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Greer Lodge Resort & Cabins

80 Main Street, Greer, AZ 85927
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#1 of 13 Specialty lodging in Greer
Located on historic Main Street and bordering the Greer Meadow and National Forest, this family-owned and operated establishment offers a variety of nightly cabin rentals on the water. All the Greer Lodge Cabins are either located on a trout-pond or the Little Colorado River. The cabins can sleep anywhere from 2 to 12 guests, they have fully-equipped kitchens, covered-decks, BBQs, linens, TVs with DVD players and some have stove fireplaces. While at the Greer Lodge, the Guest WiFi, use of any of our indoor and outdoor games and unlimited rentals from our Movie Library are all available...free of charge.
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OldNorCalGuy wrote a review Oct 8
San Tan Valley, Arizona283 contributions147 helpful votes
I’m going to start by saying we received a great mid-week deal on a cabin/condo (#81) and for the price we paid it was a reasonable (but not great) deal. Let’s start with the positives… Our unit was clean. We had plenty of room for two adults and two children in our unit The kitchen was reasonably stocked with utensils There was no house keeping but they left us plenty of towels for our two-day stay The grounds near/around our unit were nice and fairly well maintained The barbecue grill on the back deck was a nice touch…and it was clean Now the not-so-positives… The inside of our unit needs some basic TLC badly…basic maintenance Our unit was no less than half a mile from the main office…not sure how we missed that detail prior to arrival Advertising our unit as a “river view” is a bit of a stretch Advertising fishing ponds is a HUGE stretch. The “large” pond is smaller than a community pool and the other pond is the size of a backyard pool. Don’t trust the marketing photos Prior to booking I was assured there would be fishing opportunities for my grandchildren but AFTER we arrived I was told the fishing was difficult because they “couldn’t stock trout in the ponds because of Covid.” Really? Prior to booking we were told the internet was “spotty”. AFTER we arrived we were told not to expect any internet connection due to their location. I talked to locals who assured me the that even though there were reliability issues with internet connections but for the most part they had access and it just came down to the choice of provider We had to reset the breaker in the kitchen/living room area more than a half dozen times. We finally decided it was most likely the electric fireplace causing the overload problem and quit using it. It is highly unlikely that we are the first people to experience this issue. The bottom line… will we come back to Greer…probably. Will we stay here…not a chance…even if they offer another deal. I’m just glad we didn’t pay full price for our stay.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Karen Sue wrote a review Sep 2021
Phoenix, Arizona2 contributions
As lovely as the view is out of #89, the cabin needs some attention in the kitchen mainly. As being a secluded destination, guests need to bring food to eat at home. The minimal kitchen dishes and pans looked like left over garage sale mismatches with barely any thoughts of stocking. One wine glass that someone left behind. No salt, no pepper 2 dish towels, no napkins, no soap. Only 3 gallons of propane is allowed? Shower curtain liner was gross, should routinely be replaced; cleanliness from other people's germs is a must in this society. We have been here before and love to visit Greer to fish. In the past two years the quality of the cabins have gone down while the prices have really gone up. We do think the grounds are being maintained and clean. Would love to see the cabins receive more attention to detail and upkeep that families need in a mountain getaway.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Road713840 wrote a review Jul 2021
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Not handicapped accessible (no designated parking or elevator). No DVR, no breakfast, no comfortable chairs, no hand soap, no clock, no ice, no tissue, no extra toilet paper, no screen in bathroom window, no drapes, no WiFi, no access to our room until 3:00 pm, small TV blocks mirror, extremely small table and refrigerator. This hotel is not for seniors!
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Date of stay: July 2021
Kelly L wrote a review Jun 2021
Scottsdale, Arizona2 contributions
We stayed June 20th - 24th in cabin #256, it's one bedroom duplex cabin with views of the meadows and mountains. Even though it was a duplex it was surprisingly private. The grounds are lovely, they have a few pet ducks in the ponds and 3 outdoor cats that are friendly and also mighty hunters (moles:) Pros: beautiful country, lots of nearby lakes, fishing, hiking and scenic drives, we saw herds of elk on the meadows nearby, deer and an Osprey nest on our outings. The cabins are lovely and pretty clean, the mattress was decent (the bed frame was really squeaky) I liked that the bed was up high so we could look at the views out of the window. Loved the outdoor porch where we would have morning coffee and adult beverages in the evening. They have horse shoes and badminton on the grounds. The staff is very proactive and friendly and were easy to get a hold of if there's a problem, even on Fathers Day. Cons: The tv remotes were kind of confusing, there are 3 with no instructions, not that big of a deal once we figured them out. The dishwasher didn't work, but they worked on it for a couple of days. Melissa said she would give us a discount because of it. .The reason I gave 4 stars is because of the dishwasher, we cook a lot so we had to hand wash the dishes. We will definitely stay there again!
