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Show Low, Arizona

Show Low's rich heritage has created a thriving town that has prospered due to it's many resources and attractions. Pioneered by Native Americans and Mormons who settled the land, people today come from all over the country to discover the secret that residents have always known ... Show Low is a great place to live, to own a business, to work and to enjoy the wonderful recreational opportunities.

With so many recreation opportunities in the nearby Mogollon Rim country and White Mountains, Show Low has become an important year-round resort. Attractions include excellent trout fishing, hiking, camping, horseback riding, golf, scenic drives, big-game hunting, and skiing. The town of 9,200 (more than double in summer) sits on the pine-forested Mogollon Rim at an elevation of about 6,400 feet.

Show Low received its name from a poker game played in 1876. Corydon Cooley, a noted Indian scout, and his partner, Marion Clark, established a 100,000-acre ranch here in 1870, but found the place wasn't big enough for both of them. Agreeing to settle their differences with a game of cards, they sat down at Cooley's kitchen table for a game of "seven up." The two played through the night until finally Clark said, "Show low and you win." Cooley pulled out an unbeatable deuce of clubs and took the ranch. Several years later, Mormons bought the property, and their church now occupies the gaming site. Show Low's main street took its name, Deuce of Clubs, from the winning card.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Show Low Country Club

Show Low Country Club is open year round with 18 holes of grass fairways and bentgrass greens. This par 70

Show Low, AZ Golf Courses


Thunder Raceway

Thunder Raceway features some of Arizona's best 1/4 mile dirt track racing. Racing begins in April and runs through September. Saturday Night Races features Modifieds, Pro Stocks, Dwarf Cars, &

Show Low, AZ Speedways

Fools Hollow Lake Recreation Area

The Fools Hollow Lake Recreation Area was created by a private/public partnership in 1988, with construction beginning in the fall of 1991. The 140

Show Low, AZ Recreation


Things to do near Show Low, AZ

Old Elks Lodge Building

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Clifton Historic Downtown District

Clifton has approximately 45 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places that are among the best pres...

Shoofly Indian Archaeological Site

A self-guided tour through this ancient village site will show you how the native people lived here between AD 1000 and 1250....

Show Low Country Club

Show Low Country Club is open year round with 18 holes of grass fairways and bentgrass greens. This par 70 course with distin...

Taylor Cemetery

Graves in Taylor Cemetery are buried under rows of towering spruce. Pioneers were told spruce trees could not be transplanted...