|The Tonto-Apache Indian Lands is in Northern Arizona, along State Highway 87 near Payson. The tribe is in Gila County. It is 100 miles northeast of Phoenix and 100 miles southeast of Flagstaff. The tribe has 100 members consisting of both the Yavapai and Apache Indians.|
A Congressional Act established the Tonto-Apache Indian Lands in October 1972. The Indian Lands covers 85 acres. The tribes have a small piece of land with their headquarters located in Payson at the foot of the Mogollon Rim.
The Tonto-Apache Indians are known for their beadwork and basketry.
The land hosts the Mazatzal Casino.