Show Low Lodge Location805 E. Whipple Directions to the Lodge:
As you enter Show Low city limits driving East on US Highway 60, the street name is the Deuce of Clubs, turn right on West Whipple, the first street after the traffic light as you enter town. Proceed approximately 1.5 miles, the lodge is located on the right side of the road.
Driving South on State Route 260 (Street name is Clark Rd in Show Low): At the intersection/traffic signal of US Highway 60, turn left. The first right turn is West Whipple, proceed approximately 1.5 miles, the lodge is on the right side of the road.
Westbound on US Highway 60 (Deuce of Clubs): Turn left on Central Ave., proceed to Four-Way Stop at Whipple, turn left, proceed approximately 1 mile. Lodge on the Right side of the road.
The City of Show Low, established in 1870, incorporated in 1953, and located at an elevation of 6,411 feet, Show Low sits in the largest stand of Ponderosa Pine in the United States. It is 175 miles northeast of Phoenix and 195 miles north of Tucson. Show Low offers panoramic views, good fishing in mountain lakes and streams, and miles of wilderness for hiking, camping, cycling, horseback riding and downhill and cross-country skiing. It also features unique shops and fine, as well as casual, dining at many restaurants. Show Low is the business hub of the White Mountains, with a population (2000 Census) of 8000 year-round residents. During the summer months, when people escape the heat of Arizona's desert climes, Show Low is home to an additional 10,000 citizens.
Show Low Elks Lodge Lounge
Monday - Saturday 11:00 a.m. - closing Closing time is left to the discretion of the bartender. Sunday: 9am - 9pm May 19 to Oct. 13 9am - 6pm Oct. 14 - May 18 Happy Hours: Mon - Fri 11am-1pm & 4-6pm 25 Cents off of all drinks. Lounge includes:
Friday Night Bingo
The Club Café (Lodge Kitchen)
Twenty full RV hookups (electric, sewer & water) available in the cool pines. Camp host on site. Only $20 per night and a maximum stay of 14 days. Make your seasonal travel plans and include a stay at one of the Show Low Lodge's beautiful campsites in the Ponderosa Pines of the White Mountains.
Horse Shoe Pits
Located near the Lodge Pavilion & Campground, the lodge boasts over a half dozen well-maintained horse shoe pits. Tournaments are held often throughout the late Spring, early Fall, and Summer months.
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