We are located at the Hannagan Meadow Lodge. This 1926 lodge is on the scenic Coronado Trail in Arizona’s Blue Range Primitive Area on the Mogollon Rim.
Since 1926, the Lodge has been located on the scenic Coronado Trail, in the wilderness of Arizona’s Blue Range Primitive Area. Completely isolated yet readily accessible, the Lodge offers our guests quiet serenity and a peaceful getaway from the hustle of daily life.
Guests at the Lodge are quickly enchanted with our perfect mix of rustic surroundings and modern conveniences. Eight unique lodge rooms give a more refined comfort with beautiful antique furnishings and private baths. All lodging is very reasonably priced. Eight authentic log cabins offer families and groups private accommodations, each with fireplace or wood-burning stove, and kitchenette.
Guests and visitors can enjoy a warm fire and companionship in our Fireplace Sitting Room and Dining Room.
Our visitors are quickly enveloped in the three “S”s of Hannagan Meadow: wonderful sights, sounds and smells! Everything you see is a feast for your eyes, from the shimmering leaves of the aspen trees to the crystal-clear night view of millions of stars in the sky. The quiet of the area allows sounds you don’t hear in everyday life, including the calls of native birds, bugling of elk and yelping of coyotes, and the rustling of the wind through the trees.
And lastly, breathe deeply and savor the reawakening of your senses from the fresh pines and clear mountain air. All in all, it’s a feast for your senses when you visit Hannagan Meadow! Come visit and experience for yourself why former Arizona Governor Bruce Babbitt has called Hannagan Meadow “the most beautiful place in the state!”