With its historic small town charm and breathtaking scenic beauty, there is so much to experience when you visit the Greenbrier Valley. Our eclectic communities, each with its own distinct character, offers a treasured combination of independent shops, exceptional dining, vibrant arts and outdoor recreation.
If you want to spend your visit in ultra-luxury, book a stay at the world-renowned Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs. Or if you like hip and historic, visit Lewisburg, named “America’s Coolest Small Town” by Budget Travel magazine in 2011.Visit
Located amid the breathtaking mountains of West Virginia, The Greenbrier is a National Historic Landmark and world-class resort that has been welcoming guests from around the world since 1778. The natural mineral springs that drew our first guests over 235 years ago continue to lure visitors to our 11,000 acre luxury retreat today.
America’s Resort has long been a favorite destination of royalty, celebrities and business leaders. Today, The Greenbrier invites a new generation to come out and play. Enjoy relaxing pastimes, start treasured traditions, or set out on an amazing adventure together. You'll find endless vacation possibilities at The Greenbrier.Visit
With 60 trails, 14 lifts and 257 acres, there's no wonder Snowshoe Mountain Resort is the Mid-Atlantic's premiere ski destination. Get out on the slopes by day, and by evening, dine slope side with a bottle of wine and a gourmet meal at one of Snowshoe's many restaurants. With the Coca-Cola Tubing Park and snowmobile tours, Snowshoe is a family's winter playground!
The cool summer climate gives you the opportunity to get dirty on a downhill mountain biking trail, get off-road on a RZR adventure tour, or take a horseback ride across the mountaintop. Challenge the Gary Player designed golf course at the Raven Golf Club or go paddle boarding at Shaver's Lake, there's a little fun for everyone at Snowshoe Mountain Resort.Visit
Experience the southern hospitality and elegant charm that have made this resort a premier destination for 23 U.S. presidents. Located across more than 2,000 acres of scenic Virginia landscape, this resort provides timeless comforts and access to an array of exciting activities no matter the season. From the full-service spa to the two-acre water park, you're sure to have an experience unlike any other.
The Omni Homestead Resort offers some of the country's most challenging and historic fairways. Consistently ranked among the finest Virginia golf courses, our championship courses allow you to perfect your golf game on impeccably manicured greens while basking in the serenity of the surrounding landscape.Visit
West Virginia family resort offers a wide range of lodging accommodations and recreational activities. Championship golfing, spa services, and blissfully simple pursuits like swimming, hiking, and boating are all at your doorstep. Bowl a game or two, catch a movie, play and escape room, or enjoy a priceless West Virginia sunset - without ever leaving the resort. Just outside our gates, a world of adventure awaits you, with world-class whitewater rafting, downhill skiing, rock climbing, and unforgettable fly-fishing an easy drive away.
You and your family will delight in our dining options. There are four restaurants and several lounges just steps away - ranging from a casual cafe, elegant special occasion dining, bountiful buffets, and a lively sports bar and restaurant.Visit
The Greenbrier River Trail is a 78-mile former railroad now used for hiking, biking and horseback riding. It is the longest trail of its kind in West Virginia. The trail provides many breath taking views as it passes through several small towns, crosses 35 bridges, goes through two tunnels and cuts through some of West Virginia’s most remote areas.
The Greenbrier River Trail is one of 50 Millennium Legacy Trails in the United States, and was rated one of the top 10 hiking trails in the country by Backpacker Magazine. Cell phones work most places on the trail except for the upper reaches near the National Radio astronomy ObservatoryVisit
The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad offers mountain rail adventures that depart from the depots of Elkins, Durbin, Cheat Bridge, and Cass April through December. These remote wilderness excursions on historic steam-driven locomotives and vintage diesel-powered passenger trains explore the more remote areas of the Mountain State, places even autos cannot access. Choose from two- to eight-hour excursions, dinner trips, or an overnight experience in the Castaway Caboose.Visit
Welcome to Nature's Mountain Playground - Pocahontas County, West Virginia! Whether you're searching for epic outdoor adventure, family fun, inspiring views and sunsets or mountain music and unique festivals, we've got the goods here in the Allegheny Mountains. Pocahontas County is home to Green Bank Observatory, Pearl S. Buck Birthplace, Monongahela National Forest, Snowshoe Mountain Resort, five state parks, two state forests and eight rivers.
Home to West Virginia’s first International Mountain Biking Association Riding Center, the area is a hot-bed for mountain biking enthusiasts from all over the world.Visit
The County of Bath has a rich history of welcoming visitors. For centuries, people came to experience the healing waters of the natural hot springs. The breathtaking views of the Allegheny Mountains are a constant invitation to come out and play. It’s no surprise that outdoor adventure is a favorite way to enjoy time in the County of Bath. Mountain biking and road cycling are very popular. Hiking trails through the national forest offer amazing views. The rivers and lakes offer great paddling and world-class fishing. In the winter, try snowshoeing, cross country skiing as well as downhill skiing and snowboarding.
The Alleghany Highlands of Virginia offers visitors more than sights to see. Here you can step away from the hustle and bustle of a hectic life and step into our world where we embrace our rich heritage, celebrate the arts and have a passion for our beautiful outdoors. Perhaps most of all, we treasure our friends and neighbors and welcome visitors to our community with open arms.
Whether you visit for a day, weekend or longer, you’ll discover why life in the Alleghany Highlands is like nowhere else in Virginia.Visit