In Show Low, US 60 becomes the town's primary street Deuce of Clubs, where the majority of Show Low's landmarks are located. On the western edge of town is 1500 W. Deuce of Clubs, an office building inside a Victorian style house. Downtown Show Low features the Thunderbird Motel, the sign for the Sweethearts Cafe and unique street lamps.
Two main roads connect to Deuce of Clubs, White Mountain Road (SR 260) and Penrod Road. Going south on both roads leads to Rainbow Lake. Where White Mountain Road and Deuce of Clubs meet is the Show Low Elk Gateway, featuring a statue of an Elk.
Going southwest of the town on U.S. Route 60, truckers can drive through the Salt River Canyon and the small scenery town of Globe.
Show Low is only connected to other cities by two roads:
- The runs to Globe, concurrent with SR 77, and Phoenix to the southwest and Springerville and Socorro, New Mexico to the east.
- The runs to Globe, concurrent with US 60, and Tucson to the south and Holbrook to the north.
- The runs to the rest stop at Rainbow Lake near Pinetop–Lakeside to the south.
|Cities||Camp Verde - Clifton - Ehrenberg - Flagstaff - Grand Canyon Village - Holbrook - Kayenta - Kingman - Nogales - Page - Phoenix - San Simon - Show Low - Sierra Vista - Tucson - Yuma
Scenery Towns: Ash Fork - Bitter Springs - Cameron - Colorado City - Dateland - Fredonia - Globe - Mexican Water - Morenci - Pinetop–Lakeside - Quartzsite - Sanders - Seligman - Springerville - St. Johns - Teec Nos Pos - Valle - Wickenburg
|Highways||Interstate 8 - Interstate 10 - Interstate 15 - Interstate 17 - Interstate 19 - Interstate 40|
US 60 - US 64 - US 70 - US 89 - US 89A - US 93 - US 95 - US 160 - US 163 - US 180 - US 191
SR 51 - SR 61 - SR 64 - SR 66 - SR 77 - SR 85 - SR 89 - SR 90 - SR 92 - SR 98 - SR 260 - SR 303 - SR 389