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Rare LAKE HOME IN THE MOUNTAINS! Wall of windows that overlook...

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 1523   Year: 1979 Acres: 0.310  

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 2163   Year: 1990 Acres: 0.710  

Lake Privileges await you! It's time to escape the hot summers...

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 2545   Year: 1999 Acres: 0.230  

Introducing this charming 2 bed, 1 bath home built in 2022...

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 1008   Year: 2022 Acres: 0.210  

This property is perfect in so many ways!!! It is great for...

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 784   Year: 1995 Acres: 0.250  

Charming well taken care of 1 bedroom, 2 bathroom ''move in...

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 784   Year: 2004 Acres: 0.060  

ONE OF THE NEWEST PARK MODEL AVAILABLE FOR SALE ASKING 164K OR...

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 385   Year: 2010 Acres: 0.060  

Welcome home and enjoy your this lovely, 1 bed/1 bath home...

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 500   Year: 2000 Acres: 0.060  

AMENITIES GALORE. YEAR ROUND RESORT NORTH OF SHOW LOW...

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 396   Year: 1988 Acres: 0.060  

This is your chance to own property on White Mountain Lake. A...

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Lakefront  Lot

White Mountain Lake, Arizona

Acres: 0.260  

Amazing property sitting directly on White Mountain Lake with...

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Lakefront  Lot

Show Low, Arizona

Acres: 0.200  

One of the few waterfront lots available. in the Show Low area...

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Show Low, Arizona

Acres: 0.270  

One of the few waterfront lots available. in the Show Low area...

White Mountain Lake 

Lakefront  Lot

Show Low, Arizona

Acres: 0.270  

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Show Low, Arizona

Acres: 0.350  

Build Your Dream home on the level lot near by White Mountain...

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Show Low, Arizona

Acres: 1.000  

Beautiful lot on Silver Creek with lake priveleges on the only...

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 980   Year: 1973 Acres: 0.230  

Great opportunity! Needs some TLC but has some great...

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Show Low, Arizona

Sq Ft: 784   Year: 1980 Acres: 0.260  

Embrace the allure of this pristine land parcel, situated along...

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Lakefront  Lot

Show Low, Arizona

Acres: 0.220  

A BEAUTIFUL .41 ACRE OF LAND WITH GREAT VIEWS OF THE AREA! This...

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Show Low, Arizona

Acres: 0.410  

A BEAUTIFUL .49 ACRE OF LAND WITH GREAT VIEWS OF THE AREA! This...

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Show Low, Arizona

Acres: 0.490  
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White Mountain Lake Information


White Mountain Lake is Arizona's largest private lake at almost 350 acres and is just a few minutes from Show Low, Arizona.
Are Jet Skis permitted on White Mountain Lake? Yes
Can you Swim in White Mountain Lake? Yes swimming is allowed, beach on west shore of lake.
What is the Water Quality at White Mountain Lake? Cloudy, water flows into lake from Silver Creek which has (3) year around springs
What is the Average water level variance at White Mountain Lake? Water level variance is 10 feet.
Are Boat Docks permitted at White Mountain Lake? At this time the lake has two public docks and one available for seasonal slip rental.
Are Power Boats permitted at White Mountain Lake? Power boats are permitted, no horsepower limit.
What is the Lake Depth at White Mountain Lake? Depth, 24 - 36 feet
What are the Nearby Cities to White Mountain Lake? Show Low - 10 miles
What is the Closest Airport to White Mountain Lake? Airport, Show Low, 10 miles, (2) fights daily to Phoenix. Great lakes Airlines
What are the Building restrictions at White Mountain Lake? Property close to lake are site built only homes, minimum 1000 sf foot print.

