Infusing a youthful, outdoor vibe fitting of its new moniker as a Mon Forest Town, shops and restaurants are popping up along downtown White Sulphur Springs' Main Street.
Stop By Road Hog's Barbecue for the daily special. Have a bike question? Visit Hammer Cycle for gear, trail tips and tune-ups. There's one-of-kind art, unique West Virginia-inspired gifts, the Barnwood Living showroom and so much more.
Just a few blocks from The Greenbrier resort, don't miss out on this friendly downtown in the midst of a renaissance.
Success Story in the Making. It was June 2016 when the city of White Sulphur Springs was nearly lost to floodwaters. Four years later it has not only recovered, but it's flourishing, with residents, investors and local government taking an active role in realizing its future.
Housing development, recreational facilities, fresh markets and industry are giving residents and visitors a vibrant landscape they haven’t experienced in decades. Once empty downtown buildings are being reimagined with new businesses opening their doors. And the mayor along with his team of collaborators are capitalizing on the region’s recreational assets, rebranding the city as a primary gateway to the Monongahela National Forest, coined Mon Forest Town.
An extraordinary amount of creative thinking and cooperative action are turning the tide for White Sulphur Springs. It is a success story in the making.
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