Welcome to River's Edge!
We offer two unique, vacation rental camps on the banks of the Greenbrier River, in Pocahontas County. The outdoor life can be enjoyed from our Guest Quarters and Jeff’s Place!
Both are approximately 1/2 mile from the Seebert Trailhead of the Greenbrier River Trail, West Virginia’s wildly popular, 79-mile long rail trail. Bike in and out while exploring the trail, without ever having to get in your car! If you’re biking/hiking the trail, spend the night in comfort and get going the next day. We offer one night stays in the Guest Quarters. There’s LOTS to explore in Pocahontas County, so come on…… ENJOY THE WILD & WONDERFUL and start your adventure now!
I think you’ll love this creation ON the Greenbrier River. In the Guest Quarters, you will find all that you need! What gives us the most pleasure, is offering a place where folks can truly relax. From your yard and private access to the river, you can fish, boat, sit in the river, or just... [Find out more →]
We call it Jeff’s Place, but you can call it YOURS, for the duration of your vacation! This camp is a totally remodeled 1950s camp in Pocahontas County, on the banks of the Greenbrier river. It was in the same family until 2009 and our hopes are to maintain the... [Find out more →]
Happenings at River's Edge
The Challenge has begun and the treasure are in place. This runs from April 30th to Oct. so get your GPS and begin the hunt! Check it out at: http://www.pocahontascountywv.com/geocaching.aspx
Some of the activities coming up are in June, so you still have time to plan your trip. There’ll be the celebration at Cass, marking their 50th year, taking place the weekend of June 15th! Check it out at: http://www.cassrailroad.com/dinner.html
There’s a driving trail, Pattern’s From The Past, that marks WV’s 150th Birthday and the Civil war. These quilt patterns are displayed on the many barns around the county and they are very interesting in history and in beauty. The brochures for taking the self-guided tour will be available on June 15th, and I’ll be placing them in the cabins for your enjoyment.
Green Bank Observatory will be hosting another Space Race Rumpus on the weekend of June 14th. It’s a unique biking festival that you may want to check out at: http://www.gb.nrao.edu/rumpus/ . This is a very interesting place to tour even when there’s no activity taking place. Learn why we have no cell service in the area. It’s fascinating and informative!
Don’t Miss Our Own Little Levels Heritage Fair in Hillsboro, the weekend of June 28-30th. The theme this year is “Defenders of the Home Front” See details at: http://www.littlelevelsheritagefair.com/ Stay at River’s Edge and ENJOY IT ALL!!
This was the Biggest Race Yet and Folks Had A Blast with this well organized EVENT! Don’t forget to plan next year for the last Sat. in April. Book with River’s Edge & Enjoy the Whole Weekend!
You may have missed the Maple Festival taking place all around us, but don’t miss what’s coming up throughout the summer. THE GREAT GREENBRIER RIVER RACE takes place on Sat. April 27th, 2013. Participants can do a solo race or team up with your friends to run, boat, & bike the race, which takes place in Marlinton. Book your stay on the river at Jeff’s Place or The Guest Quarters and enjoy the weekend in it’s entirety. It’s also a good day just to observe the fun, if, participating isn’t your thing. There’s great live music and just the site of ALL THE BOATS going down river is a spectacle in itself!! Be on the lookout for happenings throughout the summer and fall and remember that staying on the river is the best start to your plans! Hope to see you this summer!
Check out my links which tell about some of my favorite places and also gives you an idea of what’s happening in the county!! There’s always good music to enjoy at either the Opera House in Marlinton, Carneige Hall in Lewisburg, or at a favorite in Hillsboro, The Pretty Penny. Don’t forget to check out the Artisans 4th Street Gallery in Marlinton!