Greenbrier River State Forest
Greenbrier State Forest relies on its natural qualities to attract most visitors. And well it should. The campground is nearly ideal in size and setting. The forest itself has activities for the self-motivated outdoors enthusiast, such as hiking and mountain biking, with other outdoor pursuits nearby. There are a few developed facilities, like a swimming pool. The famed Greenbrier River Trail is just a few miles away, and the Greenbrier River offers canoeing and fishing. West Virginia’s most historic cave, Organ Cave, and nearby historic Lewisburg are definitely worth a visit. When you come back from whatever you are doing, the campground will seem like home.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Campsites||16 sites; Fee $16 per night electric, $11 per night nonelectric|
|Season||Open April 15 through October 31|
|Camp Elevation||2,000 ft|
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