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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in New River/Greenbrier Valley

The New River and Greenbrier Ballet has everything from history to culture to whitewater adventure and rock climbing. Camping in New River/Greenbrier Valley will be a vacation you won’t soon forget.

For starters, campers should get a view of the adventure that you’re going to have as you stand atop the New River Gorge Bridge and look down at the rushing river hundreds of feet below. And if you’re not content to watch, get down with an outfitter for a whitewater experience that caters to your desires--from mild to wild. Whether you’re experienced on a raft, or traveling with children, there’s a route down New River for you that will ensure you have fun, get wet, and you’ll never forget.

For an easy hike through the forest and rhododendron thickets, take the Burnwood Trail, starting at the Canyon Rim Visitor Center. It’s only a mile and can be enjoyed by all ages. For a hike that is a little more strenuous but thrilling, try the Endless Wall Trail, which zig-zags along a cliff edge. There are many gorgeous scenic overlooks for campers and if you want to try something harder, there are plenty of places to go rock climbing.

Campers with a penchant for history will find places such as the Conveyor Trail or the Keeneys Creek Rail Trail fascinating, as they trace the New River/Greenbrier Valley back to its turn-of-the-century coal mining days. The old equipment, trestles, and mines are visible (though hikers are warned not to touch or go spelunking.)

Finally, end your camping vacation in Lewisburg, which has been dubbed “America’s Coolest Small Town”. Full of boutique shops, art galleries, and eateries--try The French Goat for eclectic cuisine.

Whatever you’re in the mood for--culture, history, or adventure--you’ll find it camping in New River/Greenbrier Valley.

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