Stroll out your door and into paradise from these well-situated lodges
Along the Little Colorado River in Arizona’s White Mountains, tiny Greer is the kind of community where elk and deer outnumber human residents―the perfect place to hide out.
Greer Lodge’s 11 rooms, all knotty pine and log walls, have luxe touches and fluffy beds that make you want to curl up and get cozy, but they’re blissfully free of TVs and phones.
Pry yourself out of your room for fly fishing, kayaking, mountain biking, and hiking in the nearby ponds, meadows, and forest. —Nora Burba Trulsson