New River & Greenbrier Valleys GuideThe New River and Greenbrier Valleys region is in West Virginia. For the outdoors enthusiast, the Monongahela National Forest with recreation areas like Blue Bend Camping and Swimming areas and Lake Sherwood are excellent choices. HotelsFind hotels in Lewisburg, Fayetteville, Bluefield, Beckley, White Sulphur Springs and more.
Popular in New River & Greenbrier ValleysLewisburgLewisburg is a city of 3,624 people in West Virginia. It was established in 1872, and named for Andrew Lewis, the Virginia colonel who won the Battle of Point Pleasant in 1774. FayettevilleFayetteville is a town of 2,754 people in West Virginia, often called "Gateway to the New River Gorge". BluefieldBluefield is a city of 11,451 people in Mercer County, West Virginia. Along with Bluefield, Virginia, it forms the micropolitan area of the Bluefields.
In New River & Greenbrier ValleysBeckleyBeckley is a city of 17,254 people in West Virginia. It was founded in 1838 and named for John J Beckley, the first Clerk of the House of Representatives and the first Librarian of Congress. White Sulphur SpringsWhite Sulphur Springs is a city of 2,315 people in West Virginia. Like neighboring Lewisburg, it's known mainly for its status as a luxury resort town, with lots of leisurely activities and the impressive five-star Greenbrier Resort. PrincetonPrinceton is a city of 6,347 people in West Virginia. It was established in 1838 and named for Princeton, New Jersey, where … Oak HillOak Hill is a city of 7,589 people in West Virginia. The largest city in Fayette County, it was incorporated in 1905. WelchWelch is a town of 2,863 people in West Virginia, and the county seat of McDowell County. BramwellBramwell is a town of 426 people in the the Bluefield micropolitan area of West Virginia.
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