|Facilities: There are no facilities provided at Brody Seep Trail. Gas, food, and lodging can be found in Payson.|
Best Time To Visit: Brody Seep Trail is open spring through fall, depending on the weather.
Fees: No fee is charged.
Rules: Neither motorized or mechanized transport are permitted on this trail. The maximum group size is 15; the maximum amount of saddle or pack animals of any kind is 15 per group.
Directions: To reach Brody Seep Trail from Payson, travel south on State Highway 87 (the Beeline Highway) to Forest Road 419. Follow Forest Road 419 for 4.7 miles to the trailhead. Take Barnhardt Trail west to the Mazatzal Divide Trail. From here to reach tho north end of the Brody Seep Trail go north on Mazatzal Divide Trail, to reach the south end go south on the Mazatzal Divide Trail.
Map: Click here for a map to Brody Seep Trail
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted for Brody Seep Trail.