The Legendary Poker Game of Show Low Vacation Rentals
Legend has it Show Low, Arizona was named after a marathon poker game which occurred between C.E. Cooley and Marion Clark. At Show Low vacation rentals, you could recreate this famous poker game or just enjoy the scenery. Show Low lodging is found in east central Arizona bordering the Fort Apache Indian Reservation. While you cannot go on the reservation, you can see the land as well as the Apache National Forest which is where
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When Staying at Show Low Vacation Rentals You Can Learn the Roots of Show Low
The residents of the city are very proud of their beginnings based on a poker game. The two men felt there was not enough room in the settlement for both of them so they decided to play a game to determine who could stay. Clark was recorded as having said “if you can show low you win.” Cooley then showed the deuce of clubs as the lowest possible card in a deck. Cooley stated “show low it is,” and thus the name of the town. In honor of the game, when you drive from Show Low vacation rentals into town, you will be driving on the “Deuce of Clubs."
Recreational Adventure Abounds near Show Low Lodging
Show Low lodging and the town itself is found on the Mogollon Rim, allowing for numerous recreational activities. Fishing, horseback riding, hiking, and camping are all possible. If you have children, you might consider Show Low vacation rentals outside of town. Some of the Show Low cabins have plenty of yard space which would allow your children to do a little camping and leave you comfortably indoors. A main recreation spot is Fool Hollow Lake, where boating and fishing are possible.
Show Low lodging is close to town if you want a break from recreation for a little education. The Show Low Historical Society Museum is less than 10 minutes from most Show Low cabins where turn-of-the-century artifacts are on display. They also have numerous Native American pieces at the museum.
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