Surrounded by the panoramic beauty of the Allegheny Mountains, White Sulphur Springs is located in the gorgeous Greenbrier Valley, West Virginia. The valley is also home to the communities of Alderson, Rainelle and Ronceverte, each with its own distinct character, and Lewisburg, “America’s Coolest Small Town.”
With its wonderful combination of historical attractions, unique shopping, vibrant arts and culture scene, and outstanding outdoor recreation, Greenbrier Valley offers something for everyone. It’s also the delicious destination for exceptional dining, and is a showcase for locally grown produce, regional culinary heritage and agri-tourism.
The Greenbrier Valley is a region steeped in history, with a rich and proud heritage. From its origins in 1769, it was the site of several battles during the Civil War—including the Battle of Dry Creek in White Sulphur Springs in 1863—and today, three sites have been designated as part of the Civil War Trails Program, perfect for history buffs young and old.
As home to the Greenbrier State Forest, Monongahela National Forest, and the Greenbrier River Trail, there are plenty of outdoor adventures waiting to be discovered by hikers, bikers, horseback riders and skiers. Running the length of the Greenbrier River Trail is the Greenbrier River. At 173 miles long, it’s the longest unblocked river remaining in the Eastern United States, and a fisherman’s paradise.