Lodging Suggestions

There are plenty of places to sleep in our area, basically it comes down to your personal preference for comfort. The first lodging options listed below have some advantages over some others, in our opinion, for assisting the adventure traveler in one way or another. Whether it be location, early breakfasts, one night stays, mud rooms, bike friendly assets or just more personable and accommodating to your adventure quirks. We encourage you to ask questions, and tell them your needs. Not all of your need will be feasible, but, as mentioned, some are in some places more so than others. We receive no compensation from any of the places we recommend or list here. If you happen to have questions or concerns regarding your lodging options and/or your experience with them, please contact them directly. Thanks!

If you are Greenbrier River Trail users, you should ask if you can stay only one night, most don’t accommodate this!

White Sulphur Springs:  James Wylie House  The Greenbrier

Lewisburg: General Lewis Inn   Anything near I64

On the Greenbrier River Trail: Old Clark Inn mp56   Diehl House mp25

Cabins: James Wylie House   Greenbrier State Forest  Watoga State Park mp48

Campgrounds: Greenbrier State Forest  Greenbrier River Campground 

Blue Bend Recreation Area   Watoga State Park mp48   Lake Sherwood Rec Area

Other lodging in Greenbrier and Pocahontas Counties

Greenbrier County

Pocahontas County