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Shelly’s Chalet, A family friendly cabin

Indulge in the tranquility of escaping to the pines without giving up the comforts of home. This 4 bed/2 bath two-story cabin is situated on a wooded half acre nestled deep into the Pinetop Lakes Country Club community surrounded by pine trees and hiking trails. Cozy up next to the gas fireplace and enjoy the mountain sights and smells from the furnished and covered deck. Enjoy nature's beauty while being close to restaurants, shopping, golfing, and activities like horseback riding and skiing.

$101 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Navajo County
*Cute!* 30 Seconds to the Lake off the Back Porch!

Our cabin in this quiet Pinetop community is absolutely adorable! Just a 30-second walk from the private Jackson Lake, a perfect spot for fishing and crawdad catching with the little ones! The cabin has a fun rustic cottage vibe that will just plain make you smile. A great neighborhood to go on walks or bike rides, you'll also love the green grass and gardens in front and back, as well as the large private deck out back to sit back and enjoy the mountain evenings on!

$250 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Pinetop-Lakeside
New Listing: Pinetop Cabin w/huge porch & hot tub

This cozy cabin is everything you want in a White Mountain get away. 30 minutes from Sunrise Ski Resort. Nearby fishing like Rainbow Lake, A1 Lake, and Little Colorado River. Endless hiking and mountain biking trails. Walkable distance from Lion's Den (restaurant/bar/music venue), Munich Haus, and El Patron. Can't be more conveniently located, while feeling in nature at the same time. Just ask the deer & elk passing through the back yard!

$120 per night

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Luxe Pinetop Escape w/ Deck < 1 Mi to Golf Course!
$96 per night
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Family Friendly Pines Home 3 rooms/sleeps 8
$135 per night
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Updated Cozy Cabin Nestled in the Tall Pines - Fully Fenced Yard
$140 per night
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$89 per night
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Cloud9 Country Club living
$165 per night
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Your guide to Hawley Lake

Welcome to Hawley Lake

The summer camp vibes are strong at Hawley Lake. A jewel of the White Mountains, this 300-acre alpine wonder is ringed by majestic peaks and stands of spruce, pine, and aspen. Canoeing, kayaking, and sailing are popular pastimes on the lake — gas motors aren’t allowed, so once here you’ll be listening to the sounds of nature rather than powerboats. Anglers love this spot for its abundant trout, including brook, brown, and rare tiger trout. You can rent boats and pick up necessities at a rustic general store, and take your meals at the picnic benches dotting the lakeside. Opportunities for wildlife spotting abound, as hundreds of species call this range home, including Mexican wolves, elk, hummingbirds, and bald eagles. Serious relaxation is the main activity at tranquil Hawley Lake, but civilization isn’t far away. The mountain towns of Greer, Pinetop-Lakeside, and Show Low are all within driving distance and offer bistros, breweries, antique shops, and historical sightseeing.


How do I get around Hawley Lake?

The closest major airports to Hawley Lake, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) and Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG), are more than 200 miles away. The Show Low Regional Airport (SOW) is the closest to the lake, at an 80-minute drive. You’ll want a rental car to get to the lake and explore nearby. Arrange ahead of time for a rental company to bring a car to the Show Low airport, as there are no rental agencies on site.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Hawley Lake?

At an elevation of more than 8,000 feet, Hawley Lake is significantly colder than other parts of Arizona, making it a perfect summer destination. Visitors flock here to beat the heat, and the lake is lively with fishing enthusiasts, recreational boaters, and those who simply want to relax on the shady shoreline. Spring has its charms, too, as wildflowers bloom, but the season can also bring rain and cooler temperatures. In fall and winter, when temperatures dip, lake traffic grinds to a halt — sometimes quite literally, as roads are often closed due to snowfall. However, if the roads are open, and you have access to a four-wheel drive, you can try your hand at ice fishing on the frozen lake.


What are the top things to do in Hawley Lake?

Greer

About an hour’s drive from Hawley Lake, the little town of Greer packs a lot into its diminutive borders. You can enjoy scenic hikes along the Little Colorado River, which flows through the town, or pay a visit to the Butterfly Lodge Museum, a circa 1913 log cabin built of local ponderosa pine and Douglas fir. In June the town celebrates Greer Days, with events like a toy duck race.

Show Low Statue

Legend has it the town of Show Low got its name when two feuding ranchers sat down to a game of cards, agreeing that the one to pull the lowest card would get to remain in town, and the other had to leave. The winner pulled a deuce of clubs, and Show Low got its name. The game is immortalized with a bronze statue just off Deuce of Clubs Street. Ponder the power of a simple deck of cards, and then wander the town’s charming streets where you’ll find food, drink, and souvenir options.

Renee Cushman Museum

The Renee Cushman Museum, located an hour away in Springerville, features works collected by a wealthy rancher who lived in the town during the 1930s, and includes famous Renaissance paintings and antiques.