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Sunrise Park Resort

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Junctions of Hwy. 260 and Hwy. 273, Greer, AZ 85927 Junctions of Hwy. 260 and Hwy. 273, Greer Directions

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Report | 2 years ago
They honored my Groupon even though it was expired. It was a VERY FUN day on the lift and hiking the area. Beautiful day!
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Report | 2 years ago
Beautiful area. Kind of hard to find if you've never been there before. Signage could be better. All employees were polite and efficient. We just did the chair lift. Great views, but a disappointing restaurant at the top...just snacks, and they were all out of hot chocolate and cappuccino. Other than that, I'd go back!
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Report | 2 years ago
Fantastic way to spend an afternoon!
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It was a great exp
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Report | 2 years ago
Staff...we were told the day b4 that we could check in at noon. When we got there they told us 12.30. We were upset so they talked to a manage and let us check in at noon . Lack of communication.
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Report | 2 years ago
Fun family venue, lots of activities, great views from the ski lift!
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the experience was fun, most of the staff were very friendly except people running the burrito shop at the bottom, extremely rude, but all in all we had a great time
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Tje view snd staff were amazing. The day we showed up was ☔, hailing and ☈, glad we stuck around for weather to clear and make it up the chair lift. Next visit taking the entire family.
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A beautiful view; worth every minute of it!
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So worth the money. Whole day of relaxing beautiful family fun!
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From Our Editors

When you think of Arizona, snow-capped peaks perfect for zooming down on skis or a snowboard may not come to mind. But at Sunrise Park in the heart of the White Mountains, visitors find plenty of fresh powder covering challenging trails and runs. The resort stands nearly 11,000 feet above sea level, offering stunning mountain vistas, a spectacular alpine landscape, and plenty of heavy snowfall in ski season. Owned and operated by the White Mountain Apache Tribe, Sunrise Resort entertains visitors year-round not only with winter sports, but with warm-weather activities like mountain biking, ziplining, horseback riding, and kayaking. Read on to learn more about what this mountain retreat has to offer:

Lodging

  • The 96-room Sunrise Park Hotel & Conference Center provides a comfortable rustic backdrop to family vacations and conventions alike.
  • An onsite RV park lets campers rest in the wilderness among herds of elk and antelope.

Summer Activities

  • Fly down the state's longest zipline for more than 2,300 feet over ponderosa pines.
  • Practice your aim with archery workshops and competitions.
  • Hike or ride horses through the piney woods of Arizona's White Mountains.

Winter Sports

  • Zoom down 65 beginner, intermediate, and expert runs on the slopes.
  • Enjoy a full season of ski weather in the Southwest, with slopes open from November to April.
  • Get a wide variety of skiing and snowboarding experience, with runs on three separate peaks.

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