White Mountain
Historical Park
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Summer Hours:

Fridays: 10:00AM - 3:00PM
Saturdays: 10:00AM - 3:00PM
Through End Of August

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Take A Walk Through

Local History

White Mountain Historical Society

Springerville, Arizona

White Mountain
Historical Society

Springerville, Arizona

White Mountain
Historical Park
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Summer Hours
Fridays:
10:00AM - 3:00PM

Saturdays:
10:00AM - 3:00PM

Through August

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Take A Walk

Through

Local History

Preserving Our History

WMHS is a non-profit organization committed to preserving the area history with representative samples of buildings, work tools and personal belongings from the area which includes: Alpine, Nutrioso, Eagar, Springerville, Greer and Vernon Arizona.

Preserving
Our History

WMHS is a non-profit organization committed to preserving the area history with representative samples of buildings, work tools and personal belongings from the area which includes: Alpine, Nutrioso, Eagar, Springerville, Greer and Vernon Arizona.

Well Worth The Time

Tony gave my wife Kim and I a tour of the property and we were pleasantly surprised. The entire property is so well maintained - clean and inviting. It's easy to move around and there's tons of stuff to see. Between the original homes and buildings to the tools and equipment from so long ago, it's easy to get a mental snapshot of how it must have been to live here then and to settle the area. As far as we're concerned, it's a must see for everyone. I promise you'll be glad you took the time.

-Kim & John Goldshot

"WOW"

I became interested in the history of our community .  I started a fund raising bbq contest in order to raise funds for the historical society.  I have taken the tour of the park and all I can say is “Wow” it is very satisfying to see all the hard work that has been done in the park and all the exhibits on display.  I would highly recommend taking a tour and seeing how our forefathers lived and worked.

-Mike Nuttall

Six Historical Buildings

From the late 1800's - early 1900's. Painstakingly preserved so you can see - and feel - what it was really like to live here over 120 years ago. The truest form of time travel.

Become A Volunteer

I recently became a volunteer for the White Mountain Historical Park. I have had opportunities to help in improving the site landscaping and making repairs to the several old buildings. I would encourage all to schedule a tour of the park and see how the early pioneers lived. Preserving these buildings, antique farm equipment, photographs and documents of the early settlers of Round Valley and the surrounding area is the goal of the WMHS which I am happy to be a part of.

- Anthony Contreras

Furniture & Artifacts

From the turn of the century. Numerous pieces of Antique Farm Equipment and Tools. These are the tools we used to work the land and to survive. This is how it all started.

Well Worth The Time

Tony gave my wife Kim and I a tour of the property and we were pleasantly surprised. The entire property is so well maintained - clean and inviting. It's easy to move around and there's tons of stuff to see. Between the original homes and buildings to the tools and equipment from so long ago, it's easy to get a mental snapshot of how it must have been to live here then and to settle the area. As far as we're concerned, it's a must see for everyone. I promise you'll be glad you took the time.

-Kim & John Goldshot

"WOW"

I became interested in the history of our community .  I started a fund raising bbq contest in order to raise funds for the historical society.  I have taken the tour of the park and all I can say is “Wow” it is very satisfying to see all the hard work that has been done in the park and all the exhibits on display.  I would highly recommend taking a tour and seeing how our forefathers lived and worked.

-Mike Nuttall

Six Historical Buildings

From the late 1800's - early 1900's. Painstakingly preserved so you can see - and feel - what it was really like to live here over 120 years ago. The truest form of time travel.

Become A Volunteer

I recently became a volunteer for the White Mountain Historical Park. I have had opportunities to help in improving the site landscaping and making repairs to the several old buildings. I would encourage all to schedule a tour of the park and see how the early pioneers lived. Preserving these buildings, antique farm equipment, photographs and documents of the early settlers of Round Valley and the surrounding area is the goal of the WMHS which I am happy to be a part of.

- Anthony Contreras

Furniture & Artifacts

From the turn of the century. Numerous pieces of Antique Farm Equipment and Tools. These are the tools we used to work the land and to survive. This is how it all started.

Antique Wooden Wagon Springerville AZ

 

 

Old Fireplace In Round Valley AZ

 

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