How has this resort rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Northwoods Resort Pinetop
Travel Blogs from Pinetop
... get out but this area wasn’t the right place as it was not that easy to access the lake. We saw a few folks launching or retrieving small fishing boats. We drove a bit further to a lookout and parked to take in the view and enjoy the picnic lunch Cheryl packed.
While we were there, it began to rain a bit harder. The thunder was a bit closer, too. The rain turned to hail and it started to really pelt the top of the Jeep. It was making quite ...
... could pick the lot you like and build the house of your dreams there. There were a few under construction as well.
Cheryl and I looked at one we really liked and we figure if we sell the Murrieta home we could just about pay for this one. It was a 2,600 square foot home on nearly one and a half acres of forest. It sits high on a ridge so the views over the tops of the trees was spectacular. This particular development has a very low HOA fee ...
... was a little harder to notice.
One quick fact about Route 66: The Phillips 66 shield logo, created for its link to the famous highway of the same number, was introduced in 1930 in a black and orange color scheme that would last nearly 30 years. In 1959, Phillips introduced a revised version of the shield in red, white and black, a color scheme still used by Phillips 66 Co. for the brand.
We passed a beer distributor along the ...
... girls haven't let go of them yet, which is so adorable.
Alle and Eric have decided they will go home tonight and enjoy a quiet ride down the mountain while the girls sleep. Nothing worse than fussy kids on a long ride. We've taken the trip up to the rim many times now since living in AZ and it brings to mind some of our trips when Alle was young. Like so many kids on a long drives, she ...
... nice out there. The place is really too big for us, but would be perfect if our whole family of kids and grandkids were here.
On Wednesday we got the fishing licenses and headed to Fool's Hollow Lake, which had the facilities we felt were necessary for the kiddos. We managed to get a fishing platform that was empty and brought a pop up to keep the kids (and me) out of the sun. We totally loved ...