Show Low Summers Bustling with Events

Once Old Man Winter leaves town, Spring rolls in and Show Low comes alive with events and activities for Torreon members and guests. Residents venture back out to stroll the sidewalks of downtown and visitors flock to the expansive forest and near-perfect temperatures. We’re highlighting some of the most popular events to enjoy this summer … Continued

5 Tips to Owning a Second Home at Torreon

Torreon, Show Low’s premier golf community, is home to year-round residents as well as a large number of people who own second homes. These homes offer the perfect escape from harsh summer temperatures amidst the serenity of a small town. If a second home is on your horizon, Torreon Realty expert Andrew Escamilla offers these … Continued

5 Top Motorcycle Routes to Show Low

Arizona’s incredible landscapes and sunsets attract motorcycle riders from around the country. Whether a cyclist is looking for a casual day trip or a more intense journey, the Grand Canyon state beckons motorcyclists to venture out on the road. If riders are looking for rides in and around Show Low and the white mountains of … Continued

7 Top Spring Break Activities for Families in the White Mountains

Spring Break can be a wonderful time to explore the White Mountains and Show Low area with your family. Daily high temperatures range from 53°F to 60°F, rarely falling below 41°F or exceeding 70°F. It’s refreshing to view the beautiful scenery with miles of ponderosa pines and breathe crisp mountain air. We’ve gathered a few suggestions to explore as you … Continued

7 Tips to Enjoy Snow Sports at Sunrise Park

Does the image of speeding down a snowy white mountain trail appeal to you? Then plan a visit to Sunrise Park Ski Area on the White Mountain Apache Reservation. Skiers of all skill levels can enjoy exploring the 65 trails on 3 different mountains. Double, triple, and quad chair lifts as well as a magic … Continued

Torreon Golf Club Hiring 60 new team members for 2024 Season 

Torreon Golf Club is now hiring for the upcoming 2024 spring and summer season. The popular White Mountain golf community will be hiring for positions in all departments. Available opportunities range from golf course maintenance, golf course irrigation specialists, equipment operators, food and beverage line cooks and stewards, servers and bartenders, bussers and food runners, … Continued

Desert Troon Companies Names Caleb Blass General Manager

Desert Troon Companies, a Scottsdale-based real estate development and investment firm, has named Caleb Blass as the new general manager at its Torreon Golf Club in Show Low, AZ. Most recently, Blass served as Torreon’s acting General Manager and prior to that as Assistant General Manager. In these positions he demonstrated his leadership capabilities while … Continued

10 Ways to Stay Fit at Torreon

The start of the new year means evaluating many things, including how active we might want to be in 2024. The good news, Torreon offers multiple opportunities to commit to regular exercise and have fun while you’re doing it. Residents can choose from golf, swimming, tennis, pickleball, plus a variety of activities at the fitness … Continued

6 Best Bakeries in the White Mountains Near Show Low, AZ

As the weather cools down into winter, we’ve found several top-notch bakeries near Torreon to satisfy your sweet tooth and warm your soul. You can enjoy the aroma of the areas’ most delicious baked goods as they come out of the ovens in delightful bakeries around Show Low and the White Mountains. Don’t miss the … Continued

Locals Share 8 Show Low Favorites

Looking to visit or move to the Show Low, Arizona area in the White Mountains? While there is no shortage of exciting activities, dining and outdoor recreation like world-famous hunting and fishing to enjoy, we’ve wanted the inside scoop from locals about what makes this place so special. Here’s eight of local’s top pics to … Continued

6 Tips for Future Show Low Card Sharks

Did you know Show Low was named after a marathon poker game played between two early settlers? They decided there wasn’t enough room for both of them in the community and agreed to let a game of cards decide who was to get the 100,000-acre ranch and who was to move on. Appropriately, many Torreon members … Continued

5 Tips for Perfect Fall Leaf Photos in the White Mountains

Autumn is a fantastic time of year for photographers to capture the picturesque views of aspen and oak trees in the White Mountains, with colors peaking from mid-October into November.  The landscape lights up when the sun is at a low position during the hours around sunrise and sunset, which results in a picturesque soft … Continued