Our Frequently Asked Questions
We have done our best to keep the rustic feel from when The Ldoge was built while providing the comfort of modern conveniences. All Lodge rooms are uniquely decorated in antiques and/or rustic furniture and have private bathrooms with showers. The lobbies have open fireplaces and pellet stoves. Visit our dining room page for your dining options.
All cabins are heated, three of the cabins have an open fireplace with beautiful custom mantels, and all of them either have a wood burning or pellet stoves. Every cabin has a full kitchen with basic pots, pans, dishes and utensils. If you do not want to spend your time cooking, you are more than welcomed to join us for all three meals in the dining room!
All the cabins all have recently renovated kitchens and bathrooms.
Your leisure activities are limited only by your enthusiasm and stamina. Arizona White Mountain Adventures is based out of Hannagan Meadow Lodge. Click on the activities tab to see what we offer. For those whom desire to relax and rest at The Lodge, we suggest a deck of cards, a board game, a great novel, a visit to the bonfire, pitching horseshoes or enjoying the view of the meadow on the front porch.
The Hannagan Meadow Lodge is located on the U.S. 191, 22 miles south of Alpine, Arizona. Driving directions.
Generally speaking no. There is no cellular service at Hannagan Meadow Lodge
Yes, at Hannagan Meadow Lodge we have a DSL high speed internet system. This system is fairly fast and speeds are improving all the time. We do not promise that it will be available in all our cabins but it is available at the lodge. We do not guarantee you can stream video and other very high bandwidth services but the system is sufficient for emails, internet, and voice calls over IP
The seven lodge rooms are located on the second and third floors of the main lodge. The lodge is a historic and beautiful building built in 1926. There is no elevator to access your room as the lodge was built in 1926.
Hannagan Meadow Lodge is located at nearly 9,100 feet elevation. Maximum summertime temperatures are a beautiful 75 degrees and a great escape from 120+ heat of Phoenix, Tuscon, and other nearby cities.
Winters can bring blizzards and snow and make for great tubing, cross country skiing, and snow shoeing.
Please make sure to get weather and road conditions before driving.
Road conditions: https://www.az511.com/
We sure do! Snow shoes and cross country skiis are available at $25.00 per day.
Yes, with restrictions. There is an additional fee of $20 to bring your pet.
Pets are not allowed in our lodge rooms but they are allowed in our cabins
Pets much be on a leash at all times when they are outside
It is important that your pets be "pet friendly" as there are two Hannagan Meadow Lodge Husky's on the property.
We ask all guests to keep their pets inside after 10:00PM unless absolutely necessary.
Certainly! For a delightful family reunion, hunting party, womens’ weekend away, a wedding, motorcycle groups, church or club getaway... Hannagan Meadow Lodge is happy to provide you with the perfect location for your group gathering. Many of our groups in the past have reserved the entire property for their event. If you are a smaller group, you are welcomed too! We can comfortably accommodate groups up to 65 people and also provide special services such as buffet-style catering. There is a large white commercial tent locatedon the southside of the property for groups to rent for $250 per day, includes tables and chairs.
EVERYONE is welcomed to stop by Hannagan Meadow Lodge while in Eastern Arizona. Of course, the best way to experience the unique feel of the property and all the fun activities is to stay right on-site, but if you're just passing through, please stop and say hello! The dining room is open to the public; you do not need to be a guest of the Lodge to enjoy the Lodge. Generally, there is always someone in the lobby or on the front porch who would love to show you around. For large groups, we recommend you call ahead so necessary arrangements can be made for your party.
National attention was drawn to Hannagan Meadow area in 1998, when Secretary of the Interior, Bruce Babbitt, proceeded with the Mexican Wolf Endangered Species Reintroduction program as recommended by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services. A press conference was held in the front room of Hannagan Meadow Lodge during this incredible event. For current updates about this initiative, please visit
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