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Top-rated cabins in Show Low

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Cabin in Show Low
Hairy Cow | Beautifully Remodeled Home | 39 Miles
Make this fully remodeled & stylish home your next vacation destination! House has a fully equipped kitchen, comfy beds, oversized shower, Smart TV, Pellet Fireplace, cozy furnishings and everything you need for that home away from home! The owners have spared nothing to ensure guests have a 5 star experience with all the bells & whistles. Conveniently situated close to all local attractions. Come enjoy the mountains of Show Low & the Sunrise Park Resort from the comfort of this lavish Airbnb! *
$91 per night
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Cabin in Show Low
Beautiful 2 Bedroom Torreon Cabin
Beautiful two bedroom two bath cabin in the highly sought after Torreon community! The cabin itself comes fully equipped with everything you need to feel right at home. There is a fully stocked kitchen, comfortable beds, wifi and even your own golf cart! This is the perfect place for a small family or group of friends to escape the Phoenix heat. Enjoy everything that the city of Show Low has to offer hiking trails, golfing, Sunrise Ski resort and much more as you explore the White Mountains.
$89 per night
Cabin in Navajo County
Cozy cabin with king bed near Rainbow Lake
Come enjoy the four seasons in our cozy Spruce Cabin in the largest stand of Ponderosa Pine trees. You will be close to everything when you stay at this centrally-located cabin. This cabin is near Rainbow Lake and a short distance from many area lakes. Outdoor activities include; hiking, mountain biking, cycling, fishing, kayaking and snow sports. You will have the entire cabin along with an outdoor area to enjoy grilling, dining, playing corn hole or relaxing by the firepit under the stars.
$89 per night
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Stay near Show Low's top sights

Photo of Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area
Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area19 locals recommend
Photo of Show Low City Park
Show Low City Park25 locals recommend
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The House87 locals recommend
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Safeway27 locals recommend
Photo of Torreon Golf Club
Torreon Golf Club21 locals recommend
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Licano's24 locals recommend

Show Low vacation rentals

Home in Show Low
Slade Gray | Updated |1 Mile to Fool Hollow Lake!
$103 per night
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Cottage in Show Low
Luxurious 1 bed + loft cozy cottage with WIFI
$94 per night
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Cottage in Show Low
Country cottage with a view
$83 per night
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Cabin in Show Low
NEW! Spacious Show Low Hideaway w/ Deck + Grill!
$176 per night
Cabin in Show Low
The Happy Haven - Cozy Cabin w/fireplace
$89 per night
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Cabin in Show Low
NEW! Cute & Cozy Abode, 3 Mi to Fool Hollow Lake!
$125 per night
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Cabin in Show Low
NEW! 'Peaceful Pines Cabin' 2 Mi to Fool Hollow!
$124 per night
Condo in Show Low
2 Bedroom, 2 Full Bath, Full size Washer/Dryer
$145 per night
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Condo in Show Low
NEW! Show Low Condo w/ Private Balcony & Views!
$125 per night
Cabin in Show Low
NEW!! The Cozy Hillside Hideaway! Year Round FUN!
$92 per night
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Cabin in Show Low
NEW! Show Low Cabin ~ 45Mi to Sunrise Mtn Ski Area
$145 per night
Cabin in Show Low
NEW Cabin- Patio w/ Fire Pit & Backs to Forest
$112 per night
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Your guide to Show Low

All About Show Low

Seated at a 6,400-foot elevation in the two-million-acre Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest northwest of the White Mountains, the town of Show Low offers a great base to explore Arizona’s natural beauty. The Fool Hollow Lake and Show Low Bluff Trails provide accessible paths where you can observe horses grazing the landscape, and various birds and wildlife in their natural environment, including mountain lions, elk, black bears, and bald eagles. Skiers and snowboarders of all experience levels will love the city’s proximity to some of the Southwest’s best ski areas.

Downtown Show Low is a growing center of commerce and recreation. Annual events transform this small mountain paradise into a packed festival, where the sound of local musicians and the smell of delicious home-cooked food fills the air. Local steakhouses, artisan shops, and cafes line Show Low’s main street, the Deuce of Clubs Ave., which legend claims was the winning card in a historic poker game that gave the town its name.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Show Low?

Show Low has a relatively mild four-season climate. Given the city’s proximity to the mountains, it’s no surprise that winter is the most popular time to visit. If you’re looking to ski or snowboard, December is the best time to get Show Low cabins, because the powder is deep and fresh. Spring stays relatively cold but is a great time to go exploring, thanks to low precipitation.

The city is warmest in summer, in time for the annual Show Low Days event in June, which features children’s games and the famous Derby Down the Deuce, where competitors race homemade derby cars down a closed-off section of Highway 60. Show Low’s off season is the fall because it brings colder weather but no snowfall. However, in September, Show Low hosts its annual competition where you can listen to local music and enjoy contestants’ edible entries.


What are the top things to do in Show Low?

The Show Low History Museum

A visit to the free Show Low History Museum is the best way to learn about the city’s culture. The local historical society has curated a self-guided visit through 16 rooms filled with an array of exhibits that tell the history of Show Low from 1100 A.D. up until the present day. Travel back in time by looking through books, artifacts and art created by Native American and non-Native residents.

Maverick Motorized Trail

The Maverick Trail for Motorized Vehicles, a 50-mile trail between Clay Springs and nearby Pinetop-Lakeside, is a great way to take in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. You can access the five trailheads with off-road motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), and off-highway vehicles (OHVs) during the summer months. In the winter, you’ll need snowmobiles and OHVs to ride the snow-covered paths.

Fool Hollow Lake

Fool Hollow Lake is one of three lakes in Show Low proper, but it feels completely separate from the city. A beautiful mountain backdrop overlooks this wooded pine area, home to herons, beavers and bobcats. You can also take a boat out on the lake or hike along the shore, all while breathing in that crisp, piney mountain air.

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