Located in the Appalachian Mountains, Greenbrier is a multi-use park providing many kinds of recreation. The 42-acre man-made freshwater lake and white sandy beach draw many visitors who enjoy swimming, canoeing, boating and fishing. A visitor center is open year-round. Almost eleven miles of hiking trails meander through a variety of wildlife habitats and rock outcrops show much of the earth's geologic history. A portion of the Appalachian Trail enters the eastern edge of the park on Bartman's Hill and passes through the park. Greenbrier State Park offers an accessible visitors' center, picnic areas, and some campsites. A beach wheelchair is also available.
The Greenbrier Lake water level is expected to return to normal water depth for the 2020 season.
Due to scheduled work on the dam, the trail across the top of the dam and portions of the trail system will be closed beginning in the spring of 2020. Construction will not occur on weekends or after sunset.
Construction noise is expected during daylight hours except on weekends and holidays.
The boat ramp will be open to all vessels once water depth rises.
Park activities and programs remain unaffected throughout the summer.