Lodge at 5600 is a Pine, AZ hotel and lodge with eight rustic rooms, beautiful grounds and stunning views. All rooms have private patios/decks with spectacular views of the Mogollon Rim, the quaint town of Pine, and Strawberry Mountain.

The Lodge hosts various music, food, wine, beer and crafts events.  Click here for the calendar of events.

The Bear Room bed, balcony and fireplace at our Pine, Arizona hotel
Soak up the fresh air and connect with the wildlife.

Find Amazing Amenities in Our Luxurious Rooms

Everything Needed for a Relaxing Getaway

Inside the Lodge at 5600, our Pine, AZ lodging amenities include an electric floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace with native juniper mantels, live edge juniper nightstands and headboard with pendant reading lights, ceiling fan, can lighting, clear glass ceiling table light, 50” TV above the fireplace and in-room bars with sink and refrigerator. Our ensuite bathrooms feature ample counter spacer, showers with rain heads and zero curb entrance.

Soak up the fresh air and connect with the wildlife.
Lodge at 5600 in Pine, AZ
lawn with tables and umbrellas

Discover Relaxing Outdoor Spaces to Enjoy

On-site Games, Activities and Seating Areas

Outside, there is an expansive yard for guests with a private pergola, turf game area with pergola, cornhole, oversized Connect 4 and Jenga, Left Right Center, croquet and doggy waste station (which is our dog-friendly area for our pet-friendly rooms). There is also free parking just steps from your door. In addition, there is an open-air pavilion available to rent for your private event.

From time to time we have food trucks, street fairs, local musicians, a big Christmas celebration, and other events to celebrate the summer holidays. One of our favorite events is the Strawberry Festival, featuring homemade ice cream and everything related to strawberries.

Entrance to the Tonto Natural Bridge in Arizona

Take Joy in the Journey

Don't Miss These Points of Interest
  • Payson has a great Visitors Center on the corner of HWY 260 & Main with a wealth of info about the area. Visit the Swiss Village and the cute shops along HWY 87.
  • The Tonto Natural Bridge is a wonderful stop on your way up from the east side of the valley as you’re driving up the Beeline on HWY 260. (No dogs permitted.)
  • Coming up Hwy 17, take the General Crook exit and stop at Sweet Peas for some great antique shopping. Stop in Camp Verde, a cute town filled with a variety of restaurants, bars and stores. From there, HWY 87 brings you through Rim Country into Strawberry and Pine.