White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia (WV), a community in Greenbrier County, was incorporated in 1909 though it had long been named by settlers for the clarity of its largest spring, the White Sulphur Spring, now enclosed in a domed spring house on the grounds of The Greenbrier. The community is located on Howard Creek, a tributary of the Greenbrier River, at the junction of Dry Creek.
Lodging near White Sulphur Springs
Long a retreat and hotel lodging destination, White Sulphur Springs was formerly known as Dry Creek and is also known colloquially as the "Spa City." The Greenbrier, a popular resort since the late 1800s, is the community's largest employer. Master-planned vacation communities have developed around the resort.
Parks & Public Recreation
Greenbrier State Forest is located approximately six miles southwest of the community, and the Monongahela National Forest and George Washington & Jefferson National Forests approach it on the north and east, respectively.
Photos of White Sulphur Springs & Vicinity
White Sulphur Springs is located on highways US-60 and WV-92 on the I-64 expressway approximately 10 miles east of Lewisburg, West Virginia, and 20 miles west of Covington, Virginia.
Map of White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
White Sulphur Springs is located in the Greenbrier Valley Region in southeastern West Virginia.