Vacation rentals in White Mountains

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Cabin in Navajo County
#AzStoneCabin- Finest Luxury Cabin in Pinetop!
Are you ready for luxury in the tall pines? Experience the #AzStoneCabin, the finest luxury cabin in Pinetop- Lakeside! Tucked away in the woods of Pinetop with the most modern amenities and less than 30 minutes from Sunrise Ski Resort. This beautiful cabin sleeps up to 12 people with 3 bedrooms and a loft, full kitchen, and everything you need for your dream getaway in the woods. Book your trip to discover why many of our guests have said “This is the NICEST” AirBnB I have ever stayed at!”
Dec 10 – 17
$194 per night
4.93 out of 5 average rating, 200 reviews
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Cabin in Navajo County
Luna's Hideout - Enclosed Yard (no pet fee) 🐶
Prepare to be charmed by this little cabin nestled away in a quiet neighborhood in Lakeside. Thoughtfully furnished and fully outfitted, it's the perfect place to relax and unwind in a serene and beautiful pine tree setting. Inside you will find a space that has been designed with comfort in mind and excellent amenities. Additionally, we've taken special care to ensure a secure and delightful experience for our furry guests, with a fully enclosed backyard designed for their enjoyment and safety.
Aug 8 – 15
$118 per night
4.97 out of 5 average rating, 230 reviews
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Cabin in Show Low
The Happy Haven - Cozy Cabin w/fireplace
The Happy Haven is a newly decorated cabin in Showlow, Arizona! Just 3 hours from Phoenix, you and your family can escape to the white mountains to make new memories in the cool pines. The cabin is walking distance to hiking trails, a playground and only a mile from Fool's Hollow Lake! At the cabin enjoy drinking coffee on the deck, playing games and cooking in the well stocked kitchen. Enjoy the winter months with our cozy fireplace. NFL Sunday ticket included Follow us @happyhavenshowlow
Mar 30 – Apr 6
$117 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 121 reviews

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Other great vacation rentals in White Mountains

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Cabin in Lakeside
Cozy cabin 1 with king bed near Rainbow Lake
Nov 26 – Dec 3
$119 per night
4.98 out of 5 average rating, 166 reviews
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Cabin in Navajo County
Six Pines Lodge Work Remote w/ Pets - 2 FAB desks!
May 13 – 20
$121 per night
4.98 out of 5 average rating, 153 reviews
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Cabin in Show Low
Luxe family cabin: 2 Kings, bunks, arcade, slide!
Jul 14 – 21
$243 per night
4.99 out of 5 average rating, 121 reviews
Cabin in Navajo County
*Cute!* 30 Seconds to the Lake off the Back Porch!
May 1 – 8
$227 per night
4.81 out of 5 average rating, 112 reviews
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Condo in Pinetop
Pinetop Terrace - Clean 2 Bedroom unit in Pinetop
Jul 19 – 26
$96 per night
4.84 out of 5 average rating, 149 reviews
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Cabin in Greer
Big Bear Cabin at White Mountain Lodge
Apr 10 – 17
$121 per night
4.92 out of 5 average rating, 171 reviews
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Cabin in Navajo County
Cozy cabin in Pinetop, AZ
Apr 29 – May 6
$120 per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 166 reviews
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Cabin in Greer
2BR/1BA Cabin w/ Pond on Main St. Dog Friendly
Dec 29 – Jan 5
$132 per night
4.94 out of 5 average rating, 115 reviews
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Cottage in Show Low
Country cottage with a view
Feb 22 – Mar 1
$91 per night
4.88 out of 5 average rating, 137 reviews
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Cabin in Navajo County
Cozy Cabin in the Woods
Jan 27 – Feb 3
$60 per night
4.94 out of 5 average rating, 437 reviews
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Cabin in Greer
Little Colorado Cabin #3
Nov 7 – 14
$119 per night
4.91 out of 5 average rating, 228 reviews
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Cabin in Pinetop-Lakeside
Cozy Cub Log Cabin/1 Acre/Large Deck/Rustic/Quiet
Jun 2 – 9
$110 per night
4.83 out of 5 average rating, 387 reviews

Your guide to White Mountains

Welcome to White Mountains

Arizona’s White Mountains are home to an embarrassment of natural riches. The highest peak, Mount Baldy — so named for its largely unforested dome — towers more than 11,000 feet over the verdant two-million-acre Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. This spectacular package is perched on the Mogollon Rim, a 200-mile stretch of dramatic cliffs that offer panoramic views of the Arizona landscape. Fragrant stands of ponderosa pine, more than 50 alpine lakes and streams, and scenic trails make the White Mountains a nexus for fishing, hiking, and birdwatching. Among the feathered residents of these mountains are bald eagles and the rare three-toed woodpecker. In the winter, skiers and snowboarders arrive in droves to swoosh around the local ski resort. Outdoor recreation is the main draw of White Mountains, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t opportunities for relaxation, too. When you’re ready to rest your hiking boots, small mountain towns like Pinetop-Lakeside and Show Low beckon with antique shops, restaurants, and homegrown museums.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in White Mountains

Summer and winter are undoubtedly the favored seasons here, but the White Mountains are appealing year round. Due to the high elevation, this is an ideal escape during summer when temperatures soar in Arizona. Every June the sky above Pinetop-Mountain Lake fills with dozens of brightly colored hot-air balloons as the town celebrates the White Mountains Hot-Air Balloon Festival. In spring, wildflowers bloom, and in fall the leaves of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest turn vibrant shades of gold, orange, and red. The landscape transforms into a snowy wonderland every winter, and the mountains buzz with snow sports enthusiasts.

Top things to do in White Mountains

Fort Apache Historical Park

Much of the White Mountains are within White Mountain Apache tribal lands, which includes Fort Apache, a former military encampment built by the United States government in the late 19th century. Today the fort is a historical site run by the tribe alongside a museum that celebrates Apache culture and sells basketry, beadwork, and other arts. Four miles west of the fort you can visit the Kinishba Ruins, inhabited by the Zuni and Hopi people until 1400 A.D.

White Mountain Trail System

Starting in 1987, volunteers began carving out this wide-ranging trail system, which navigates territory around Pinetop-Lakeside and Show Low. The idea was to create a network of non-motorized trails made of increasingly large loops. This means you never have to pass the same sight twice.

Show Low Museum

This quirky little museum devoted to the history of the town of Show Low is filled with objects donated by the local community, including an old telephone switchboard, knife collections, taxidermy, and a homemade cannon built by a local antiques store owner who accidentally blew out the back of his store with it.

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