Coronado Trail Cabins!
Come relax in our Arizona rental cabins!
Rent a Cabin in Arizona!
Our rustic rental cabins are clean, non-smoking and have fully equipped kitchens. Located just south of Alpine, Arizona on the Historic Coronado Trail (Hwy. 191), come and relax among towering pines and open meadows!
Trophy Elk are not uncommon in our area. Only minutes away from your cozy mountain rental cabin, enjoy outstanding hunting opportunities using permitted methods as authorized by Arizona State Law, including: Archery, Muzzleloading Rifles, Firearms, and Trapping.
Within easy driving distance of your Arizona cabin, Abundant lakes and rivers are home to the native Apache Trout (Arizona Native Trout). Other trout species include: Brook, Brown, Cutthroat, and Rainbow Trout! Interested in Bass, Crappie, Arctic Grayling, Northern Pike, Walleye, or Catfish? We got 'em all within a short drive of your cabin door! Whatever your fishing interest, Arizona's White Mountains can provide you with the opportunity to catch that elusive lunker! [ more...]
Skiing and Winter Sports
Alpine has a winter sports recreation area with maintained cross country ski trails and designated snowmobiling and sledding areas. Local dog sled races are held in January.
In the heart of Arizona's magnificent White Mountains, 55 miles to the west is Sunrise Park Resort, a recreational paradise offering a wide range of fun and excitement. In winter, their three mountains offer some of the finest skiing in the Western United States.
Getting To Our Rental Cabins
At the eastern end of Arizona's popular White Mountains, midway between the state's northern and southern borders you will find our rental cabins near Alpine, Arizona, nestled in a high mountain valley just 6 miles from the New Mexico state line. Located on U.S. Highways 180 & 191, our rental cabins can be reached from Phoenix, Tucson, El Paso in about 5 hours, or Albuquerque in about 4 hours.
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Our Cabins Feature:
- Fully functional kitchens with stove, small refrigerator, utensils, cooking pans, plates, glasses, etc.
- Private bathroom with a shower and sink
- Linens and paper products are also provided
Thank You for visiting our site and we hope to see you soon!
If our cabins are unavailable, please visit the Meadows Edge Cabins,
also located in Alpine, Arizona!
At an elevation of 8,050 feet, Alpine is situated at the eastern end of Arizona's popular White Mountains, is surrounded by the beauty of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.
Mountain lakes and swift running streams dot the countryside where Ponderosa Pine, aspen and fir dominate the landscape. Four distinct seasons offer something for everyone in our outdoor paradise from quiet relaxation to a myriad of recreational activities. Stay in our mountain cabins and leave the stress of hectic city life behind while you fish, camp, hike, horseback ride, cross-country ski or just relax and soak-up the serene beauty where wildlife abounds and bald eagles soar. [more...]
Our rental cabins are situated in the cool forest. This is an Arizona that bears little resemblance to the sun-blasted deserts of southern Arizona. It's characterized by Douglas-fir and ponderosa-pine forests, green meadows with elk and pronghorn antelope - away from the crowds and into wild and open space. Some of the most spectacular scenery in the Southwest awaits the forest visitor on the two million acres of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests are truly an oasis from the heat and concrete of southwestern cities in the summer and a snow-season paradise during the winter.
Our rental cabins are pefect for those on a Road trip! The Coronado Trail Scenic Byway is an exciting 120 mile journey surrounded by the beauty and grandeur of Arizona. Check out this road trip report before you go!
Come stay in our cabins and enjoy the wildlife! Accessible off Highway 191 south of Springerville, this former ranch-turned-wildlife area is now managed by the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Elk roam the irrigated fields and surrounding upland juniper grasslands and forested bluffs. Winter is the best time to view elk here, as large herds often congregate in these lower-elevation ranges. A good time to visit is after a hard snowfall in the higher mountains. Being on the northeast side of the White Mountains, Sipe receives a small proportion of snow compared to the surrounding range ~ an ideal condition to see elk. A small visitor center, a series of hiking trails complete with interpretive signage and wildlife viewing sites, and a day-use picnic area offer the public the opportunity to learn more about Arizona’s unique wildlife and their habitat needs.
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