|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
Cabin-(sleeps 8) 3 bedroom- 2 king beds, & 1 set of bunk beds, pull out futon in living room. 1 bath. Full kitchen w/ microwave. Wood fireplace in the family room. TV with DVD player. Large front porch.
Large yard with dog run, tire swing, 2 person hammock, and awesome bon-fire pit.
Gas heater and Fire Place. This cabin is on one acre and backs the national forest service. away from the hustle and bustle of Greer yet close if you want to go to town.
We absolutely loved our time there. The location is so peaceful. The cabin is bigger than we expected - set up perfectly if you have two families going as well (we didn't but will consider going with friends in the future).
It is a very short drive to the local "town" and a very short drive to three scenic reservoirs.
The cabin had plenty of linens, towels, cleaning supplies, kitchen items (coffee pots, utensils, pots, pans, etc). Even some games (we had a blast paying JENGA) and a couple of dumbbells. They must've known I was coming - that's right up my alley!
It even has a laundry room with W/D/Sink.
The outside had a hammock, a small fenced dog run, a tire swing, and a horseshoe pit!
We heard the wonderful song of hummingbirds the whole time, we saw a few elk. Truly idyllic.
When I say go into it with the right expectations, you just have to consider that this is a mountain cabin. It's not a resort or hotel so don't hold it to the standards of a place that has a daily cleaning crew. Mountains have some critters and a few bugs and occasional cobwebs.
It met our needs perfectly. We didn't want to leave and we can't wait to go back! Thank you so much for sharing your cabin in this way so that people can enjoy it! Having dogs makes it so tough to travel anywhere (and having them in the Phoenix area means they can't get out much during the summer). We were able to bring our furkids along and spend time with them doing things in the cooler weather. It was one of the most relaxing mini-vacations we've had in a long time!
Had everything you'd need and was very comfortable. There is room to sleep 25 people so roominess is not a problem. Plenty of firewood already split. Cabin is tucked away nicely. We are Waiting to make sure I get my $300 refundable deposit returned. Other then that We would recommend this cabin for your get away.
Wonderful place to stay. Everything was there didn't need to bring much more than food & clothes.
Lots of fun things to do for grandkids. Lots of room for 3 families. bathrooms were not clean when we arrived.
Greer is an unincorporated community in Apache County, Arizona, United States. It lies at an elevation of approximately 8,600 feet in the White Mountains.
While Greer is over a four hour drive from Phoenix and a five hour drive from Tucson, it remains one of the most popular summer vacation destinations in Arizona, as it is consistently 20-30 degrees cooler than the deserts.
In January, the normal high temperature is 42F with a normal low temperature of 15F. In July, the normal high temperature is 76F with a normal low temperature of 47F.
Greer, Arizona is located just 20 short minutes from Sunrise Park Resort! Sunrise Park Resort is a recreational paradise offering a wide range of fun and excitement.
Anglers young and old will enjoy the opportunity to fish pristine mountain lakes and streams in Greer. The Greer Lakes are re known for their trophy trout. You'll find Brown, Apache and Rainbow trout species in the Greer lakes as well as in the Little Colorado River. Stream fishermen will enjoy the seclusion and search for trout on the East or West Fork of the Little Colorado River. Truly a sport fishing paradise!
Hikers, Mountain Bikers and Horse Back Riders will enjoy a variety of trails that start in the Greer area.
Whether you're an experienced hiker or a novice, there is a trail for you. Simple half-day trails that are easy or longer trails for the adventurous are just minutes from your lodge, cabin or campground. When planning your trip, be sure to check at a local Forest Service office for information about the area, including weather, fire restrictions, maps, camp locations, drinking water and if a permit is needed. Don't forget to let someone know of your trip plans and your anticipated return. Be sure to carry plenty of food and water and dress appropriately. If your animals will be accompanying you, please ensure you carry adequate provisions for them also!
Pack it in! Pack it out!
Please help to keep our forest clean!
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£162|
|cleaning fee||£65 + Tax|