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  • Torreon
  • 651 S. Torreon Loop - Show Low
  • Arinoza 85901 - United States
  • https://torreon.com/

Show Low is a city in Navajo County

Located in the idyllic mountain and lake region of Arizona’s White Mountains, Torreon is far more than just another golf club. Here, residents and members are offered a club environment with amenities that extend the boundaries of enjoyment.

The appeal of Torreon is to those people who seek an informal getaway where you can be yourself. There will be fly fishing lessons you can put to use on the lakes that surround the community, equestrian facilities and the opportunity for exceptional hiking in the adjacent Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. At the extensive Family Center Complex, you’ll be able to play tennis, basketball, volleyball — even practice fly-fishing in the pond.

All this can be yours including a golf club highlighted by an 27-hole golf course designed by the world-renowned architects von Hagge, Smelek and Baril. What’s more, enjoy the four seasons of peaceful beauty of the land around you. At Torreon, there will be a diversity of living options: custom homesites with golf course and horizon-to-horizon views, selected homesites surrounded by towering pines, and smaller residential clusters.

Bordered on the west and south by the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Torreon offers a secluded and densely tree covered setting with excellent local services a short 10-minute drive away. Just 5 miles from the local airport, air transportation is available from commuter air carriers servicing all the major Arizona cities. With the timeless appeal of magnificent views, imposing Ponderosa Pines and world class golf, Torreon promises to rank among the finest family oriented mountain golf communities in the Southwest.

For those who love golf, the Torreon Golf Club features an exceptional 27-hole championship course designed by the world renowned architects von Hagge, Smelek and Baril. The full service clubhouse features a fitness center, pool and dining facilities.

At the extensive Family Center you’ll be able to play tennis, basketball, volleyball or go for a swim in the pool. There will be fly fishing lessons that can be put to use on the lakes that surround the community and region, equestrian facilities and the opportunity for exceptional hiking in the adjacent national forest. In the winter, you and your family can try your hand at downhill or cross-country skiing.

Then there will be those times when you may just want to enjoy the peaceful beauty of the land around you. The appeal of Torreon is to those people who seek a getaway where you can be yourself. It is understated... a retreat where the enjoyment of family, friends and neighbors has priority.

When you discover the White Mountains for the first time you will remember that experience for a lifetime, yet most agree that the changing of the seasons draws them back again and again.

In July, there may still be patches of snow gleaming on the summits of Mount Baldy or Mount Ord which stands at over 11,000 feet. It is hard for desert visitors to remember to pack heavier clothing when they are leaving 110 degrees outside, but even in the summer, frost in the morning is not uncommon at the higher elevations.

As the summer visitors scurry back to the hustle and bustle of the city, the aspens at the highest elevations begin their magical change to brilliant reds and golds. If you are lucky, you could enjoy trout for dinner one night and duck the next.



Many people enjoy camping at this time because of the solitude and wonderful fall colors. What better pleasure is there than waking up in the morning to the smell of fresh perked coffee and bacon cooking over an open fire?

Winter is truly a magical time in the White Mountains and recreational activities are second to none with emphasis on the Sunrise Ski Area. An abundance of nature's rich resources have long attracted people to settle in the White Mountains. Those same resources — cool lakes and streams, green meadows and the world's largest stand of Ponderosa Pines — draw visitors back to the area every year to experience four seasons of fun and recreation.

Summertime in the White Mountains brings temperatures that are considerably cooler than the Arizona deserts, and winter snowfalls provide for some of the best winter sports in the Southwest. There is something for everyone — whether it be a quiet day in the cool mountain air or more adventurous activities, the White Mountains are the place to be.

The Family Center Complex, Fitness Center, swimming pool and three golf nines are fully operational and available to our members. With the addition of the full service kitchen, dining room décor and expanded menu, dining at the Club this year is sure to be a memorable experience.

When an artist begins a project, he calls upon all his talents. No matter the medium, the successful artist has the inherent ability to blend his resources, influences and drive to create something unique. The same holds true in business, where the right combination of assets and knowledge is needed for success.

Torreon has more than doubled its residential construction pace in the past year. A projected 103 homes will be completed by fall. In an effort to continue this wonderful momentum, we are offering a special inventory closeout campaign in the Mountain Houses and Rendezvous I subdivisions. For the remainder of this inventory, the developer will pay the homeowner’s association dues for one year from the date of purchase. As two of our original neighborhoods, these lots represent some of our best overall values.

With the beautiful weather in the White Mountains, the construction activity has accelerated. The current focus includes paving in Rendezvous III, sub-grade prep in Homestead II, the completion of Cardinal Landing, as well as ground breaking for Phase II at the Equestrian Center. Caution should be observed as you travel through these construction areas.

Among Desert Troon Companies current commercial developments is La Mirada, an upscale mixed-use center located in Scottsdale, Arizona. This attractive project with its Old World architecture, incorporates 12.5 acres of scenic park land blended with over 152,000 square feet of commercial space — all the while maintaining nature's dramatic backdrop. Retail shops, office space and restaurants envelop a European style courtyard, the central feature of La Mirada.

For those who love golf, the Torreon Golf Club features an exceptional 27-hole championship course designed by the world renowned architects von Hagge, Smelek and Baril. The full service clubhouse features a fitness center, pool and dining facilities.