Bruce & Pam Wachter - 
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Pam Wachter, Assoc. Broker, Branch Manager
Bruce Wachter, Sales Associate

WEST USA REALTY - Pinetop AZ
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Pinetop, AZ Arizona, the White Mountains of Arizona's best-known and best-loved resort vacation area is the perfect haven for Phoenix-area residents to come up to and escape the triple-digit heat of "The Valley". But an ever-growing number of visitors from all over the country are deciding to make Pinetop AZ their own cool tall-pine vacation home haven, too, and buying Pinetop Arizona AZ real estate homes and cabins for sale.

Owning Pinetop AZ real estate - a home or cabin in White Mountains Pinetop Arizona - has many advantages. Fabulous golf courses, both private, semi-private, gated communities with their own special flare and flavor, shopping, restaurants, spas, tennis, horseback riding, and a multitude of out-door activities are all within easy reach.

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Pinetop AZ Activities Owning a Pinetop Arizona home gives you so many wonderful opportunities to explore the beautiful White Mountains of Arizona. The 1.6 million acres that make up the White Mountain Apache Tribe Reservation offer some of the finest and most picturesque camping opportunities in the U.S. The White Mountain TrailSystem offers endless opportunities for the hiker of any skill level. The abundance and variety of trails accommodate short brisk walks, long day hikes or overnight backpack trips. Take a peek at Apache-Sitgreaves Trails. Some of the best fishing in the Southwest is just a short drive into the High Country away.

Be sure to enjoy the fall colors in the White Mountains. Fall colors can "usually" be seen in mid-October. The small communities of Greer and Alpine offer some great viewing. Picnic Hill east of Alpine is favored by the locals.


After eight years of planning and very hard work, The White Mountains Arizona Trail System is complete. This achievement, The Trailsystem, is 108 miles of non-motorized multi-use loops, open to hikers, mountain bikers and campers. Cross-country skiers can also fully enjoy the Trailsystem when there is snow. Two final loops, Los Burros Trail and Ghost of the Coyote Trail, are now open for enjoyment. ATV-ers check out ATV-ing in the White Mountains.

Woodland Lake Park, located in the heart of Pinetop-Lakeside, is the central point of the White Mountains Trailsystem. The park has tennis courts, softball fields, multi-use trails, volleyball courts, ramadas, grills, playgrounds and more.
Woodland Lake in Pinetop-Lakeside AZ Woodland Lake in Pinetop AZ, itself, is open to fishing and boating. The lake is home to trout, crappie, bass and bluegill. The White Mountains contain more than 65 lakes and streams in the surrounding area, many of them have a large variety of species, including rare Native Apache trout, Arctic Grayling, pike, bass and more. Fishing opportunities include dock, shoreline and boat fishing, as well as fly fishing, pay-by-the-pound lakes and ice fishing in the winter. Other recreational opportunities continue throughout the winter when Pinetop welcomes thousands of skiers and boarders hitting the slopes at Sunrise Park Resort, the Southwest's largest ski area. Sunrise is located about 30 miles to the east of town. Pinetop is approximately 190 miles north of Phoenix, approximately a 4-hour drive.

PINETOP ARIZONA HISTORY


A Mormon Settlement started here in about 1888. Pinetop was first called Penrod after David Penrod, a local settler, in an area at the edge-most part of Fort Apache. The Penrods built and ran a saw mill here as early as 1891. The Post Office was established December 9, 1891, called Penrod. Although clearly an area of tall pines, how Pinetop got its name is a little murky. One of the stories is that a bachelor named Johnny Phipps ran a saloon to which black soldiers from Fort Apache would travel to; later, when Phipps died, a gentleman named Walt Rigney took over the saloon, and soldiers began calling the area "Pinetop", their nickname for Rigney. It is reported that Mr. Rigney's hair stood up in spiky tufts... However, the location is in tall pines near the top of the Mogollon Rim.

William L. Penrod and his family moved near Show Low in 1878, having arrived from Utah and settled in Phipps' house. The Post Office Dept. abandoned the name Penrod and accepted the name Pinetop. Until 1906 the residents were thirteen Penrod children. Post Office established as Pinetop, Jan 31, 1895.
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