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Pinetop Timeshare Resales

Pinetop is such a popular destination in Arizona for anyone who wants to get away and enjoy the great outdoors. Visitors love the Ponderosa forests that surround the region and the gorgeous scenery. You'll find a mild climate with temperatures in the low 40s in the winter and the middle 80s in the summer. With a Pinetop timeshare resale, you'll have the chance to check out the top festivals that excite visitors of all ages and explore all the activities nearby in the White Mountains.

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trails near your Pinetop timeshare that are perfect for your family. The Country Club Trail runs for 3.5 miles through the forest and is home to loads of local wildlife. Those who feel more confident can attempt the 9.5-mile Panorama Trail, which offers some great views. There are other things that you can do outside too such as the Kinishba Ruins that date back to the 1200s and all the beauty and attractions in the Fort Apache Reservation and Apache National Forest. The Arizona White Mountains run across the eastern border of the state with New Mexico and offer activities such as boating, fishing and hiking.

Pinetop Museums

At the Show Low Museum, you'll find memorabilia related to the tribes and other people who once lived in Pinetop. Their descendants donated hundreds of items that are now on display. The Pinetop Lakes Golf & Country Club is a great place to play a round of golf and to enjoy some of the best food in the state. Not far away is Spa Estique, which offers the ultimate in relaxing treatments. With a Pinetop timeshare, you can plan a day trip to a nearby city such as Tucson and spend the day exploring the town and the surrounding mountain ranges.

Quirky Events

While some cities host Oktoberfest events, Pinetop welcomes tourists to its annual Crawtoberfest. You can think of this festival as Oktoberfest mixed with a crawfish festival. When you pay at the gate, you get a ticket for one free bucket that comes with three pounds of this seafood and other ingredients. It also allows you to listen to the live music and check out all the booths and stands. The Fall Artisans Festival is the perfect time to mingle with local artists and shop for local food. You'll also want to come back for the Run to the Pines Car Show.