Well, maybe not, but they are getting hard to find.
This one makes total sense, however. The place is the Holly River State Park in West Virginia. The park is at the bottom of a narrow river valley where you would have trouble getting cell phone reception. More than that, it is close to, possibly in, the shadow of the Green Bank National Radio Telescope. This is a region of central West Virginia where cell phone transmission is not allowed because it would interfere with the radio telescope.
I like how the phone seems to be attached to a tree. If you look carefully between the trees, you can see water of a small river flowing right by the pay phone. At least the camera on my phone still worked so I could take this picture.