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Wondrous White Mountains, Arizona Destination

Spend quality time in Pinetop, AZ, which is situated more than 7,000 feet above sea level in the scenic White Mountains. Families with kids, couples, and all nature lovers will be drawn to this distinctly unique destination. Activities abound all year long, including fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, water skiing, bird-watching,golfing, snowboarding and downhill skiing. You'll also have an opportunity to explore ancient ruins, an expansive national park and historic landmarks.
Casa MalpaisCasa Malpais
A National Historic Landmark, Casa Malpais (“House of the Badlands”), offers incredible views of the White Mountains along with the Little Colorado River's Round Valley. Outdoor recreational activities include windsurfing, water skiing and fishing at Lyman Lake State Park. All the while you'll be surrounded by acres and acres of national forest filled with tall pines and local residents , like antelope and elk.
418 E. Main Street,
Springerville, AZ

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Fort Apache National Historic LandmarkFort Apache National Historic Landmark
Run by the White Mountain Apache Tribe, the Fort Apache features the Nohwike Bagowa Museum. Visitors will encounter a wide variety of permanent exhibits, impressive historical information, all types of cultural interpretation and a gift shop. The museum, which means “House of Our Footprints,” is open for business every weekday all year and weekends from May to September.
201 E Walnut Street,
Whiteriver, AZ

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The casino's name translates to “be my guest” or “welcome” and Hon-Dah certainly fits that description. Located just a short drive from Pinetop and operated by the White Mountains Tribe, Hon-Dah Casino makes guests feel right at home with an excellent selection of table games and slot machines. There is also nightly entertainment, everything from top-notch comedy to great music. And there's never a cover charge.
777 Highway 260,
Pinetop, AZ

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Kinishba RuinsKinishba Ruins
An awe-inspiring archaeological site, this attraction is considered to be ancestral land belonging to the Zuni and Hopi peoples. Overseen by the White Mountain Apache Tribe, this site is comprised of former pueblo villages that were originally constructed as far back as the 1100's. Occupying land on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, Kinishba is the most accessible of the twenty major ruins in the region.
Fort Apache, AZ

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Petrified Forest National ParkPetrified Forest National Park
Once you see the plethora of petrified wood, you'll know just how this national park got its name. Covering an impressive 146 square miles, Petrified Forest is a combination of semi-desert and badlands. In fact, the northern part of the forest makes its way into the renowned Painted Desert. There is so much to see and do in this stunning destination, half of which is designated wilderness, such as hiking, backpacking, and birding.
1 Petrified Forest Rd,
Holbrook, AZ

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