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K5 Gallery & High Country Adventure


Starting at $54.50

514 E. Main Springerville, AZ 85938
Fax: 928.333.5191
Email: rooms@k5reeds.com

A Traditional Family Business

Knight Family

A modern motel with a range of rooms for everyone; families on vacation, hunters, pets, and business.

Step back in time to a nicer, friendlier place. You'll feel the difference the moment you step in the door. Sense the pride of family ownership and small town, comfortable charm at historic Reed's Lodge.

Nestled in a protected, pastoral valley at the foot of the beautiful White Mountains, our lodge offers quick, easy access to fishing, hunting and outdoor recreation in the magnificent Apache National Forest. We are minutes away from the amazing Casa Malpais Archaeological Park, popular Sunrise Ski Resort and all White Mountain area attractions and activities. We are located on Hwy 60/180/191 in Springerville which, along with its sister town of Eagar, occupies Round Valley or "Valley Redondo" as it was named by the area's first Spanish settlers.

Built in 1949 to serve early day travelers on US 60, the nation's first coast to coast highway, Reed's retains its original, relaxed country atmosphere. Together with our unique homestyle K5 Gallery, it reflects the real west cultural heritage of our region. Many rooms boast beautifully warm, locally milled aged knotty pine walls or log beams from the adjacent Apache National Forest. Some are individually decorated with art by outstanding local artists who are featured in our gallery. Outdoor porch supports are of large juniper and pine logs, adding more western character. Our grounds feature casual, country landscaping (weeders welcome!) with several lawns, a variety of trees, and colorful flowers in season.

Film legend John Wayne owned a ranch nearby and used to enjoy coming to Reed's to play cards with Galyn's dad and other local gentlemen. Our guests enjoy making themselves at home, relaxing by the huge lobby fireplace and swapping big fish or wild hunting and skiing stories. We've even got a place to clean and freeze fish, and to barbecue on a back lawn. The White Mountains are famous for trout fishing and over forty coldwater lakes and 500 miles of streams. The rare Apache Trout can be found only here, along with cutthrout, brook, rainbow and brown trout. Our lower lakes also offer bass, walleye and northern pike, catfish and sunfish. You can fill your ice chests with all the free ice you need for your outdoor adventures or borrow our bicycle built for two for a fun spin around town.

We are happy to point you to near by children's playgrounds or a variety of hiking trails and wildlife areas.


Lodging & Rates

We pride ourselves on offering different types of rooms, unlike many chains whose rooms are all “cookie cutter” the same. We try to offer something for a variety of tastes and pocketbooks. Even within each type of room, you will find that our décor varies some in color, artwork and carpet. We hope you agree that this approach adds a bit more personality and uniqueness to your room here. We know that our rates are very competitive in our area and we aim to please! Ask about special accommodations for small to medium groups.

Announcement! All rates updated,not including tax, May 1st. Thank you for your understanding.

Economy Rooms



For cowboys, workers and folks on a budget, “Bunkhouse” rooms are a bit worn and not especially pretty, but the price is right. Everybody gets a discount! And they’ve got all the basics; clean, comfortable and functional. They do have free high speed wireless, phones, older T.V.s, back supporter Queen mattresses and combination tub and showers.

Cabin Rooms



These are vintage early fifties rooms with an old-fashioned mountain cabin feel to them due to the knotty pine paneling on a couple of walls (logged and milled locally). It gives a relaxed, cozy feel to the rooms that makes them favorites of many guests. The bath fixtures are older and a few have worn surfaces, but we guarantee them to be clean! Most feature pedestal sinks, and all have Microfridges, standard T.V., free high speed wireless and good back supporter Queen mattresses. They are also located off the street in a walled parking lot. Parking is directly in front of each room.

Ponderosa Rooms



We sometimes call these our deluxe rooms. We’re not the Hilton, but we think you’ll really like them. These spacious rooms are our newest. They feature large Ponderosa Pine wood beams in the ceiling, along with upgraded décor and comfy Serta Perfect Sleeper plush-top back supporter mattresses, with either one King or two Queens per room. Each has a flat screen T.V., a Microfridge, and free high speed wireless with a good, strong signal. The Ponderosa rooms are located away from the highway and face in on a pleasant, quiet courtyard lawn with a park style barbecue in one corner. Bring your own charcoal!

