Take a look inside this log cabin located in Navajo County, Arizona, United States. The cabin can accommodate up to 6 guests with 2 bedrooms, beds, and 2 baths. Kick back and relax with this well-appointed 2-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom vacation rental cabin in Lakeside as your home base. This retreat boasts a rustic cabin interior, a fireplace to cozy up next to in the cooler months, a deck that’s perfect for enjoying your morning coffee, and an ideal location in proximity to Show Low Lake. Spend days boating on the lake, hanging out at the White Mountain Family Fun Park, practicing your swing at the Bison Golf Club, or exploring Show Low City Park. Bedroom one has a queen-sized bed, the second bedroom has a queen-sized bed, and the loft has 4 twin-sized beds.
Inside the cabin, you’ll find a Smart TV, fireplace, board games, ceiling fans, and dining table. The kitchen has a coffee maker, cooking utensils, Crockpot, dishware and flatware, microwave, spices, and toaster. Outside the cabin, there is a deck, charcoal grill, gas grill, fire pit, and picnic tables. The cabin has free WiFi, complimentary toiletries, a hair dryer, hangers, linens/towels, trash bags/paper towels, and window air conditioning units. The cabin has an exterior security camera (facing out), and a driveway with room for 5 vehicles.
Located in Navajo County, Arizona, United States there is plenty to see and do including outdoor activities such as the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest (surrounding), Mogollon Rim Trail (1.1 miles), Show Low Lake (1.2 miles), Rainbow Lake (3.5 miles), Woodland Lake Park (7.1 miles), and Fool Hollow Recreation Area (9.2 miles). Other things to do include the White Mountain Family Fun Park (1.6 miles), Show Low Historical Society (5.8 miles), Show Low City Park (6.3 miles), and Hon-Dah Casino (11.3 miles). Golf in the area includes the Bison Golf Club (7.1 miles), Torreon Golf Club (8.4 miles), Pinetop Lakes Country Club (9.6 miles), White Mountain Country Club (10.1 miles), and the Pinetop Country Club (11.2 miles). The following are some of the things you can do in the area.
Petrified Forest Nationalpark. Over 215 million years ago there was an alluvial area crossed by rivers. Fallen trees were buried by the floods under mud and silt. Due to the lack of oxygen, the decay slowed down and favored the storage of minerals, which preserved the wooden structures. Nature, geology, archaeology, paleontology, and even architecture meet at this high-desert park. Stretching for miles on both sides of Interstate 40 and located near the town of Holbrook in Northern Arizona, Petrified Forest National Park is a high-desert geologic treasure chest. You’ll see loads of petrified wood, not to mention eye-popping views of The Painted Desert, which sweeps through the park.
Artist’s Point. Hiking. You will have a fantastic panoramic view of the Monument Valley stone formations. Looking west, you will see Merrick Butte, Sentinel Mesa and East Mitten Butte, and some more distant peaks around Monument Pass. If you turn around, you see Spearhead Mesa, which is right next to you.
Heber. Bike Touring Highlight. Arizona isn’t just cacti and high deserts. This state is also covered with beautiful pine forests and preserved mountains. The city and county of Heber illustrate this perfectly.