This brochure offers a number of self-guided, back-roads tours for visitors and residents alike. Sightseers are able to explore the Greenbrier Valley’s historic landmarks, beautiful scenery and quaint towns among many other attractions.
Unique, diversified, quality products including vegetables, fruits, meats, eggs, plants and flowers grown by organic, sustainable producers in the Greenbrier Valley. Special events throughout the season.
Wed 3-7 and Sat 8am -1, April through October at the County Greenspace at the corners of 219 and Arbuckle Lane, Lewisburg
Corners of 219 and Arbuckle Lane
Offering fresh produce, a large selection of flowers and farm and garden supplies. Also the host of a fall festival where farmers show off their talents.
364 H & R Farm Road, Crawley
Weekly market featuring a wide variety of in-season fruits, vegetables. Meats, eggs, plants and fresh flowers, all grown in West Virginia. Special events throughout the season.
Sat 8:30am -1pm, April through October. Located next to the Lewisburg Post Office, Lewisburg.
E. Washington Ave.
Enjoy picking blueberries and black raspberries in July, red raspberries and blackberries in August and find the perfect pumpkin September through October. Seasonal vegetables also available at the farm.
Butler Mountain Road
Sunshine Farm & Gardens is a 40 year Arboretum and Botanic Garden open to the public by appointment.
This farm winery sits at the foot of Muddy Creek Mountain. French hybrid grapes thrive and wine is created on-site.
Boasting 120 varieties of flowers, West Farm of Lewisburg welcomes visitors to view their attractive farm while enjoying
a variety of flowers and vegetables. Located at Carroll Hill Road in Lewisburg.
By appointment only, open from May-October.
Offering pick-your-own blueberries from July to August and red raspberries August through October. Picking buckets and bags are provided. Call ahead to confirm availability.
Open from July-August.