Pine is a charming and relaxed Arts and Crafts community that’s part of the Rim Country, and just 98 miles from Phoenix. It’s located right in the middle of the Tonto National Forest, the nation’s 5th largest national forest and the largest stand of Ponderosa Pines. Four Seasons and Recreational Opportunities abound.
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Living in Pine you will be able to explore the wilderness of Arizona’s “Rim Country” and enjoy a bustling art community. From the ponderosa pine forests that give the city its name, to deep mountain lakes and the expansive Arizonan desert, Pine provides easy access to all your family’s favorite outdoor activities. When you’re not hitting the trails, spend some time soaking up the area’s history. Be sure to take a walk by the 1884 Pine post office to show your kids an authentic piece of the past.
Pine is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Gila County, Arizona. The population was 1,963 at the 2010 census. Pine was established by four Mormon families in 1879.
Pine and the adjacent community of Strawberry are rapidly growing vacation and retirement centers in north-central Arizona, below the Mogollon Rim. Pine's elevation is 5,448 feet (1,661 m), and the Pine post office was established in 1884.
Pine has always been a great relaxing getaway, but recently its social life has been on the rise. Several new restaurants and pubs have popped up in the area, giving it a great atmosphere for family and couples.