Gallery Row Rooms

Gallery Row


These are our largest rooms and features art by one of the top notch local artists who displays in our onsite western gallery. (Some guests enjoy finding artists’ prints to take home from our homestyle gallery.) Each room has a sign above the entry door with the artist’s name and the name of the room. You can request them by name and enjoy different art each time you come, or just pick a favorite room as many folks do. Try the “Eagles’ Nest” room or the “Cowboy Golf” room, the “Aspen” room, “Navajo Dreams”, “Lil Buckaroo” or the “Ranch” room. They have either one King or two Queens, the same plush mattresses found in the “Ponderosa” rooms, nice T.V.s, Microfridges, and free wireless. Parking in front of the rooms. Priced the same as the “Ponderosa” rooms.



Bunkhouse: $69.50 Cabin: $79.50 Ponderosa: $99.50 Sierra: $120

Perfect for families or close friends, Reed's offers Cabin, Bunkhouse, and Ponderosa Suites with two rooms that share one bath. Each unit has doors which can be closed for privacy and the same amenities as similar single rooms. We are also proud to introduce our new extended stay or business suite, The Sierra Suite provides a relaxing retreat and features a king bed, sleeper sofa, walk-in shower, ample work space and a furnished kitchen complete with cooktop. Just bring your food. Please contact us for more information.

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Hunting and Wildlife Photography Tours

Knight Guiding

Our son, Deric,Knight Guiding, is a licensed outfitter and guide in both Arizona and New Mexico offering Elk, Deer, and Antelope Hunts and photo shoots. Claim your Trohpy Elk and catch once in a life time shots, Contact daric@knightguiding.com or ask us about Knight Guiding.

High Country Adventures

High Country Adventures

Guided by 5th generation rancher, and Reed's proprietor Roxanne Kinght, see little known natural splendor and historical wonders.

Get a feel for this western land. Tour a working western ranch, explore the great Apache national Forest, and old abandoned homesteads. Seasonal nature and rock art hikes. Our tours will take you off the beaten path to see the real west. Contact K5 Reed's to discover the White Mountain's world of adventure and plan your escape today.

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Local Attractions

Located on the historic Route 60, the original "Ocean to Ocean" highway, Reed's is the perfect base camp for exploring some of Arizona's most pristine wilderness and recreational attractions. From bird watching to mushrooming, mountain biking to skiing, hunting and fishing to four wheeling and kayaking, the White Mountains is your destination for adventure vacations.

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests

Greer Meadow

Totaling 2.8 million acres spanning two forests and 5 ranger districts this national forest stretches from the Mogollon Rim through Arizona's White Mountains and into the high deserts around Clifton. Springerville, location of the forest Supervisors Office, is centrally located and the perfect location to explore this sprawling wilderness. Check it out with the Forest Service.

Casa Malpais Archaeological Park and Museum

Casa Malpais

A pueblo from the Mogollon culture built around 1260 on a basalt cliff located just outside of town. Recognized as a National Historic Landmark in 1964 and still considered sacred by the Hopi and Zuni tribes, Casa Malpais is home to a Great Kiva and solar calendar among other features. Casa Malpais can be toured Tuesday through Saturday, from March to Novemeber or visit it's museum year round. For more info see casamalapis.org.

Game and Fish Wildlife Areas

Wenima in winter

Part of AZ Game and Fish's Wildlife protection programs these wildlife areas are home to numerous rare species and offer easy day hiking just outside of town. Wenima on the northwest side offers a river and excellent bird watching. Sipe on the east side, is an excellent area to view elk, birds of prey, and wild flowers.

Sunrise Park Resort

Sunrise Park Resort

High in the White Mountains above town the Park offers year round fun with zip lines in the summer, alpine skiing in the winter and a lot more. Arizona's largest ski resort operating for over 40 years, is run by the White Mountain Apache Tribe and only 35 miles from Reeds front door. Get your tickets at sunriseskiparkaz.com or right at the resort.

White Mountain Dinosaur Exploration Center

Zuniceratops Stays at Reed's

Springervilles own Natural History Museum and Research Outpost. WMDEC works with numerous Universities, Museums, and Citizen Scientists to study the region's diverse natural history. Offering day tours, kids programs, expeditions, and volunteer opporunties WMDEC is your opportunity to discover the ancient world of dinosarus just under your feet. Visit whitemountaindino.com for Museum hours or to book a natural history adventure today.

Coronado National Scenic Byway

Blue Vista

US 191 between Clifton and Springerville, known by bikers and motorcyclists near and far as the "Devil's Highway" , is a bucket list destination for any dedicated motorist. Travel through some of Arizona's best wilderness on one of the windiest roads, over 400 curves, in the United States. See Arizona Highways for more infomation. Don't forget our exclusive commemorative T-Shirt!

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