The high country of Arizona is unlike any other part in the state, offering an ideal climate for year-round outdoor recreation and picturesque panoramas of stately mountains, dense forests, open meadows, sparkling lakes and fish-filled streams. The White Mountain region is perfect for a family vacation and for those looking for permanent residence. Businesses and industries of all kinds are also welcomed here, enjoying an array of benefits and top-notch resources.
Located in eastern Arizona, a short distance from the New Mexico border, the White Mountains stand as a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, and have for decades. Four seasons of recreation are found here, with camping, hiking, golfing, biking and water sports hailed as favorites in the warmer months, while the wintertime is great for skiing, ice fishing, snowmobiling and much more. The region is also home to truly fascinating views of native wildlife throughout the year and unique attractions such as the Casa Malpais Archaeological Ruins and the area’s petroglyph trails—among many others.
For those interested in staying inside, great shopping, dining, gaming, local museums and historical tours dot the map of this region’s mountain communities. The area’s cultural avenues are abundant as well, with such offerings as the Silver Creek Little Theatre, the White Mountain Symphony Orchestra, St. Johns Fine Arts, a number of galleries and plenty of festivals and special events.
Hoping to stay here for a lifetime? The White Mountain region is home to excellent public school districts, private and parochial schools and an exceptional institution of higher education. What’s more, the area’s healthcare options are plentiful, with the White Mountain Regional Medical Center and the recently improved and expanded Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center leading the way.
Come and enjoy the natural beauty and clean, crisp air of Arizona’s White Mountains, a destination for those in search of respite and plenty of outdoor activity. There’s no place like it!