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Date of stay: June 2021
Debi D wrote a review May 2021
1 contribution2 helpful votes
We stayed in Greer April 18th through the 23rd. The weather was on the chilly side, especially at night, and we did get some snow. This cabin is right on a residential road that does not get a lot of travel. The back has another cabin about 50 feet away, so no views. However we LOVE this cabin! Here are our reasons why: I’m always leery of staying in a ‘dog friendly’ anything. Not so with this cabin. It was very clean. The cabin itself is very light and airy. Walls painted a soft gray with white trim and it’s very nicely decorated. The bedrooms have been remodeled so they are lighter and brighter than the stock photos on the website. Each bedroom has its own thermostat and ceiling fan! The dinning room has a ceiling fan. The fireplace has a thermostat too, so does the living room. This is one of the few cabins in the Greer area that has king sized beds! Two of the 3 bedrooms have them The third has a queen bed. The king beds are on the firmer side. The queens was softer. There are 2 roll-away beds, the kind you would get at a hotel. The sectional couch in the living room was comfortable as was the arm chair. The TV was good size, I’m guessing 52”? We loved the XOX picture window in the living room. We had deer in the front every day of our stay and with that large window it was easy to sit on the couch and watch them. The oven works. There’s a great dual coffee maker. One side you can make traditional coffee, the other side you can use coffee pods. The microwave looked new. There was also a teapot, which made my daughter happy! The back porch has a gas grill and two glass top tables with 3 chairs each with fabric cushions. Due to the weather we really didn’t use the back porch other than the grill. We had plenty of hot water. There were 9 bath towels which worked for the three of us. There were 2 hand towels and 2 wash cloths. Things to consider before you rent this cabin. These were not deal breakers for us as we will stay here again, but being aware of these issues can help you be more prepared for your visit, so here goes: There are no cleaning supplies other than dish and hand soap. We cooked breakfast everyday and since the stove is next to the frig there would be splatter. (bacon) Thankfully I had brought an all purpose cleaner with me! There is a broom and dust pan. The kitchen is fully stocked. There were three of us and we had enough but there isn’t a lot. The plates and soup/cereal bowls are all stoneware. There were maybe 12 bowls and 8 plates. A couple of smaller bowls and 1 bread plate. For us personally, I’ll bring some paper plates next time. The silverware is mismatched as you’d expect, but there isn’t a lot. There were 8 forks, 8 soup spoons and a variety of butter knives and only 5 or 6 dinner knives. There are an abundance of utensils, most are plastic and I’m sure this is to save the non stick pots and pans. We did miss having a set of tongs for turning the bacon. The pots and pans looked fairly new. There was 2 or 3 sauce pans and a couple of skillets, however, the skillets are small. The largest was maybe 8”. Thankfully I had brought my own 12”! There is also a stock pot. The only mixing bowls (2) were stainless steal and about 12”. I used the stoneware bowls for mixing. There are no storage containers. I brought a couple for left overs and some zip lock bags too. Maybe I’m a clean freak but there were 3 thin dish towels and one dish rag. Since there is no dishwasher, I could have used a few more. I’ll make sure I bring a couple of extras next time. The only other things you might like to know is you cannot take a bath. And only one side of the grill worked. Something else to take into consideration is the cabin says will sleep 8. It would be tight, but doable, however, the kitchen, living area might not be so comfortable. The sectional in the living room could seat 4 but I’m not sure how comfortable it would be and someone could sit in the armchair. You could use the kitchen chairs for extra seating. The table seats 6 and there are 2 folding chairs. If your going during iffy weather you might want to consider that. My personal opinion is that I wouldn’t want any more than 6. Again, we love this cabin and will stay again in the future!
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Date of stay: April 2021
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$115 - $288 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesArizonaGreer
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Frequently Asked Questions about Greer Lodge Resort & Cabins
Which popular attractions are close to Greer Lodge Resort & Cabins?
Nearby attractions include West Baldy Trail (3.7 miles), Tunnel Reservoir (1.8 miles), and Butterfly Lodge Museum (0.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Greer Lodge Resort & Cabins?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, kids activities, and internet access.
Which room amenities are available at Greer Lodge Resort & Cabins?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Greer Lodge Resort & Cabins?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Greer Lodge Resort & Cabins?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Greer Lodge Resort & Cabins?
Conveniently located restaurants include Rendezvous Diner, Molly Butler Lodge Restaurant, and Omnivores Eatery.
Is Greer Lodge Resort & Cabins located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the center of Greer.
Are pets allowed at Greer Lodge Resort & Cabins?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.