- Our list of the best things to do in Strawberry, Arizona, features the top 28 nearby activities — including 14 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Strawberry, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Adventures, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 0 things to do within the city of Strawberry, AZ , followed by 28 popular activities in nearby cities, including Payson, Camp Verde and Sedona
Staircase Waterfall is a local watering-hole that features a multi-step waterfall and pond for swimming. A large cut log helps swimmers access the deeper water. Parking available for a small fee, a hike to the waterfall is required for access.
The M Diamond Ranch is a family owned horseback riding facility that features one to two and a half hour trail rides through archeological and petroglyph sites. There is also an evening tour offering a cowboy cookout and live entertainment.
While the main interest may be learning about fish and their habitat, Tonto Creek Fish Hatchery is also a good place for bird watching. The species raised here are the apache, the rainbow and the brown trout. Fishing is prohibited inside the hatchery, but the visitor can be guided upriver.
The park features three historic house furnished in the 1880s period and listed on the National and State Register of Historic Places. Displays period artifacts from military life and history of the Indian Scouts and Indian Wars era. It schedules programs which give visitors a glimpse into Arizona's history.
88% 1531 votes
1620 W. Finnie Flats Road, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 MoreLess Info
At Montezuma Castle National Monument, visitors can glimpse into the past through the best preserved cliff dwellings in North America. It nestles into a towering limestone cliff, and tells a story of ingenuity, survival and prosperity in a desert landscape.
With an end destination of Chicken Point, the Broken Arrow Trail is 1.5 miles long with an elevation gain of 200 feet. The hike itself is considered to be easy to moderate and has a nearby parking lot for those wanting to undertake the trail.
Feel the southwestern history as you drive over desert terrain, across plateaus, through seasonal creeks, creek beds, and hidden trails to extraordinary views. It is a safe, exciting and extremely fun way to experience all that Mother Nature has to offer.
94% 32 votes
385 South Manin Street, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 MoreLess Info
The center is an archaeological, educational and research facility. They have a modest exhibit and display area which aims to provide information on the prehistoric cultures and history of the Verde Valley. Visit their a museum and gift shop.