Wild, Wonderful West Virginia Releases Real. Lewisburg and Greenbrier Valley and Real. Summersville Vignettes
Highlights area attractions, local dining and spirits, live entertainment, and outdoor adventures
VIDEO: Real. Summersville
CHARLESTON, West Virginia (July 14, 2016) – Wild, Wonderful West Virginia has released the Real. Lewisburg and Greenbrier Valley and Real. Summersville vignettes. The videos highlight area attractions including local dining and spirits, live entertainment, outdoor adventures, and a flourishing artisan community.
“We’re excited to add these destinations to our Real. vignette series and showcase the countless experiences and adventures visitors can find here,” Commissioner of Tourism Amy Shuler Goodwin said. “I encourage everyone to explore all that Summersville and the Greenbrier Valley have to offer–growing farm-to-table communities, abundant outdoor recreation, small town charm and friendly faces. It will be a trip you won’t soon forget.”
“This video showcases so many of the reasons Lewisburg and the Greenbrier Valley make a great getaway destination,” Kara Dense, Executive Director of the Greenbrier County CVB said. “From shopping in downtown Lewisburg, to our incredible “foodie” scene, to the State Professional Theatre of West Virginia, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, we hope visitors will be convinced our area is somewhere they must see. After they’ve spent the day exploring, there’s nothing quite like spending the night at “America’s Resort”, The Greenbrier. We’re waiting to help you plan your Real. Experience.”
“We are always excited to invite guests to the beautiful Summersville Lake, where they can experience a variety of activities — from boating and fishing to SCUBA diving and swimming. The lake is ready and open for boaters and the lighthouse offers breathtaking views,” Marianne Taylor, Executive Director of the Summersville CVB said. “The area offers visitors a step into Civil War history at Carnifex Ferry, tours and tastings at Kirkwood Winery and numerous hiking trails, shopping destinations, fine dining and lodging to fit any type of traveller. While you’re here be sure to try and get a photo with the Powell Mountain goat!”
These videos are a continuation of the Real. series–celebrating the unique destinations and experiences that can be found throughout the Mountain State–produced by Wild, Wonderful West Virginia. Earlier videos showcased Lost River and Wardensville; Tucker County; Fayetteville; Morgantown; Hatfield-McCoy Mountains; Charleston and Huntington; Jefferson County; Braxton and Lewis counties; Wheeling and Ohio Valley; Harpers Ferry; and Parkersburg.
Real. Excitement * Real. Family Time * Real. Mountain Flavor * Real. Adventure * Real. Fun * Real. Wild, Wonderful West Virginia. You can find it here. Call 800-CALL WVA or visit GoToWV.com. Share your Real. West Virginia stories on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with #GoToWV and #RealWV.
This post was last updated on July 14, 2016