Show Low Meadow Trail

About a mile south of the SR260 junction with White Mountain Road is the Meadow Trail Trailhead. This natural hike is about 1.5 miles long currently (paved) and will eventually loop back around on the east side of Show Low Creek. A partnership with the Arizona Game and Fish Department stocks trout in the creek at several places near the trail during certain times of year! There are restrooms at the trailhead of this historically significant area of Show Low!

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Severnson Wildlife Trail
The Severnson Wildlife Trail is located 2 and a 1/2 miles north of Show Low on State Route 77. The handicapped-accessible trail includes a riparian environmental area and the Pintail Lake Wildlife Viewing Area. The viewing area provides outdoor classroom opportunities for students from nearby schools.

White Mountain Trail System
The White Mountains area is home to the White Mountain Trail System. The system was designed as a way to increase recreational opportunities for everyone who enjoys the forest through hiking, biking, and horseback riding. A series of loop trails and connectors, such as the 12-mile Buena Vista Trail located on the southwest border of Show Low, was constructed through a partnership with the US Forest Service, Pinetop-Lakeside TRACKS, and the Arizona State Parks Heritage Trails Fund.

For Additional Information
Additional information on this trail system may be obtained by contacting the Show Low Parks and Recreation Department at 928-532-4140.