The Greenbrier Youth Camp is located in the Monongahela National Forest, in Anthony, West Virginia.(10 miles North of Lewisburg on Highway 219) The camp is easily reached via I-81 and I-64 from the East and I-77 and I-64 from the West.
The first 4-H camp was held here in 1954. We have since expanded to include a wide variety of campers, both young people and adults. Campers include 4-Her's, Scouts, church groups, science, bird-watching and band camps, family reunions, college athletic teams, corporate retreats and public dinners. Sports events, such as the American Lung Society's "Greenbrier River Trail Trek" is a popular event at the camp.
The Greenbrier Youth Camp has recently been renovated so as to be accessible for all campers. Most path ways, restrooms in the dining hall, as well as all cottages are handicapped accessible.
The Greenbrier Youth Camp is a non-profit (501-C 3) corporation and is supported through the efforts of many volunteers. Our Mother's Day Dinner has been a popular event for many years. Nearly 7,000 persons (including repeat visitors) from West Virginia and surrounding states and 28 different groups use the camp facility every year.
The length of stay varies from two to six days. The camp also hosts day-long meetings, training sessions, picnics, and reunions.