Welcome to Hannagan Meadow Lodge in the Arizona White Mountains
Hannagan Meadow Lodge has been open to the public since 1926, when the scenic Colorado Trail was dedicated. Completely isolated, yet readily accessible, the Lodge offers guests quiet serenity and a peaceful getaway from the hustle of daily life. Come visit and experience for yourself why former Arizona Governor Bruce Babbitt has called Hannagan Meadow "the most beautiful place in the state!"
Guests at the Lodge are quickly enchanted with a perfect mix of rustic surroundings and modern conveniences. Seven unique lodge rooms give more refined comfort with beautiful antique furnishings and private baths. Eight authentic log cabins located on 13 acres offer families and groups private accommodations, each with a fireplace or a wood-burning stove, a kitchen and a private patio. All lodging is very reasonably priced
. The Lodge is open year-round, as the roads are maintained in the winter.
The Lodge restaurant is one of the oldest continuously operating restaurants in Arizona, originally opened in the 1930's. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily. Guests and visitors can enjoy a delicious meal by a warm fire with friends and family without leaving the property.
Home of Arizona White Mountain Adventures
, the lodge provides outdoor recreational opportunities for all ages and abilities. Summer activities include UTV tours, fly-fishing lessons, and guided fly-fishing, mountain bike rentals, and hiking. Winter activities include guided snowmobile tours, snowcat tours, snowshoe rentals, cross country ski rentals, and the best tubing hill on the mountain.
Located on US 191, originally dedicated as Route 666 and The Coronado Trail Scenic Byway gained The Devil’s Highway as a nickname. The Devil's Highway is a favorite of motorcycle and car enthusiasts from all over the world. With over 650 turns and over 5,000 ft. of elevation change in just 120 miles, the route is world class.
Come and experience the hidden gem of The Arizona White Mountains!