Greer, AZ is a summer and winter visitor, outdoor recreational center in the heart of Arizona’s White Mountains. Nestled in a remote mountain valley at the headwaters of the Little Colorado River, Greer rests at an elevation of 8,525 feet. Summer temperatures rarely exceed 76 degrees!
Greer is surrounded by beautiful pine forests, laced with numerous mountain streams and sparkling lakes. Fishermen have three Greer Lakes to choose from in addition to Big Lake, Crescent Lake, Lee Valley Lake, Sunrise Lake and many others. Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, canoeing, mushroom hunting, and bird watching are popular in the area during summer. Fall and winter activities include hunting, fall color displays, cross-country skiing, sledding, snowmobiling, ice fishing and skating, and downhill skiing at nearby Sunrise Park Resort. The Greer Lakes Recreation Area (8-mile radius of Greer) has four campgrounds with a total of 205 campsites, with additional maintained campgrounds within a half-hour drive of Greer in the National Forest.