Named for former owners of Hannagan Meadow Lodge during the 1960's. Bedroom with queen bed, private bathroom; common room with queen sofa bed & two twin beds. Full kitchen, microwave and fireplace and propane heating. Large wraparound front/side deck porch.
Named for a Hannagan-area conservationist and author. Sleeps 6 people. This cabin has two bedrooms with queen beds and two bathrooms. The common area has a full sofa bed. There is a full kitchen, microwave and an open fireplace.
Named for a famous Arizona White Mountains-area hunter. Sleeps 8 people. Two private bedrooms each with a queen bed. The common room has a queen sofa bed and two twin beds. This cabin has a full kitchen, microwave, open fireplace and a bathroom with a shower.
Named for former owners of the Lodge from 1944-1969. This large cabin has a full kitchen, two bathrooms, wood burning stove and accommodates 9. A new roof was put on the cabin in 2010. This cabin is ideal for two families/groups. The bathrooms are on separate sides. The cabin separates into two sides with an interior door and separate outside doors. The south side has a queen size bed in the common area, with a twin roll-away for this room. The north side has a private bedroom with a queen size bed. The common area has two full size beds and a twin roll-away.
Named for former Clifton mayor Peter Riley, chairman of the 1926 dedication celebration of highway 191, held at Hannagan Meadow. Sleeps 4 people. It has a private bedroom with a queen bed the common room has one queen sofa bed, a full kitchen, a private bath with a shower and a wood stove. Bundles of wood on site for sale.
Named in honor of the Tom Waite Family (Lodge owners from 2001-2010). Tom and Tessa Waite while co-owners of the Lodge were responsible for the construction of this cabin and its two neighbors. These cabins were the first new buildings added to the Lodge in over 40 years. The Waite's did significant research on the history of the Lodge now secured in digital form. Sleeps 5 people. It has a private bedroom with a queen bed and a twin roll away. The common room has a futon bed, a full kitchen, a private bath with a shower and a wood stove. Bundles of firewood on site for sale.
Named for Linda Thiel, who with her five children and partner Jim Thudin, owned the Lodge from 1981-1996. Sleeps 3 people. It has a private bedroom with a queen bed and a twin roll away. The common room has a futon bed, full kitchen, a private bath with shower and a wood stove. Bundles of firewood on site for sale.