Properties at Chaparral Pines
Chaparral Pines is an 860-acre guard-gated residential community that offers a wide variety of homes and home sites to accommodate our prospective residents. Whether you are looking for the perfect mountain retreat, vacation home, investment property, or a full-time residence, you will be inspired by the stone and wood architecture featured throughout the community, which is in keeping with the natural forest beauty of the area.
With a temperate, year-round climate, Chaparral Pines provides an active lifestyle for its members. In addition to the 18 hole championship golf course, the eight-acre Trailhead Park allows members of any age to enjoy the fitness center, swimming pool, tennis and sports courts, a 60,000 square foot sports field and dog park amenity and a unique playground and children’s activity center. With its soaring rough-hewn timber beams, crackling stone fireplaces, and sweeping patios overlooking the golf course, the magnificent 27,000-square-foot clubhouse at Chaparral Pines is a welcoming retreat to residents. This rustically elegant facility also features pristine men’s and women’s locker rooms, providing all the amenities necessary for enjoying a day in the pines.
Top 10 Private Golf Course
Chaparral Pines’ private championship golf course is an 18-hole, par-72 masterpiece designed by former U.S. Open and PGA Champion David Graham and noted Scottsdale-based architect Gary Panks. It was named one of Golf Digest’s “Top 10 New Private Golf Courses in the U.S.” when it opened in 1997 and consistently ranks among the magazine’s “Top 10 Private Golf Courses” in Arizona.
Spreading over the Mogollon Rim country of northern Arizona, the golf course features a variety of challenging holes, beautifully manicured fairways and breathtaking views of the majestic landscape – all of which exceed any golfer’s expectations. Also, an assortment of intrinsic man-made lakes, streams, and washes add to the serenity of the course. This signature 18-hole golf course was built with respect for the land, with natural topography inspiring the layout of each hole. Existing landmarks such as natural granite rock outcroppings have been left untouched.