Reservation Policy


Although your Cabin is marked as unavailable to other parties at the time you complete a Cabin Reservation Request (either by phone or using our online system), your Reservations will not be considered booked until your security deposit is received. All deposits must be made in US Funds or with a valid Credit Card and must be received within 5 days after your Cabin Reservation Request has been submitted. All deposits made with personal checks must first clear the bank to secure and book your reservation. Any remainder of your payment is due immediately upon arrival and check-in. All major credit cards are accepted.

Cancellation Policy

To avoid overbooking, we must remove our cabins from the market when you request your reservation, so please make every effort to inform us if you are unable to arrive on your reserved dates.

Please read the following carefully!

  • Only when your notice of cancellation is received by us 2 weeks or more in advance of your scheduled arrival will the reservation deposit be returned to you.

  • If the reservation is canceled after the 2 week time frame your reservation deposit will not be returned to you.

  • If your cancellation is due to conditions out of your control, you may reschedule your stay for a later date, based on cabin availability.

No Show, No Call Policy

If you are a "No Show" on your scheduled date, or if there is a failure on your part to inform us of a delay or change from your scheduled arrival time, your deposit is automatically forfeited to us and the remainder of your scheduled stay will not be honored.

Alpine, Arizona

Located on U.S. Highways 180 & 191, Alpine, Arizona can be reached from Phoenix, Tucson, and El Paso in about 5 hours, or Albuquerque in about 4 hours.

Alpine is a mountain community at the eastern end of the White Mountains. Surrounded by Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest and near the headwaters of the San Francisco River, Alpine is six miles from the New Mexico state line. Its high meadows are surrounded by majestic peaks, including Escudilla Mountain (10,877 ft.) which is covered with tall pines and aspen. The area, also called Bush Valley, was settled in 1876 by Anderson Bush, owner of a log house known as Fort Bush. In 1880, Mormon settlers built a log fort about a mile southeast of Alpine.

Local annual events include dog-sled races in January, worm races in July, and the "Four Corners Chili Cookoff" in August.

Alpine offers a broad range of community facilities including a library, a country club, and a golf course (open April through November). For snow enthusiasts, Alpine has a winter sports recreation area with maintained cross country ski trails and designated snowmobiling and sledding areas. Alpine also has a county-owned public library located on state Highway 180.

Weather Information for Alpine, Arizona
Month Avg.
Daily Low
Avg.
Daily High
Average Total
Precipitation (Inches)
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Yearly Average
10.4
12.6
16.9
22.1
28.4
34.6
44.1
42.9
35.0
26.7
16.4
11.8
25.0
45.8
47.3
50.8
60.4
68.8
77.3
78.6
75.8
73.0
65.0
45.8
48.4
62.2
1.49
0.96
1.13
0.58
0.05
0.78
3.43
3.95
2.19
1.91
0.91
1.58
19.33


Average Total Snow, Sleet, and Hail Annually: 60.3 inches (based upon a 30-year average).

Golf Course
Located two miles east of the junction of U.S. 191 and 180 in Alpine. This course is known as the ''Alps" of Arizona, for it is the highest golf course in the southwest at 8,500 feet above sea level. Seasonal golfers meander down fairways that are surrounded by dense groves of aspen trees, blue spruce, and ponderosa pines. It is a magnificent setting and the one of the coolest summer golf courses in the west. Guests are welcome. (928) 339-4944

Scenic Attractions
The Apache-Sitgreaves Forest contains wilderness & primitive areas. Within a 30-mile radius there are 11 lakes and more than 200 miles of trout streams. Recreational opportunities include fishing,camping, hiking, rock-hounding, horseback riding, & big game hunting. Developed campsites are available at Luna Lake & the Alpine Divide; additional campgrounds are found on the black River & Blue River. Luna Lake is a wildlife refuge home to bald & golden eagles, swans & geese. An Audubon Refuge is at the Luce Ranch on the Blue River. Alpine's Forest Service Ranger Station has a herbarium with hundreds of area wildflowers. The Blue River area is where the nearly extinct Mexican Grey Wolves were re-introduced to the wild.