Museum & Gift Store Hours of Operation for 2023:
May 25th - September 23rd
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10AM - 3PM
Entry By Donation
A House Museum in Greer, AZ
Listed on The National Register
of Historic Places
The History of Butterfly Lodge
Butterfly Lodge was built in 1913 and first occupied in 1914. The log cabin's name "Apuni Oyis" in Blackfeet was inspired by the countless butterflies in the meadows surrounding the cabin. It was built by John Butler for James W. Schultz as his hunting cabin, and later became the home of his son, Hart M. Schultz aka Lone Wolf.
The lodge housed two colorful careers, the father's fashioned in words, and the son’s in painted images and sculptures of the West, both of which found inspiration from this little cabin and its surroundings.
We invite you to walk through our site, enjoy reading the history of these two talented men, see pictures and check out our calendar of events!
Make plans to visit Greer and step back in time through this over 100-year-old log cabin, with its original floors, windows, fireplace and many artifacts that belonged to James Schultz, Lone Wolf and his wife Naomi.
"Educating the present and Protecting
the future by Preserving the past."
GET TO KNOW BUTTERFLY LODGE MUSEUM
A Step Back Into Our Past - A Step Forward Into Our Future
GET TO KNOW
A Step Back Into Our Past
A Step Forward
Into Our Future
"Best time ever! Dave our guide made the history feel first hand! Warm, inviting and extremely entertaining while learning new things! A perfect outing for Nana and Grand daughter! GREAT place to get away from it all! Highly recommend 🐺💐🌻💐🌹🐝🐛🐞🐺"
- Lauren J
"This is a neat place, breath of fresh air, nature and history."
- Jess Mason
"Awesome!! It's a very cool museum, especially considering it's diminutive stature. There is SO much to see, every little thing in these cabins is original and authentic and amazing! Great place to visit, seriously worth your time in Greer."
- Cat K
Help preserve our heritage. All contributions are tax deductible.
Help preserve our heritage.
are tax deductible.