Clear Creek Pines consists of 9 units.
The main thing about these lots is that they are much more relaxed than the other subdivisions. You can apply for a permit from Coconino County to park a sell-contained RV for 100 days per year for camping on your lot. Restrictions for building range from Units 1 & 2, 3 & 7 being the least restrictions, to 4, 5 & 6 a little more, and 8 & 9 only allowing modular and site built homes when you build. There are CC&Rs, but no HOA, so the County enforces them.
Units 1 and 2 are out Lake Mary Road and only rarely have land listed for sale, so, If you see one grab it, especially in unit 2. Clear Creek 1 has no utilities at all. Clear Creek 2 has power.
Units 3 and 7 are just above Hwy 87 mile marker 300 on the west side and out Pine Valley Road about 2 1/2 miles. There is no community well, so if you aren’t on a shared well, you will need to drill a well. There are some manufactured homes.
Unit 4, 5 & 6 are another mile and a half up Highway 87, then left on Blue Ridge Drive, then about a mile and a half out to the subdivision. There is a community well, so that if you don’t have water you can haul it for about $100 per year. Manufactured homes allowed for when you want to build.
Units 8 & 9 are just past mile marker 304 on the east side of the highway, right on Enchanted Lane. This subdivision doesn’t allow Manufactured homes, but Modular Homes are OK as well as Site Built homes when you get ready to build. There is a community well, so if you don’t have water to your lot, you can haul it.