About Greer, Arizona
Founded by Mormon Willard Lee and his family in 1879, Greer is an outdoor, four-season paradise for vacationing families. Rustic cabins such as Acorn Lodge crouch in the valley and at the banks of the Little Colorado Rivers it throws water to the flower-lined shores. Protected by lofty trees, the entire area is blanketed in quiet solitude.
In Greer, your days can be spent in the lush forest where you can hike, fish, hunt, camp, horseback ride, bird watch, or just sit on Acorn Lodge’s sunny deck or in the hot tub to absorb the radiating warmth and rejuvenate.
Sunny days and cool nights page a spectacular palette of fall colors; spring days melt the snow to fill the lakes and streams for summer fishing; and winter blankets the land with pristine snow…. This is a place of unrivaled beauty and Mother Nature showing off her finest colors.
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Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest
630 miles of trout streams
22 trout lakes
East Fork Trail to Mount Baldy
Sunrise Park Resort ski area