Visitors to Greer will surely understand the wonderful “step back in time” that the small, remote town encompasses. With little development and a scattering of beautiful log cabins, Greer enables people to unwind in nature and get a taste of the pastoral life that was the norm not all too[…]
Once endangered, the Apache Trout (Arizona’s official state fish) was close to becoming extinct in the middle of the 20th century. However, through wise conservation and re-stocking effort, the apache trout has been allowed to flourish in the White Mountains of Arizona near Greer once again.
One of truly majestic creatures of the American West is the Elk. Weighing up to 700lbs, these powerful deer roam all around the mountains, presenting a wonderful sight to see. Greer, Arizona actually happens to house the largest elk population in Arizona.
The snow has arrived in Greer, AZ! This week, 10” of fluffy snow descended upon our mountain haven, transforming the town into a blissful winter wonderland overnight. More snowstorms are expected to head to our white mountains making Greer an ideal Arizona skiing destination in 2018! For those seeking a[…]
Skiing’s not for everyone, but there is another great way to enjoy the fun of a snowy day outside: Snow Tubing! The Sunrise Ski Park has a wonderful tubing hill that provides family fun (children 5+) in a safe, pleasant environment that’s much cheaper and easier than strapping on those[…]
Greer is a small mountain town in Eastern Arizona, but there’s a lot about this place that you probably don’t know. Any westerner understands that the history of the American West runs richer than deeper than one first suspects at an initial glance. Here are 30 of the most interesting,[…]
Once a year, visitors gather in the quaint mountain town of Greer, AZ to kick off summer in a unique way that only Greer can. With a Wild West shootout to start up the events, the weekend of June 9-11 will bring forth western history and outdoor fun in a[…]