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Arizona's White Mountains and Fort Apache
The communities of Show Low, Pinetop-Lakeside, Snowflake, Taylor, Springerville, Eagar, St. Johns and
Heber-Overgaard welcome you to this rugged wilderness area. Rich with history and heritage of ancient indian and pioneer families that lived in this region, you'll enjoy such activities as the
Trail of Many Tracks,
a historical driving tour, the 17 acre Casa Malpais ruins, the Rattlesnake Point Ruin and Petroglyph Trail, Apache County Historical Museum and
Pistols, Plows and Petticoats
" Historic Driving Tour.
Enjoy a stroll around Snowflake's Historic Pioneer Homes in its historic district, pop into Show Low's Historical Museum and learn about how a card game got this town its name.
Visit Fort Apache, originally established in 1870 as a military outpost, Fort Apache is today a historic park
listed on the register of National Historic Places. Fort Apache has a place in
the rich history of the old west, having served as the staging place for
soldiers in pursuit of famous Apache bands led by Geronimo and Cochise