Apache County (located in the northeast corner of Arizona) is becoming a sought-after travel destination in Arizona as the county offers scenic landscape and endless recreational opportunities. Apache County offers a highly diverse and beautiful geographic landscape ranging from tree covered mountains, mesas, sandstone cliffs, open valleys, canyons, and rivers.
The county is rich in culture and history. 66 percent of the population and over 50 percent of the land is part of the Navajo Nation which is the largest Native American tribe. One of the unique aspects of Apache County is that it is the longest county in the United States, stretching 211 miles from the Arizona-Utah boarder to just south of the town of Alpine.
Apache County has a growing population of approximately 72,000 people. The expansion of a power generating station located in southern Apache County has resulted in new jobs are being created along with an improvement of infrastructure. The main population centers within the county are Chinle in the north, Houck in the center, and Springerville in the south.
Due to the attractive rural landscape and the approval of new subdivisions, land values within this county have been increasing creating an ideal buying opportunity.