Attractions in the area:
The Greenbrier river Trail
is a 78-mile long rail trail operated by the West Virginia state park system. Trail uses include bicycling, backpacking, cross-country skiing and horseback riding. A packed, crusher-run surface coupled with a mere one percent grade creates an ease of riding that allows cyclists, young and old, to enjoy the many breathtaking views. The trail closely mirrors its namesake, the Greenbrier River, for most of its length, offering trail users countless opportunities for swimming. kayaking and fishing.
Underground cavern with Civil War ties
Landmark natural cave with Civil War ties & a array of stalactites & other natural wonders.
Greenbrier State Forest
Hiking and camping
Greenbrier State Forest is a 5,133-acre state forest between Lewisburg and White Sulphur Springs in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, United States.
Lost World Caverns
Cave and caving
Lost World Caverns, located just outside Lewisburg, West Virginia, is an underground natural series of caverns.
Beartown State Park
Beartown State Park is a 110-acre state park located on the eastern summit of Droop Mountain
Historic resort offering a range of accommodations, plus a casino, mineral spa & a few golf courses.
Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park
Droop Mountain in Pocahontas County, West Virginia. Droop Mountain was the site of the last major conflict of the American Civil War in West Virginia.
There’s more to the New River Gorge National River than natural beauty. Beginning in the late 1800s and continuing through the middle of the 20th century, the New River Gorge produced the energy needed to power America through the Industrial Revolution, two World Wars and beyond.
These are just a few of the attractions in the area there are lots more.
We are located just 4 miles from Historic Lewisburg, WV. We are approx 6 miles from interstate 64.