White Sulphur Springs Main Street

White Sulphur Springs, WV

White Sulphur Springs has remained a popular resort destination since it was first developed as a health spa in the 1770s. White Sulphur Springs is home to The Greenbrier, one of the country’s most luxurious and exclusive resorts. Located within the town is the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Center engaged in world-class research of mussels and fish found in West Virginia rivers and streams. The town is home to Oakhurst Links, which dates back to 1884 and is the oldest established golf club in the United States. White Sulpher Springs is the gateway to the Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia’s renowned outdoor playground. The Dandelion Festival occurs each Memorial Day weekend in celebration of the “determination and strength” of the dandelion. Activities include music, dancing, food, games, dandelion wine tasting and an art show. Contests include a fishing derby, hot dog eating contest, wild turkey calling content and mud bog. The 1862 Battle of Dry Creek is reenacted the third weekend in August by the White Sulphur Springs Rifles. Held at Greenbrier State Forest, the event also includes a ladies tea, a dress parade, tactical, artillery live shoot and a Ball. The Fresh Water Folk Festival is held the first weekend in October each year at the Federal Fish Hatchery. The festival celebrates our nation’s fish, wildlife and natural resources. The day includes music, dancing, activities and food. The Fall Fling also takes place the first weekend in October in coordination with the Fresh Water Folk Festival. Activities include music, dancing and food.

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