540 North Jefferson Street
Lewisburg, WV 24901
Phone: (304) 645-7722
Fax: (304) 645-7865
Historic Natural Landmark. Most spectacular formations in Eastern U.S. and dinosaur artifacts are on premises. Gift shop, picnic area, RV parking, group rates and wild tours are available.
Cross shaped mass grave containing the remains of 95 unknown Confederate soldiers who were killed or died of their wounds during the Battle of Lewisburg on May 23, 1862.
Located in a building that was used as a hospital during the Civil War, this library offers the community services including books, books-on-tape, best sellers, magazines, videos, CD
With over 45 miles of mapped passageways, Organ Cave is the second largest commercial cave in the eastern United States and one of the oldest commercial caves in the country. This Natural National Landmark and National Historic Landmark was discovered in 1704. Walking tours of the cave are available year round.
This bunker, that was located inside the Greenbier Hotel, was to function as an emergency relocation centre for the U.S Congress. The fallout shelter's primary purpose was to serve as a post-nuclear war location for the US Government, during the Cold War. Well-stocked for a time frame of 30 years, the bunker also had a radio tower which allowed congressman to send out messages in case of emergencies. Initially named Project Greek Island, this bunker was revealed by the Washington Post in 1992, due to which it had to be decommissioned by the Government.
Adjoined by a 500-acre Wildlife Management Area and a 144-acre lake, the 250-acre Moncove Lake State Park is the perfect place for camping, fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, birdwatching, hiking, and picnicking.
A full service library which offers a wide selection of fiction, nonfiction, children's, and reference books, as well as an array of services and programs for both adults and children.
One of the largest water falls in Virginia, this historic site was once surveyed by Thomas Jefferson and it features an overlook, nature trails, and fantastic photo opportunities.
Year round boating, water sports, fishing, camping, picnicking, hiking, and in-season hunting is available at this well stocked lake which is home to an abundance of wildlife and also features group picnic shelters, an information center with observation deck, sandy beaches, and multiple ramps lighted docks.