Founded in the early 1880's by Mormon
pioneers, Lakeside derived its name from the area's
lakes, and Pinetop derived its name from the nickname of
a saloon keeper who served the Fort Apache soldiers.
The two communities incorporated as one town in 1984.
Pinetop-Lakeside, at an elevation of 7,200 feet, is
known for its extensive tourism and recreational
activities, proximity to the world's largest stand of
Ponderosa pine, and for an outstanding quality of life.
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