Greenbrier River Trail


The Greenbrier Trail is one of the best rail trails in the state.  There are 77 miles of trail adjacent to the Greenbrier River that allow for exploration of this scenic area. 10 Access points allow for variations in day use distances while 14 trailside campsites provide overnight accommodations. There is access to Seneca State Forest and Watoga State Park from the trail as well as the towns of Cass, Marlinton and Lewisburg.


The Greenbrier Trail is in eastern WV.  Cass, WV is the northern terminus of the trail (Google directions below). The southern terminus is near Lewisburg, WV.


Hiking, Bicycling, Canoeing (Greenbrier River), Whitewater (Greenbrier River) 


c/o Watoga State Park HC 82, Box 252 Marlinton, WV 24954


(304) 799-4078

Web resources:



book:  "Out There West Virginia- A Guide to Backcountry Travel & Adventure"

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