Established in 1870, Show Low was Incorporated in 1953.  Show Low as all the modern day conveniences, yet still retains that "Old West Arizona" feel.  Show Low was named after a turn of a card, and to this day, a card game is used to decide the winner of a tied election.  Show Low is considered the commercial HUB of the White Mountains.  At 6200 ft, temperatures average 30 degrees cooler than Phoenix and Tucson. 


Show Low is approximately 180 miles from Phoenix and Tucson, and only 80 miles from Payson and Globe.








Show Low is Tucked along the edge of the worlds largest stand of Ponderosa Pines, surrounded by the Apache Sitgreaves National Forest.  The views are breathtaking from every direction.  There are 48 local area fishing lakes within minutes of Camptown, the lakes are stocked with rainbow trout, bass, catfish, etc.  Show Low offers an indoor aquatic center, and pool with daily classes and its open all year. 


Sunrise Ski Resort at White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation & Hondah Casino is a scenic 20 minute drive.


Show Low is a full service City.  It offers a local airport with airline service to Phoenix 3 times daily as well as other out of state flights.


Show Low has a State accredited Northern Pioneer Community College as well as Northern Arizona University undergraduate & graduate programs.


Summit Regional Hospital, a top recognized hospital, with its new expanded and beautiful Emergency Room and First Class Hospital, is located within minutes from Camptown.


The City of Show Low has many activities throughout the year, including Show Low Days, Car Shows, Concerts in the Park, and Show Low Parades and Light Shows during Holiday Celebrations.


Show Low is a Small, yet Charming Community.  Residing in Show Low is a wonderful experience everyone should have at least once in their lifetime!   Many of us live in this Community by Choice, not because we have to...






~Here's A Few Pictures of our Beautiful Park ~

Camptown Area Information



A Bit of Interesting History & Facts

about Show Low in North Eastern Arizona ~