Holidays - Events
June 1 - August 6
August 7 - October 23
October 24 - May 31
The Ranch - 2800 SF - a private setting with panorama skyline views. The ranch house is situated on a bluff, overlooking a beautiful valley which runs through the town of Show Low (Town on other side of valley). During warmer months, horses, llamas and cattle graze on the green meadow grass. The view is lovely. Three fishing lakes are within a 8 - 10 minute drive from the Ranch. The Ranch house features:
- Spacious Living Room
- Wood Burning Fireplace
- Dining Room - Seating for 10 guests
- Kitchen - fully equipped eat-at breakfast bar and granite counter tops
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Baths
- Cable TV, DVD
- Charcoal BBQ
- Jungle Gym with slide and swing for the little ones
- Accommodates 2 - 12 Guests
Our posted rates are per night and based on up to 4 guests. For each additional guest, add $15 per night. Taxes and fees are not included. All accommodations are smoke free. No smoking near barn. The Ranch is Pet Friendly.
Local History: Between the base of the bluff and the pastures is a lane which was the old stage coach road. The stage coach traveled from Holbrook to White River. The first stop for weary travelers and horses was at a little house called the White House - located at the top of one of our pastures. After a good night's rest the horses were hooked up to the stage coach, the people climbed back in and they continued their journey through Pinetop and then on down to White River. The Show Low Historical Museum offers a video of the settlement of Show Low and our ranch is featured in the video. The museum is located on the main street, Deuce of Clubs, across from the Sonic Drive-In.
The biggest highlight for our guests, especially children, is feeding the horses and llamas. Feed "Carrots Only" and be sure "No Fingers are Sticking Up --- PLEASE!! For your safety, our guests are restricted from entering barn and Santa Fe railroad car unless owner is present. Do not open pasture or barn gates. We come to feed 2x's a day and invite you, at this time, to come down and lend the cowboy/cowgal a helping hand.