Welcome to the 'Ranch'

A 9 acre ranch with a 2800 SF 4 bedroom, 3 bath ranch house is family owned and operated. Situated on the Bluff, the Ranch offers panorama views of the skyline and beautiful valley that runs through the town of Show Low. Horses, llamas and cattle graze on pastures of lush meadow grass. The view is lovely. Three fishing lakes are within an 8 to 10 minute drive.

The Ranch house offers spacious living with large living room, dining room and kitchen. With 4 bedrooms, there is comfortable sleeping for all. A courtyard patio and several picnic terraces are great for family gatherings outdoors.  


  • Spacious Living Room
  • Wood Burning Fireplace
  • Dining Room - Seating for 8
  • Kitchen
     Fully Equipped
     Breakfast bar
     Granite counter tops
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 4 Bedrooms
      3 queen beds
      2 double beds
      1 double sleeper sofa
  • Smart TV, DVD, Free Wi-Fi
  • Central heating
  • Central Cooling
  • Washer & dryer
  • Charcoal BBQ
  • Courtyard patio + 3 picnic terraces

Ranch Rates

May 20 - Oct 31
3 night min.
Nov 1 – May 19
2 night min.
# of nights/rates vary









Our posted rates are based on up to 4 guests. Additional guests add $15 per person per night. Taxes, cleaning and booking fees not included. All accommodations are smoke free.  See Minimum Nights for seasonal requirements.

Accommodates 12 guests
Pets (2-Dogs only) allowed with permission - see
pet policy

Ranch Availability

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Walk Around with 'Lovely Panorama Views'

A working ranch. The home of Anzaki – 2013 New Mexico Sprint Champion, other retired race horses and 3 llamas. Children enjoy feeding the horses carrots and should be accompanied by an adult. Be sure "No Fingers are Sticking Up --- PLEASE!! Do not open pasture or barn gates. We come to feed 2x's a day and invite you to come down and lend the cowboy/cowgal helping hand.

Local History:
Between the base of the bluff and the pastures is a lane which was the old stagecoach road.  The stagecoach traveled from Holbrook to Pinetop to White River. The first stop for weary travelers was at the White House - once located at the top of one of our pastures. After a good night's rest, the horses were hooked up to the stagecoach, the people climbed back in and they continued their journey. The Show Low Historical Museum offers a video of the settlement of Show Low, Arizona. The ranch is featured in the video. The museum is located on the main street (Deuce of Clubs) across from the Sonic Drive-In.