the living room and cushy bed in the master. We loved everything about our stay."Guest: Erin B Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: September 16, 2014View listing
"We really enjoyed the family friendly atmosphere. It included washer, dryer,microwave, full kitchen, grill, and games! We loved the cool air and the close proximity to the lake. Thank you for the clean and"Guest: Tom H Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014View listing
"Our VRBO experience was top notch! The cabin was exactly as described and the owner was very helpful! We only needed to bring food as the cabin was fully stocked with all necessities. The kids loved playing in the tree house, on the teeter totter and swings while the moms got to relax on the beautiful porch. We enjoyed excursions into town and loved visiting the Fossil Creek Creamery where the kids got to pet the goat and llamas. We hope to stay again soon!"Guest: Robin S. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 2, 2014View listing
Pine Travel Tips
Pine Cabins Offer Fun for the Whole Family
Pine has become one of the fastest growing tourist destinations Arizona because of its mild weather and natural beauty. Pine, Arizona not only has numerous historical attractions, but also plenty of recreational activities and restaurants for the whole family to enjoy. Choosing Pine cabins is the best way to visit the area because it puts you right in the middle of nature without distancing you from the recreational activities that you want to experience.
Historical Attractions Near Pine Lodging
Pine, Arizona was first established by four families in 1879. These families and the people who came after them left behind a lot of historical buildings that visitors can explore today. You should start exploring the history of Pine, Arizona at Pine Strawberry Historical Society and Museum. They have prehistoric artifacts on display as well as items left behind by early settles. Your Pine lodging will also put you in proximity to The Strawberry School, a one-room schoolhouse erected in 1885. Very few log cabin schoolhouses in Arizona still stand, so this is an important building to see while staying at Pine cabins.
Recreation in Pine, Arizona
One of the best things about Pine lodging is the surrounding natural beauty. This offers numerous recreational activities that you should include in your trip. Arizona High Country vacation rentals make it easy for you to enjoy Tonto Natural Bridge State Park. Tonto Natural Bridge was discovered by a prospector in the late 1800s. Today it and the surrounding areas are open to the public.
Dining in Pine
After a day in the outdoors, you'll want to enjoy a good meal and some drinks. Any Pine lodging is just a short drive from Sidewinders Saloon, which features sandwiches, snacks and specialty mixed drinks that will hit the spot every time. Other nice restaurants include Mama Joe's Italian Grill and Giuseppe's.