- TripBuzz discovered 44 different types of activities for couples in the Strawberry area, including Winery/Vineyard (like Arizona Stronghold Vineyards Tasting Room), Hiking Trails (like Devil's Bridge Trail), Art Gallery (like Raku Gallery) and Horseback Riding (like Cave Creek Outfitters), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 21 date ideas in or near Strawberry, Arizona, including 21 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Payson, Camp Verde and Sedona.
Providing well mannered and highly conditioned horses, Cave Creek Outfitters is able to work with riders of all ages including children who are at least six years old. The business provides guided trail riding across their ranch in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area.
Specializing in glass artwork, Desert Glasshopper Studio hosts exhibits and art shows for glass-blown sculptures, jewelry, furniture, and more. The studio also offers glass based workshops where visitors can learn sandblasting techniques.
Featuring works from Bulgarian artist Michael Stoyanov, the Arbanassi Fine Art Gallery is filled with a variety of different artworks on display. Stoyanov's work is unique for his use of scenery and careful brushstrokes.
Known as the third-largest sundial in the Western Hemisphere, the Carefree Sundial measures in within a diameter of 90 feet. It is best to visit this location, which is surrounded by local shops, during one of the area's many festivals.
A large and varied art gallery located in downtown Carefree, the Wild Holly Gallery features the original works of artists from all over the United States. The gallery features 95 artists' works, ranging from paintings and sculptures to kinetic art.
Thunderbird Artists sponsors fine art and wine festivals that shut down the streets of Carefree with over 165 artists showcasing an impressive variety of different artworks. There are also wine tastings and samplings of artisan chocolates.
The third largest sundial in the Western hemisphere, Carefree Sundial measures 90 feet in diameter and stands 35 feet above the plaza, with its shadow extending 72 feet. Visitors will enjoy seeing it during sunrise or sunset.