Things To Do

Greer, az is a 4-season destination full of fun activities for the whole family


Weekly Events

Starting in June, these activities may be offered weekly at the Greer Community Center, depending on Covid-19 regulations.

Check our calendar for Covid-19 updated events around Greer, Arizona.

Game Day: 1 – 4pm

Board and card games for all ages.

Book Club: 1 – 2pm

Twice a Month.  Check our calendar for specific dates.

Butterfly Garden Volunteer Day: 10am – 11am

All volunteers are welcome!

Bible Study: 4pm – 5pm

Non-denominational Bible study.  Fellowship follows.  All are welcome!

Mahjong Game Day: 1pm – 4pm

Special Events Around Greer: 

Check our Full Calendar to See Special Events Around Greer.

Church Service: 9 – 11am

Non-denominational Greer Chapel worship services.

Annual Center events

  • Monthly Potluck Every 3rd Sunday During the Summer
  • July 4th:  Celebration, Bell Ringing, and Community Barbecue
  • July 25th:  Annual Live Auction and Rummage Sale

After being a threatened species, the elk population in Arizona is one of the most thriving in America.

Hiking in the forest


Explore the scenic, well-maintained trails of the White Mountains!

View the map below for trailheads near Greer AZ and download this free hiking guide sponsored by the Greer Civic Association.

With over 70 miles of trails and located at 8,500 feet, Greer is the perfect location for the casual hiker, as well as the high altitude cross country runner.

See popular trail locations and difficulty levels in detail at .

Download the Springerville Ranger District Trail Guide at .

Check trail conditions at .

Download the 2015 Hit the Trails Hiking Guide Below:



Have a front row view of the beautiful white mountains at one of the area’s many campgrounds.

View the map below for campgrounds near Greer Arizona.

Close-by Campgrounds include:

  • Apache Trout Campground
  • Benny Creek Group Area
  • Rolfe C. Hoyer Campground
  • Winn Campground

View locations and details for local campgrounds at .


horseback riding

Experience Greer Arizona from a unique perspective.

Snowy Mountain Stables     (920) 205 – 7607     County Rd 600, Greer, AZ 85927


Mountain Biking

Discover the popular biking trails of Greer AZ.

With over 70 miles of trails and located at 8,500 feet, Greer is the perfect location for high altitude training for both cross country running and mountain bike racing.

See popular trail locations and difficulty levels in detail at .

Check the popular Indian Springs Trail Loop conditions at .


Winter Sports

Greer AZ is less than 10 miles from Sunrise Park Resort, a year-round destination for skiers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.  During the winter, the resort’s three mountains offer excellent alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, tubing, and snowboarding.

Sunrise Park Resort     (855) 735 – 7669

Man fishing in a river

fishing and hunting

The Little Colorado, which runs through the heart of Greer AZ,  is a paradise for stream fishermen and women.  The nearby Greer Lakes are also renown for their Rainbow, Brown, and Apache Trout.

For those who love hunting big game, you can find elk, deer, fall turkey, fall javelina, bighorn sheep, fall bison, fall bear, and mountain lion.  For small game, Greer boasts pheasants, quail, partridge, cranes, cottontail rabbits, and tree squirrels.

Hunting and fishing licenses can be purchased online at

Combo , youth, short-term, and community licenses are available!

culture and history

Greer Arizona is full of rich history and culture to discover and appreciate!

  • Butterfly Lodge Museum

The Butterfly Lodge Museum is a 100+ year old house museum listed on The National Register of Historic Places and located in the heart of Greer AZ.  Discover the history of its two residents, the author James Schultz and his son Hart Schultz aka Lone Wolf.

 Visit their website for details and hours at

  • Casa Malpais Archaeological Park & Museum

In nearby Springerville, you will find Casa Malpais Archaeological Park & Museum, which features artifacts, an astronomical calendar, a great kiva, ancient stairways, and rock art from the Mogollon culture.  Guided tours are available March through November.

Welcome To Greer AZ

Whether you are visiting Greer or live year-round in the area, we would love to connect with you at one of our community events!

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