White Sulphur Springs

White Sulphur Springs is a city of 2,315 people (as of 2000) 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. White Sulphur Springs was incorporated in 1909, and the large clear spring that inspired its name is now housed in a domed spring house on the grounds of the Greenbrier. The Civil War battle of Dry Creek was fought here in 1862.

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Get around


  • Project Greek Island, +1 304-536-7810. Tours offered twice weekly (call for reservations); slide presentations offered at 11:30AM for resort guests. A 112,000-square-foot former top-secret government relocation facility, with decontamination chambers, dormitories, a hospital clinic, a power plant, laboratory, pharmacy, cafeteria and more. The bunker was built in 1962, and used as a meeting place for groups and dinner parties as part of its cover story, before its true purpose was exposed in 1992 by the Washington Post.
  • President's Cottage Museum. A historic building containing documents from the Greenbrier's early history and mementoes from the visits of 26 US Presidents.





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Routes through White Sulphur Springs

Cincinnati Charleston  W  E  Staunton Washington, D.C.
Charleston Lewisburg  W  E  Staunton Charlottesville
Charleston Lewisburg  W  E  Amherst Richmond

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