Greenbrier County is the second largest county in West Virginia having historic towns, state parks and wilderness areas as well as lots of National Forest to escape in.
Lewisburg is the county seat and is a favorite with many because of the history, Carnegie Hall, West Virginia Osteopathic School, the many restaurants and shops to visit and so much more. Recently it was named “America’s coolest small town in the USA” with good reason.
White Sulphur Springs is known as the Spa City because here is where you will find The Greenbrier, one of the country’s most luxurious and exclusive resorts. At the resort, you may see the New Orleans Saints at their summer practice and top ranked tennis tournaments. The town has seen such a revitalization and is thriving with new boutiques, restaurants, and businesses of all kinds! The town loves golf and is the home of the PGA Classic (Greenbrier), Oakhurst – the site of the first organized golf club in the US and of course The Valley View Golf Club where neighbors gather daily.
Ronceverte is a friendly community along the Greenbrier River just minutes from Lewisburg or White Sulphur Springs.
Rupert is one of the older settlements in Greenbrier County.
Rainelle is situated on the western edge of the County, sitting at the base of Sewell and Sim’s Mountains and has the Meadow River running thru it.
Alderson is also a river town and is in both Greenbrier and Monroe Counties – depending on which side of the river you are at! A small historic town where you can enjoy water activities on the river in the middle of town! It also throw a super 4th of July parade!!