Welcome to Pinetop Bear Inn! The premier White Mountain Vacation rental Destination in northeast Arizona!
Pinetop Bear Inn is located in the heart of beautiful Pinetop, Arizona in the White Mountains... With 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, futon for extra guests, great room, and a library, Pinetop's Bear Inn is the perfect vacation destination, business retreat, family reunion location, or just a luxurious getaway! Relax and enjoy the porch swing overlooking tall stands of pine trees. (Enjoy Wireless Internet!)
Our rustic cabin style resort lodge in Pinetop, Arizona is just over a 2 hour drive from Phoenix and Tucson. Pamper yourself in the evenings at our beautiful mountain resort cabin while spending the days fishing, golfing, hiking, biking or horseback riding. Dine at historic Charlie Clarks Steakhouse, The Chalet, Kabuki, and the El Rancho,or select from a wide assortment of cuisines to satisfy your pallet.
Pinetop, AZ boasts the largest stand of Ponderosa Pine trees in the country.
Golf activities, locations, and information : The invigorating mountain air and scenic background make 18 holes in Pinetop-Lakeside a memorable experience. Visit one of the region's championship golf courses, featuring exquisite greens, surrounded by lush forests and the beautiful White Mountains.
Escape the desert's 112 degrees ... July and August offer cool summer breezes with temps in the mid '70s in the White Mountains. Perfect golfing weather on Ponderosa lined fairways. The chatter of birds, the smell of fresh pine, butterflies and squirrels adding to the just tooooo peaceful surroundings.
Lakes in Pinetop-Lakeside & White Mountains AZ: With more than 65 lakes and streams, the White Mountains is an angler's paradise. Many species of fish inhabit the waters, but trout are the big draw. Whether you want to camp, or you'd rather put up in a motel or lodge and take day trips to the lakes and streams, the area offers accommodations to suit every taste.
Both fishing and camping on the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation require permits, which are available at all reservation lakes with full facilities. You can also pick them up at Hon Dah, at the junction of State Routes 260 and 73.
Some sites are open year-round for fishing and camping, but many have stores and other facilities that don't open until varying dates in May, so it is advisable to call or write ahead.
Sunrise Ski Park - Summer & Winter activities: Sunrise Ski Park is open for the summer! Enjoy scenic lift rides, hiking, sight-seeing, and photography! Horseback riding is available nearby.
In the heart of Arizona's magnificent White Mountains, Sunrise Park Resort is a recreational paradise offering a wide range of fun and excitement. In winter, the three mountains offer some of the finest skiing in the Western United States. Our 65 runs promise adventure for skiers of any level. There is also a separate snowboarding area, cross country ski trails and a special children's 'ski-wee' area.
2-3 hours from Phoenix.
3-4 hours from Tucson.
Close to shopping, restaurants, casino.
Trail system in White Mountains is extensive and accommodates all types of hikers/walkers.
Trail to Woodland Lake is directly across Woodland Lake Road – short trail to paved trail around lake, also connects to several miles of trails between Woodland Lake and The Springs on Woodland Road (the walk from the house to the lake, around the lake and back is about a mile).
Short drive to other trails in forest outside of the Country Club area.
Sunrise Ski Slopes,
Big Lake and many other forest lakes and streams.
1 or 2 day trips:
Canyon De Chelly,
Other Activities: Dining at Historic Charlie Clarks Steakhouse - 4 blocks away