You are invited to stay with us at Summer Wind RV Park.
We are located close to the Interstate 64 Exit 150 at Dawson. When you get to the end of the exit ramp, just follow the camping sign pointing down Lawn Road. Then entrance is about 300 yards on your left. Summer Wind is designed for overnight stays with easy in and out pull-through sites. Extended stays are common for some so they can take in the beautiful scenery of western Greenbrier County and visit the many attractions in the area. No matter how long you stay, the main thing is to sit back and enjoy the view. The air is crisp and the nights are cool.
- All sites have 30/20 amp electric & water hookups - 11 sites have sewer hookups as well - 10 sites are electric and water only with sewer dumping available. At this time there is one site with 50 amp electric available. 4 sites are gravel and the rest are grass and all are pull-throughs. Overnighters need not unhook your tow vehicle or dingy. There are several tent sites available, and all guests have use of mens/ladies shower rooms. Of course pets are welcome!! The park is a dog haven!!
- Daily rates for RV sites range from $23 to $25 ($2 charge for 50 amp). Tent sites are $17. Discounts are available for longer stays.
- Reservations are not required, but it is helpful to email, or better yet, call ahead especially if you need a 50 amp site or will be staying for several days. Call the Park Host at 704-560-6392. If the phone is busy, leave a voice mail and your call will be returned shortly.
- Good internet service is available if you have an Air Card with Verizon or ATT.
- Local TV stations are also available.
- The Dawson General Stop In Store is in the Exxon station a short walk from the campground. There you will find fuel, groceries, ice, beverages, souvenirs and the Cheddars Cafe' for meals.
Area Attractions Include:Historic Lewisburg with Civil War sites, antique shops and many fine dining spots. The famous Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs; where you can take the bunker tour and have a 5 star meal. The Greenbrier Classic PGA golf tournament is also at the Greenbrier Resort in July. The West Virginia Stat Fair is in August at the State Fairgrounds in Fairlea. Teh spectacular New River Gorge including Hawks Nest State Park, The New River Gorge Bridge Overlook, Zip Lines, Rapids Rafting, and the Grandview Overlook can all be taken in with a day trip from the park. Cave exploration is nearby. Special tours of the area routing you to specific attractions such as wineries, covered bridges, natrural springs. Your campground host can give you specific information about these and other attractions. Summer Wind has become a favorite camping spot for people attending the Greenbrier Classic Golf Tournament and the WV State Fair. If you are interest, cal the camp ground host well in advance.
For a review from a Woodall's representative click on the link below:
[Greenbrier County Convention & Visitors Bureau]
or Visit Downtown Lewisburg.
Driving Tours of Greenbrier County
(The Andrew Lewis Trail, Monroe County, Anthony, Rader's Valley, The Richlands, Alderson Greenbrier River, AgriTourism Tour):
One of the world's most famous and elegant resorts, dating to 1778. This AAA Five Diamond resort continually receives national and international accolades. Advanced reservations are available for nonregistered guests for golf, Bunker tours, or dinner in any of the Resort's dining venues.
300 W Main Street, White Sulphur Springs
[Greenbrier Bunker Tours]
Head underground for an adventure in the Cold War Government Relocation Facility that was a secret from 1958 - 1992. Tours are available daily. Cameras, cell phones and other electronic devices are not permitted. Minimum age is 10 years. Reservations required.
300 W Main Street, White Sulphur Springs
Built in 1902 as a gift from Andrew Carnegie, Carnegie Hall is a non-profit performing arts center offering live performances, education and changing art exhibits throughout the year.
Monday - Friday 9-5
105 Church Street, Lewisburg
A cross shaped mass grave containing the remains of 95 unknown Confederate soldiers who were killed during the Battle of Lewisburg, May 23, 1862.
McElhenney Road, Lewisburg
[Greenbrier Bowling & Recreation Center]
Billiards, amusements, pro-shop, bowling and on-site dining. Cosmic bowling on Friday and Saturday nights.
Route 219 North, Lewisburg
[The Greenbrier River Trail]
A 78 mile trail running along the Greenbrier River from Caldwell to Cass. Originally part of the C&O rail systems, this trail provides river access for fishing and canoeing. Open for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and horseback riding.
[Greenbrier Valley Theater]
West Virginia's official year round professional theater. Presenting theatrical productions, musical concerts, literary events, youth education programs, art exhibits and more throughout the year.
113 E. Washington Street, Lewisburg
[Herns Mill Covered Bridge]
This historic covered bridge (c. 1884) provided access to the S.S. Herns mill and is one of the only two covered bridges remaining in Greenbrier County.
Follow signs from Route 60 West, 2.6 miles out of Lewisburg.
[Lewisburg Historic District]
This 235 acre district encompasses the heart of the City of Lewisburg. Buildings of architectural interest abound, dating back to 1784. A Civil War Battle fought in the city center rounds out the district, along with antique and speciality shops, inns, bed and breakfasts and art galleries.
[Lost World Caverns]
Designated a National Natural Landmark, this site possesses large chambers and natural formations. Self-guided tours of the commercial cave and a Natural History Museum. Wild cave tours available.
Two miles north of Lewisburg on Fairview Road (N. Court Street)
[Riverview Golf Range]
Driving range located across from the Greenbrier River. Featuring seven synthetic tees, grass tees and target greens. Over 300 yards of range and demo clubs available.
Route 60 at Stonehouse Road, Caldwell
(304) 661-GOLF (4653)
Located on the Greenbrier River, this park features a walker friendly labyrinth path with embedded environmental information, children's play area, native plants and educational signage. Also a canoe put-in area.
Route 60 across from Stonehouse Road, Caldwell
[Seneca Showcase Movie Theater]
Two screen movie theater playing first run movies. Family night special on Tuesdays.
Located behind the Greenbrier Valley Mall, Fairlea
]Watts Roost Vineyard]
Mountain winery offering wine tastings, tours and sales. Their wine is created and bottled using only grapes from their vineyard.
2245 Blue Sulphur Pike, Lewisburg
GUIDE SERVICE & RENTALS
Free Spirit Adventures
Offering bike tours, rentals and shuttle service along the Greenbrier River Trail, as well as a special cycle school for those new to the sport or those who want to sharpen their riding skills.
Route 60 between Lewisburg and White Sulphur Springs
Greenbrier Outfitters, Inc.
Specializing in falconry lessons, kayaking trips and mountain bike rentals and rides.
300 W Main Street
White Sulphur Springs
Outdoor Adventures, Ltd.
Offering guided smallmouth bass fishing trips on the Greenbrier, New and James Rivers. Guided nature hikes and adventure planning by local experts. Shuttle service to the Greenbrier River and Greenbrier River Trail.
White Sulphur Springs
Serenity Now Outfitters
Licensed and bonded guide services by experienced and qualified guides. Specializing in guided fly fishing trips and fly fishing instructions. Also featuring a 2,000 square foot retail location in downtown Lewisburg.
207 W Washington Street, Lewisburg
The Greenbrier Classic, PGA Tour, FedExCup Event