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Fishing Information

Networks Handmade Landing Nets Karl Larson, Craftsman, P.O. Box 90863, White Mountain Lake, Arizona 85912-0863, (928) 532-1690

White Mountain Bait & Tackle 1300 W Mcneil, Show Low, AZ 85901-5724, (520) 537-2402




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Boating Information

Boat & Canoe Rental

Hawley Lake Mcnary, AZ 85930, (520) 335-7511

Rainbows End Resort 2677 Trout Rd, Lakeside, AZ 85929, (520) 368-9004

White Mountain Apache Tribe Mcnary, AZ 85930, (520) 335-7511




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Camping Information

JUNIPER RIDGE RV RESORT 1911 JUNIPER RIDGE RESORT, WHITE MOUNTAIN LAKE AZ 85912, 520-537-4805

Parks

Round Valley Recreation Center.

Show Low Parks & Recreation (520) 537.2800.

Snowflake City Park - 1 block west of Main Street. Taylor City Park - 7 blocks west of Center Main.

Woodland Lake Park - Woodland Lake turnoff, off SR 260 (2 lighted diamonds).




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Local Area Businesses

Silver Creek Golf Club - Semi-Private 2051 Silver Lake Blvd, White Mountain Lake, Arizona 85901, (520) 537-2744

Show Low, the commercial and tourism hub of the White Mountains, was established in 1870 and incorporated in 1953. Located in southern Navajo County at an elevation of 6,400 feet, the city is 175 miles northeast of Phoenix and 195 miles north of Tucson. Show Low received its name when C. E. Cooley and Marion Clark decided there was not enough room for both of them in their settlement. The two men agreed to let a game of cards decide who was to move. According to the story, Clark said, "If you can show low, you win." Cooley turned up the deuce of clubs and replied, "Show low it is."

Show Low offers many year-round recreational opportunities and points of scenic interest. The Apache Sitgreaves National Forest, with 58 campgrounds, trails, and pristine lakes, surrounds the city. The scenic White Mountain and Mogollon Rim areas are also nearby for campers and fishermen. Arizona's only covered bridge is located in Pinedale, 15 miles west of Show Low. Apache, Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni Indian Reservations are nearby. The city has a new indoor aquatic center, five 18-hole golf courses within 20 miles, and numerous motel and RV accommodations.

Boating and fishing are popular in many lakes and streams in the area, including Rainbow Lake, Show Low Lake, White Mountain Lake, and Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area. Snow skiing is available at Sunrise Park Resort on the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation.

Pinetop-Lakeside is an incorporated community located in the scenic White Mountains of Arizona. Founded in the early 1880s by Mormon pioneers, Lakeside derived its name from the area's lakes, and Pinetop derived its name from the nickname of a saloon keeper who served the Fort Apache soldiers. The two communities incorporated as one town in 1984. Pinetop-Lakeside, at an elevation of 7,200 feet, is known for its extensive tourism and recreational activities, proximity to the world's largest stand of ponderosa pine, and for an outstanding quality of life. From Phoenix, U.S. 60 through the scenic Salt River Canyon or state Highway 260 through Payson will lead to Pinetop-Lakeside.

Pinetop-Lakeside is surrounded by the natural beauty of the White Mountains, the Apache/Sitgreaves National Forest and the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation. Hiking, biking, and horseback riding are popular recreational activities on the over 180 miles of developed multi-use trails, which are part of the White Mountain Trails system. The area was ranked third best Trail Town in 1996 by the American Hiking Association.

Hunting and fishing are also popular recreational activities, and picnic and camping facilities are provided throughout the area. The reservation alone has more than 300 miles of streams and 26 major lakes. (A special use permit is needed on the reservation.) Rainbow, brown and brook trout are the primary fish caught in the numerous public, and one private, fishing lakes in the area.

A winter sports complex, Sunrise Park Resort, located 30 miles east of Pinetop-Lakeside on the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation, attracts skiers from around the southwest as well as internationally with its well-developed slopes and facilities.

Pinetop-Lakeside is noted for its golf courses and Woodland Lake Park with its excellent recreational facilities. Cross-country skiing, sledding, snowmobiling and ice fishing can be enjoyed during the winter.

Immediately south of Pinetop-Lakeside is the Mogollon Rim. The Rim is a steep escarpment ranging from 1,000 to 2,000 feet in height, which separates Arizona's northern plateau region from the lower deserts of central and southern Arizona.




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