About

Greer

Greer is a summer and winter outdoor recreational center in the White Mountains. Greer is fast becoming a year-round destination point as people discover the beauty of Arizona's high country and enjoy the four seasons. The Willard Lee family arrived in Greer in 1879 and named it Lee Valley. In 1898 the name was changed to Greer in honor of a leading citizen, Americus Vespucius Greer. Greer is surrounded by pine forests with numerous mountain streams and lakes. The economy is heavily oriented tourism and recreation.

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Greer Ranger Station 1924

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