Heritage Inn Bed and Breakfast
161 North Main Street, Snowflake, Arizona, United Stateshttp://www.heritage-inn.net+1 928 5363322
State & National Parks
Petrified Forest National Park
1 Park Road, Holbrook 86028http://www.nps.gov/pefo/index.htm(928) 524-6228Petrified Forest was set aside as a national monument in 1906 to preserve and protect the petrified wood for its scientific value. It is recognized today for having so much more, including a broad representation of the Late Triassic paleo-ecosystem, significant human history, clear night skies, fragile grasslands ecosystem, and unspoiled scenic vistas.
Canyon de Chelly National Monument
http://www.nps.gov/cach/planyourvisit/index.htm(928) 674-5500Located about 120 miles from Snowflake. It is doable to make this a day trip. We recommend taking a tour into the Canyon and have information on tour guides.
Homolovi Ruins State Park
http://azstateparks.com/Parks/HORU/index.html(928) 289-4106Homolovi State Park is a state park preserving over 300 Ancestral Puebloan archaeological sites. Homolovi or Homol'ovi is a Hopi word meaning "place of the little hills".
Grand Canyon National Park
http://www.nps.gov/grca/index.htm(928) 638-7888the Grand Canyon is approximately 2.5 hrs driving away from Snowflake, Taking the I-40 to Williams. Drive from Phoenix, stay the night with us, drive through the Petrified Forest on your way to the Grand Canyon. We have had guests make a day trip of it!!
Sitgreaves National Forest
30 South Chiricahua Drive, Springervillehttp://www.fs.usda.gov/asnf(928) 333-4301The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, administered as one national forest, encompass over two million acres of magnificent mountain country in east-central Arizona. The Sitgreaves National Forest was named for Captain Lorenzo Sitgreaves, a government topographical engineer who conducted the first scientific expedition across Arizona in the early 1850’s
Fools Hollow Lake
1500 N. Fool Hollow Lake, Show Low, Az 85901http://azstateparks.com/Parks/FOHO/index.html928-537-3680Fishing, canoe & kayak rentals, picnic areas, hiking trail, wild-life viewing, boating and swimming. Only 20 miles from the B&B.
Casa Malpais Archeological Site
418 E. Main St., Springerville, AZ 85938http://www.casamalpais.org928-333-5375Casa Malpais, located near Springerville AZ, is the premiere archaeological site in the White Mountains of Arizona. This unique site features an astronomical calendar, a great kiva, ancient stairways, and rock art from the Mogollon culture. Museum features artifacts from Casa Malpais and a video introduction by Hopi and Zuni elders.
Snowflake Municipal Golf
90 West Country Club Drivehttp://www.ci.snowflake.az.us/res-golf_course.htm(928) 536-7233Snowflake is proud of it's 27 holes .... make sure you mention the B&B, they are very generous to our guests.
Silver Creek Golf Club
2051 Silver Lake Boulevardhttp://www.silvercreekgolfclub.com(928) 537-2744Located in White Mountain Lakes, just a short drive from Snowflake. An awesome golf course.
Bison Golf & Country Club
860 North 36th Drivehttp://www.bisongolf.net(928) 537-4564
Pine Meadows Country Club
2209 Country Club Drivehttp://www.pinemeadowscountryclub.com(928) 535-4220
Pinetop Lakes Golf & Country
4643 Buck Springs Roadhttp://www.pinetoplakesgolf.com(928) 369-4184
Snowflake Arizona Temple
1875 Canyon Drivehttp://www.ldschurchtemples.com/snowflake(928) 536-6626There are some great views from the rear of the temple overlooking the South West valley, definitley worth a look.
Stinson Pioneer Museum
102 N 1st St Ehttp://www.ci.snowflake.az.us/visitors-tourism.htm(928) 536-4331Hispanic Colonial Adobe. Built by Mexicans working for early rancher Jim Stinson. Stinson sold the valley ranch to Wm J Flake in 1878. The adobes were roofed over into one house in the 1920's. Today, the Stinson Pioneer Museum displays treasures from Snowlflakes' prehistoric, Hispanic, Indian and Mormon Pioneer past.
James Madisson Flake Home
Corner: 1st East & @nd North928-536-4331When Jame's wife died he closed the house up, with all the furniture, dishes everything! The Flake family decided it was a shame not to share this treasure. Take a tour of the home and share some of the stories, happy and sad.
John Freeman Home 1893
110 N Main Street, Snowflake, Az 85937928-536-4331Snowflake's favorite Ginger Bread House. John Freemen was an industrious merchant, farmer and Mormon town leader during the 1890's. See original antiques, toys and textiles from the late 1800's.
Jesse N Smith Memorial Home
Second West & Center928-243-4331Built by Jesse N Smith - a famous Mormon politician, Snowflake leader and cousin of the Prophet Joseph Smith - for Emma Larson Smith, his fifth wife. Upstairs, four bedrooms feature rare displays, which are dedicated to four of his five 'sister wives'.
Sunrise Park Resort
250 Sunrise Ski Rdhttp://sunriseskiparkaz.com(928) 735-7400Located approximately 60 miles from Snowflake. A great place to visit in both the winter and summmer time.
Trails and Tracks
1360 N Niels Hansen Lane, Lakesidehttp://www.tracks-pinetop-lakeside.org928-368-6700Click on the link for a great web site that shows all of the non-motorized trails in the White Mountains - hiking, biking, horse back ridin & cross country ski-ing.
Arizona Fish and Game
http://www.azgfd.govThere is an abundance of fishing in the area, for information go to the Arizona Fish and Game web site.
White Mountain Chambers Calendar of Events
http://www.whitemountainregionalchambers.comClick on this link to see all of the activities and events that are going on in the area. We have some great festivals, rodeos, craft fairs, concerts, plays and much more!
White Mountain Audobon
http://www.whitemountainaudubon.org/index.html(928) 367-2462The White Mountains and surrounding areas offer a wide diversity of habitats, from juniper grassland to spruce-fir forest. Nesting species in the higher elevation mixed conifer and spruce-fir forests include Gray Jay, Blue Grouse, and Three-toed Woodpecker. Lower areas near Eagar and Springerville often attract interesting migrants in the late summer and fall, as well as some sought-after nesting species such as Gray Catbird and Pinyon Jay. The area's many lakes offer habitat for nesting, migratory, and wintering populations of many species of waterfowl and bald eagles. Birding can be good throughout the year in the White Mountain area. Be advised that the higher elevations are usually impassable due to snow until May.
Red Rock Lavender Farm
Concho, Az 85924http://www.redrockfarms.com10th Annual Festival - June 20th through June 30th. Cooking demonstrations, crafting with lavender and various other activities. Go to Red Rock Farms web site for more details.
Tourism Web Site
http://www.visitsnowflaketaylor.comInterested in what is going on in the area, this web site is a great resource.