New River-Greenbrier Valley
From outdoor recreation to culture and history, you'll find it all in the scenic New River and Greenbrier Valley. Visitors flock to the New River Gorge to enjoy some of the best whitewater rafting and rock climbing on the East Coast, while the Greenbrier Valley is home to the world-famous Greenbrier Resort. Here you can tour a coal mine or spend all day exploring the woods and waters, then wrap up your visit with dining, shopping and evening entertainment in one of the many charming towns that dot the region. With a mix of outdoor recreation, small town charm and first-class luxury, you'll never want to leave!
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  • Guiding America's best whitewater for over 40 years. Offering dozens of guided adventures, a water park and on-site lodging.
  • Located in the New River Gorge, we offer rafting, zipline, climbing, lodging and dining.
  • Nestled amidst 1,600 acres of private hardwood forest, ASHLAND RESORT is the largest campground in the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System and the only Guest Rated™ "A" camping facility in West Virginia. Ashland Resort offers the perfect friends and family lodging location for ATV & Dirt Bike enthusiasts with a selection of lodges, cottages and cabins, RV and tent sites, plus a camp store.
  • Located in southern West Virginia, where peaceful meets playful!
  • Visit Fayetteville
    The Fayetteville Convention & Visitors Bureau welcomes visitors and provides information on lodging, activities and dining in America's coolest small town. Fayetteville is on the edge of the New River Gorge, minutes away from world-class rafting, hiking, biking and climbing! Explore the historic downtown with unique shops and amazing restaurants. Stay the night in a quaint bed & breakfast or a cabin under the stars.
  • Welcome to the Greenbrier Valley! Long before English settlers claimed the region, it was largely uninhabited by anything but flora and fauna. With nearly three hundred years of progress, today's visitors will find that many of the landmarks, first families and charm of small-town life are very much intact.
  • The McDowell County Convention and Visitors Bureau exists to establish McDowell County as a new and exciting destination for tourists. Our goal is to promote the area, local businesses, events and activities to develop the region as a new adventure.
  • Travel to Mercer County, an area full of charming cities and small towns, history, arts, outdoor recreation, local flavors and more-conveniently located off I-77.
  • Residents of the farming counties in the southeastern corner of West Virginia have been living in harmony with the land since the late 1700's. Traveling through Monroe offers a picture of life in these rural, agricultural communities which in many ways, retains the character imparted upon it by previous generations. We cordially invite you to step away and unplug from the hectic pace of life, and take a few days to explore Monroe County and the surrounding region.