Greer, Arizona - Lodge Before It Was Burned Down!

Yesterday morning, May 10, 2011, a landmark located in northern Arizona, burned down. Fortunately, I’ve been one of the many who had the opportunity to visit this pristine area.  I’ve taken Greer, Arizonaseveral photos of the Lodge and the area, and share a photograph of the Lodge as well as the meadow directly behind the Lodge. 

Located about three hours north and east of Mesa, Arizona, this mountain community is particularly special. Scattered around the “former” Lodge are cabins, catch and release fishing, green, green meadows and lakes, streams and trees and mountains.


Truly this amazing Greer, ArizonaLodge will be missed sitting as a reminder that a community such as this one is alive and well. I’ve heard the owner will rebuild, and I, of course, will continue to visit Greer and enjoy the beauty of northern Arizona. 

If you're thinking of moving to Arizona, there are, indeed, many beautiful places. Arizona has the desert communities, the mountain communities, and the lake communities, and when you purchase your home, chances are, you will meet someone close by from your area.  You see, we do have hot summers, but the mountains and the lakes and rivers are close by, and the likelihood of a hurricane, tornado, or earthquake - nil.











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Hi Teri...Sorry to hear a landmark was destroyed by Fire, good news there sounds like there will be a New Lodge in Greer..

What No Earth Quakes?... what would wake me while snoozing in my Office Chair..haa

Posted by Fred Carver Personal Real Estate Corporation, Accredited Real Estate Consultant (RE/MAX Camosun Victoria BC Real Estate) over 7 years ago

A tragedy, Teri. I loved that old lodge. 

Posted by Paul Slaybaugh, Scottsdale, AZ Real Estate (Realty Executives) over 7 years ago

Teri, It was such a beautiful lodge.  It is so sad that it is no longer.

Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) over 7 years ago

Oh, that's so sad!  You photographs are beautiful, it's good to see you again!


Posted by Janna Scharf, Coeur d'Alene Idaho Real Estate Expert (Keller Williams Realty Coeur d'Alene) over 7 years ago

You know they will rebuild, but you also know it will never be the same. Hopefully everyone who worked there will be back to work soon as I know that is just as much of a loss to those families as well as the owners.

Posted by Respect Realty LLC, Brokers - Oregon / SW Washington Real Estate (Respect Realty LLC) over 7 years ago

Terrrie:  Sad to lose a landmark, for sure but hopefully no one was harmed!

Posted by Sidney Kutchuk - Realty Works Temecula Kutchuk - Realty Works Temecula, Realty Works Temecula (Realty Works Temecula) over 7 years ago

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