A Perfect Stay and a Perfect Wedding
This review is LONG overdue. My husband and I got married in September 2015. We had our wedding and reception at Catch-A-Trout. We also had the pleasure of staying in the cabin for three nights. Planning a wedding from 3 hours away isn’t easy, so it’s not a surprise that there were a few miscommunications in regard to some of the details, especially because so many parties were involved (my mom, my dad, me, and Brenda and Randy-the owners). However, once we all got on the same page, everything worked out to our advantage. When we arrived at the cabin, Randy and Brenda were very accommodating. They explained where we could park (right by the cabin), and allowed us to use their extra refrigerator for the food we were preparing for the wedding. The cabin was fully stocked with just about anything and everything we needed including an extensive about of kitchen necessities. The cabin was clean and beautiful. The internet and cell phone reception is a little spotty, but it is everywhere in that area of Payson. Randy and Brenda were available for us for anything we needed and made sure that we were satisfied with our stay. During our stay, a young girl was injured by a boy on the premises. Her parents blamed Catch-A-Trout for the injury, but since we were able to see everything outside our cabin window I can say that Catch-A-Trout had absolutely nothing to do with the injury, which was as I previous stated, caused by a malicious little boy instead of the campus. Before the wedding, Randy mowed the grass and cleaned up the already beautiful property so that it would be picture perfect for our wedding. During our wedding, Randy and Brenda checked in to help us with anything we needed (this was an early morning, weekday wedding and they were still willing to accommodate us) and allowed us to enjoy the celebration with our guests, although we invited them several times to join us because we appreciated the treatment they gave us. Randy and Brenda take a lot of pride in their campus and the work they have put into it, and they expect their guests to do the same. Knowing the work they put into Catch-A-Trout, my family did our best to respect their property and encourage our guests to do the same (although I believe our guests still could have been more respectful of the beauty of the property and the residents of the cabin-which was my family, but that’s on us and not on Catch-A-Trout). If a family is willing to respect the property and all it has to offer, thi

January 2016
Charming Log Cabin on Beautiful Tonto Creek
Charming Log Cabin on Beautiful Tonto Creek
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