The Communities of The White Mountains
Show Low, Pinetop-Lakeside, Snowflake, Taylor, Navajo County and the White Mountain Apache Tribe welcome you to the recreation wonderland known as Arizona's White Mountains. Here, you'll find a wealth of recreational opportunities that await you. The largest stand of ponderosa pine graces this region of northeastern Arizona. Fishing, hunting and camping are plentiful throughout the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona State Parks, and the Fort Apache Indian Reservation.
From the quiet, cool beauty of our mountain air, to the rich cultures of our communities, there's always something for every member of the family. Take a trip to the White Mountains and experience a four seasons, cool mountain air, crystal-clear streams and lakes, as well as stunning vistas. Ski, tube or sled down snow-covered hills and then get warm by a fire in one of the area's lodges, hotels or resorts. Shop for antiques, tour the historic pioneer homes, visit local and Native American artisans or catch the thrill of casino gaming and big-name entertainment.
Arizona's White Mountains is the real West filled with storied pioneers, hard-working ranchers and authentic tribal people. Join us and discover True Arizona!