Where are your cabins?
Our cabins are located all throughout the wooded rolling hills and valley of Greer. Each is privately owned and completely unique, with a wide range of amenities and features—including gorgeous wood burning fireplaces, spacious decks with BBQ grills, Jacuzzi tubs, outdoor hot tubs, game rooms, media rooms, satellite TV, WiFi. All of our cabins have propane BBQ grills and propane is supplied by us.
Some cabins are located in the village of Greer and some are on spacious wooded lots surrounded by Aspens and Ponderosa Pines. When you rent a cabin in Greer through Greer Cabin Keepers, you are sure to enjoy a “genuine Greer” experience! There’s nothing “cookie cutter” or corporate about this adventure.
Are there grocery stores nearby?
Yes, there are plenty of grocery stores in the area. There is a Safeway and Bashas grocery store in Eagar, a scenic 15 minute drive from Greer Village. But if you’re on your way up to Greer from the Phoenix area, you should consider stopping at Eddie’s Country Store or Safeway in Pinetop to pick up any snacks or drinks you’d like to have on hand at your cabin. You might also choose to stop in Show Low as it is the last outpost with a Wal-Mart or K-Mart. Keep in mind; however, there is a small local grocery shop in Greer called The Lazy Trout! While staying in Greer, you’ll find that this is a convenient and friendly place to grab an energy drink or purchase basic groceries, drinks, beer, liquor, wine, toiletries, fishing gear, souvenirs, and more!
Are you close to White Mountain attractions?
You bet! All of our cabins are located throughout the valley and rolling hills of Greer, which is a lovely ‘trapped in time’ slice of alpine paradise in the heart of Arizona’s White Mountains. Explore the ‘Plan Your Visit’ link from our Homepage to see just how many attractions and recreational opportunities there are within Greer—or a quick drive.
Notably, Greer is only 12 miles from Sunrise Ski Park where guests can enjoy skiing, snowboarding, sledding and sleigh rides in the winter, and hiking and mountain biking in the pines, water slides and the newly installed zip line in the spring, summer and fall! One of the most attractive aspects of Greer is that it is not a town on one of the state byways. Instead, it’s just tucked away enough to give you the privacy and relaxation you deserve during your vacation while still giving you accessibility to everything the White Mountains have to offer.
What do you provide?
We provide towels, bed linens and STARTER amounts of wood, toilet paper, paper towels, dish soap, detergent for the dishwasher, garbage bags and hand soap for the kitchen and bathrooms. We ask that you bring your own shampoo, soaps, hair dryers, and any special cook ware such as a crock pot needed.
What do we need to bring?
All of our cabins have fully equipped kitchens and outdoor propane grill (with propane provided) most have washer and dryers available for use. You will need to bring; food, beverages, spices, foil, plastic wrap, etc. as well as shampoo, soap, hair dryer and toiletries needed. If you have an infant, you may need a portable crib and linens for the crib. While we provide linens, including towels, we do suggest that you bring beach towels if your cabin has an outdoor Jacuzzi. We recommend to all of our guests that you pack a first aid kit and a flashlight in the unlikely event that you would need them.
What about fishing?
A valid Arizona fishing license is required for Arizona resident and non-resident anglers 14 years of age or older fishing any public accessible water in Arizona. Youth under the age of 14 and blind residents do not need to purchase a state fishing license to fish in Arizona. Check the Arizona Fishing Regulations for additional information. A variety of hunting and fishing licenses are available online, including some stamps and temporary nonresident licenses. To access the Arizona Game and Fish online license service, visit the secure site by clicking here.
When can we see Fall colors… and when does it snow?
The breathtaking fall color in the White Mountains always depends upon the amount of rainfall and the temperature leading up to October. The fall colors usually peak anywhere from early to mid-October. The golden aspens normally last until the beginning of November. If you want to see snow, your best bet is to visit anywhere between mid-December and the end of February. Although few people think of Arizona as having any snow, at 8,500 feet elevation our Winter snowfall is quite dependable. We tend to get most of our snowfall in December and January—and it’s simply magical. Of course the higher elevations will see more accumulation, specifically nearby at Sunrise Ski Park. When it does snow substantially, it tends to stick around—giving Greer its reputation as a Winter Wonderland, perfect for sledding, skiing, snowboarding, sleigh rides, building snowmen and having snowball fights!
Will we see bears at our cabin?
It is certainly possible, but not likely. Even so, we recommend being mindful of not leaving food or trash outside at night.
What is there to do in Greer?
Greer is an endless adventure of outdoor recreation! Hiking, biking, fishing, zip-lining, water sliding, horseback riding, ski-ing and snowboarding. There are also great shops such as the Grey Goose, Copper Barrel, and Art Etc along with the historic Butterfly Lodge Museum.