Skinny Bear Cabin - 1450 sf.ft
Sleeps up to 8 people
Min. stay: 2 night
PLAN YOUR VACATION
Greer has numerous Things To Do. These include Activities, Museums, Tourist Attractions, Scenic Drives and more. This is a great way to learn about this special place. We have tried to provide a lot of information in an easy format to understand. We love sharing Greer with our guests.There is really no place like Greer in the Southwestern U.S.
We are family of two who loves nature and want to share it with you, our guests.
Two rivers converge in the Greer Valley Meadow, where wildlife is abundant. The valley is surrounded by mountains, which are covered in Ponderosa Pines and Aspen trees (and they are simply stunning in their fall colors!). Deer and Elk often emerge from the woods in late afternoons to graze and play in the Greer meadow and drink from the rivers, presenting an awesome sightseeing experience for visitors.
Roughly 90% of Greer is National Forest, making it one of the most beautiful, pristine natural habitats that can be found in Arizona. Also, as part of the largest Ponderosa Pine forest in the world, it’s a pine tree lover’s haven.
Touching nature becomes a daily occurrence in Greer, as visitors often report sightings of Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, Ospreys, Goshawks, Blue Herons, Song Birds, Raccoons, Squirrels, Fox, Coyotes, and Skunks.
Fishing is in ever abundance in Greer, AZ. There are 630 miles of trout streams and 22 trout lakes within a 30-mile radius of the town.
The Greer area has been designated as one of the best places in the world for star gazing, due to the absence of city lights, clear skies, and high altitude. Its comfortable climate also makes it a wonderful place to sit on your front porch with a blanket and a cup of hot cocoa, admiring the peaceful stars resting overhead on cool evenings.
In 1979, the town of Greer celebrated its 100 year anniversary with a 3-day extravaganza of events, including a parade, fishing derby, wagon rides, barn dance, and barbeque. The event drew in 2,000 people and was so successful that the town created Greer Days, an annual event that continues this tradition with those fun activities and many more, making it a delightful time to check out Greer each year.