Secluded ranch provides refuge for fall visitors


Cooper Lake

Mike Lake admires the beauty that Hidden Meadow Ranch has to offer.

Owen Taylor, staff writer

Located about ten miles north from a small town called Greer, sits a peaceful ranch known as Hidden Meadow Ranch. It is about a three to four hour drive from Phoenix, Tucson or Flagstaff.
The drive to this Arizona private ranch community from central and southern Arizona offers the spectacular scenery of the Mogollon Rim or the Salt River Canyon.
Today, Hidden Meadow Ranch is family owned and operated by some seriously people loving, nature respecting horse people. It’s quickly growing, multigenerational membership community, as well as Hidden Meadow Ranch’s dedicated, staff help create the ultimate mountain getaway experience.
As kids roam free between the Tepee village and the clubhouse, and members gather after a day of hiking, fishing, or skiing at Brody’s cafe or the lodge restaurant for dinner by the fire, the pride in ownership is evident. Hidden Meadow Ranch owners are unified in their attachment to this restful nature property.