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Camping along the Greenbrier River Trail

The Greenbrier River Trail offers twenty rustic, campsites scattered along the 78 mile-long trail. All sites are first come, first served and offered free of charge. Not all sites include water wells and vault toilets, so please check the trail map and plan accordingly. Each site contains a picnic table, fire ring, trash receptacle and a tent pad.

Additional information:

  • Only two horses permitted at a campsite
  • No more than six persons allowed on a campsite
  • Hay/straw prohibited within the campsite
  • Equestrians must use the provided hitching rail. If there is no hitching rail, use of a high line is required.
  • Tying any horse or mule to a tree, table, fence or other structure is strictly prohibited
  • Pets (dogs and cats only) must be on leash at all times.
  • Campsites at mileposts 12.9, 33.7, 63.8, and 69.6 also have Adirondack style camping shelters.
  • No camping registration is required

The Greenbrier River Trail does not offer a traditional campground or full service campground. 

To learn about campgrounds and amenities at these state parks and forests, click the area name: Seneca* State Forest, Watoga State Park, and Greenbrier* State Forest.  These areas are located near the Greenbrier River Trail.

Additionally cabin rentals are also available at these same state park and forests. Cass Scenic Railroad State Park also offers company house rentals year-round.  Cass Scenic Railroad offers online reservations; other areas listed are but a phone call away.  Areas marked with an * are open seasonally. 






















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