MOUNTAIN HOME INTERIORS
Mountain Home Interiors is located in Payson, Arizona and is surrounded by Arizona's Rim Country. Living in this area allows you access to amazing outdoor adventures, lakes, streams and the Mogollon Rim.
"The Rim" is a 2,000-foot high escarpment that stretches over 200 miles from Arizona into parts of New Mexico. This rock monster is known for its abundance of fishing, hiking & mountain biking trails, camping, hunting, and the largest stand of ponderosa pine forest in the world.
Many people move here for the laid back lifestyle and the amazing access they have to the outdoors. If you are considering moving to Payson and Arizona's Rim Country. We hope you will think of Mountain Home Interiors when it comes time to put flooring your home.
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Diverse wildlife and varied habitats make fishing near Payson, Arizona lakes an extraordinary adventure. If you like seclusion, cooler weather and a diversity of mother natures landscaping, then fishing on any of these lakes will leave you wanting more. From the scenic high country surrounded by pine forests, to the mass of Roosevelt Lake...there is something "Big" waiting for you.
One of the most enjoyed recreational past-times is taking your family and going camping. Whether you like to rough it, glamping or pulling your RV and you want to be close to lakes, streams, swimming holes and hiking trails then camping in Gila County is waiting for you to define your next adventure and come Explore the Wild!
The Payson Ranger District is located on all four sides of the town of Payson, and continues north to the Mogollon Rim. It consists of approximately 450,000 acres (approximately 182,000 hectares) of Chaparral, Pinyon-Juniper, and Ponderosa Pine types of vegetation. With hundreds of miles of trails, it is perfect for getting away.
Jeeping, OHV, UTV
Start with a 20-mile Sonoran vista across iconic Saguaro Cacti -- follow your choice of Forest Service Roads, Jeep trails or two-tracks through chaparral and pinon-juniper hills to our high elevation forests of ponderosa pine, fir, maple and aspen. Whether your chariot of choice is a Jeep, OHV or ATV – Gila County has well-graded dirt roads, 4WD trails, and rock-crawling 4X4 challenges.
Arizona’s Hunting reputation is world renowned, and much of that has to do with Gila County and its rugged yet beautiful landscape. This landscape is made up of 8 wilderness areas. It is in these wilderness ares that much of Arizona’s most desirable big game reside, such as world-class populations of elk and black bear, bighorn sheep (both desert and Rocky Mountain), white-tailed deer, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, mountain lion, wild turkey and javelina