Communities

Lewisburg

Established in 1792, Lewisburg has a 236-acre National Register Historic District containing 18th and 19th century buildings of historic and architectural significance.  Lewisburg was named, One of the Best Small Art Towns in America and one of National Geographics Best Small Town Escapes.  Lewisburg is home to a quaint downtown full of antique shops, specialty shops, and restaurants.
 
White Sulphur Springs

WSS is home to the world renowned Greenbrier Resort, and the PGA event, The Greenbrier Classic.  The town is also home to Oakhurst Links, the first organized golf club in the US.  

Alderson

Alderson's National Register Historic District has 165 structures of historical significance, dating back to 1871.  Alderson still possesses its historic train depot.  The area plays host each year to the states largest Independence Day celebration

Ronceverte

Situated on the banks of the Greenbrier River, Ronceverte was one an important timber center on the C&O Railroad.  An impressive train depot remains along with a riverside park and amphitheater.  The Ronceverte River Festival is the towns largest event, held each June.

Rainelle

The westernmost municipality in Greenbrier County was once an active lumber town.  Its mining and lumber history is still evident today in the areas transitional surroundings.