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Old 06-10-2015, 01:10 PM   #1
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Apache Junction Az to Payson

Leaving Apache Junction tomorrow for Payson. Mapquest shows 60 West to exit 191 Ellsworth then North to HY 87N. My GPS will only go 60 West to exit 188 Power Road then N to 87N. Does anyone have any suggestions on which is best? 40 ft Motorhome with toad.

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While getting off the 60 at Ellsworth is shorter, you will run into way more traffic lights than if you were to go a little further west to Loop 202 and go right (north) to McDowell road. Get off at McDowell, go left (west) a tiny bit and turn right (north) onto Power Road. That will feed into Bush Highway which will eventually end at Beeline Highway. Turn right onto Beeline (87) and it will take you on into Payson. There is a little diner on the right just inside Payson that has some great chili.
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