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Springerville, Arizona

Springerville, Arizona

Located in Northeastern Arizona, the Town of Springerville is at the heart of the growing southwest. Originally established in 1879, Springerville sits at an elevation of 7,000 feet. Growing around Henry Springer’s trading post, the town was incorporated in 1948. Along with it’s neighbor Eagar, both communities reside in the Round Valley.

Springerville offers a broad range of facilities to its residents, including a library, museum, and numerous athletic facilities. Springerville is also home to Casa Malpais, a nationally recognized archeological ruins.

Combined with a mild climate and proximity to a wealth of outdoor recreation year round, ranging from hunting and fishing to winter skiing, Springerville is a haven for recreational enthusiasts in Arizona and New Mexico.

Whatever your reason—the exceptional recreational opportunities, a strong workforce, low cost of living, or quiet, hometown atmosphere—you’ll find Springerville an ideal location to grow a business or a family.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Madonna of the Trail

The Madonna of the Trail is one of twelve statues placed across the country in the 1930's to honor the Spirit of the Pioneer Woman. The 10

Springerville, AZ Arts

Raven Site Indian Ruins

Raven Site sits majestically above the Little Colorado River in the White Mountains area of Arizona. The prehistoric pueblo has revealed two kivas and more than 800 rooms. Occupied as early as A.D. 100 thru A.D. 1450

Springerville, AZ Archaeology

Casa Malpais Indian Ruins

Casa Malpais, or "House of the Badlands", in the CASA MALPAIS ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK is surrounded by unusual beauty on a rim of volcanic rock overlooking the Little Colorado River's Round Valley. A breathtaking view of the White Mountains lies to the south.

Springerville, AZ Archaeology



Things to do near Springerville, AZ

Historic Homes Tour

Many of the homes of the first generation of settlers still remain in a habitable condition with their original decorations a...

Greenlee County Historical Museum

The Greenlee County Historical Museum displays interesting memorabilia from the surrounding area. Visitors will discover Supr...

Petrified Forest National Park

Best known for globally significant Late Triassic fossils, the park attracts many researchers. Geologists study the multi-hue...

Rock Art Ranch

Rock Art Ranch Offers a variety of experiences for the most avid adventure or the most casual tourist. The ranch, stuated in...

Lyman Lake State Park

Lyman Lake was Arizona\\\'s first recreational state park. Encompassing a shoreline of 1500 acres, there are no boat restrict...