All trails are currently open. Please be prepared for rapidly changing trail conditions and possible trail closures based on monsoon activity.
Latest possible park entry is 4:00 p.m. Anna Mae, Gowan, Pine Creek, and Waterfall Trails close at 4:00 p.m. The paved path and all viewpoints remain open until 5:00 p.m. Pets are allowed on the paved path and viewpoints and restricted from all other trails.
Fire restrictions have been lifted. Charcoal grilling is allowed.
Goodfellow Lodge is not currently available for overnight stays.
Tonto Natural Bridge State Park offers a different experience during each of the four seasons.
Spring brings colorful blossoms to the park's pear, apple, apricot and plum trees. Typically, April provides the perfect combination of mild temperatures and blooms. It's a great month to visit.
In the summer, temperatures average the mid-90s during the day and dip down to the upper 50s at night. During June and July, the park's temperature reaches 100 degrees a few times. Remember, the sun is more intense at higher altitudes so it may feel even hotter to those visiting from the low desert. Summer thunderstorms begin around July 4th and can continue through mid-September. Thunderstorms can drop over 3” of rain very quickly so use caution if you are hiking in or near the creek bed.
October and November are also a wonderful time to visit the park. Highs in October average in the mid-70s; evening temperatures are in the 40s. In November you may encounter light snows. Highs are typically in the 60s. Fall comes late to this hidden valley; the changing spectrum of fall colors appear in mid to late November.
Winter months see an average of 24” of snow, which melts rather quickly. Winter temperatures average in the high 50s to low-to-mid 20s.
Below is a listing of average daily temperatures and monthly precipitation:
|January||54° F||25° F||2.33"|
Note: Weather data is provided as a general guide only. Arizona State Parks assumes no responsibility for any loss resulting from the use of this information.