Show Low, Snowflake, Taylor, Navajo County, Summit Healthcare, and the White Mountain Apache Tribe make up what 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.
Most of the people that head up that way want to go for the fishing. Now with that being said, a valid Arizona fishing license is required at all state lakes and streams. Licenses are managed by the Arizona Department of Game and Fish and can be purchased online at www.azgfd.gov or from an approved dealer.
More about the fishing here!
The White Mountains offer full days of cool fun. The region is a magnet for golfers from throughout the southwest and boasts summer temperatures in the low 80’s.
More golfing information here!
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