Our love goes to all of the families and businesses who suffered in the fire of November 10, 2013. We are moving forward as a community, as we have done in times past. Support Marlinton by visiting, shopping, and dining with us. Donations to help the firefighters can be made to the Marlinton Fire Dept. % City National Bank, P. O. Box 58, Marlinton WV 24954.
Small town hospitality meets maximum outdoor fun in Marlinton, West Virginia. Whether you come for an adventurous weekend in the mountains, a long overdue family reunion, or just a quiet time with your significant other Marlinton, West Virginia offers you a great central location for your ultimate getaway.
Located perfectly between the free-flowing Greenbrier River and the famous 78-mile-long Greenbrier River Trail, Marlinton offers something unique to visitors. Here you can experience hiking, road biking as well as mountain biking, paddling down the river as well as some of the best small mouth bass fishing found anywhere.
Visit the art gallery for hand crafted items made by local artisans – over 40 acclaimed artists display their goods here. Enjoy mountain music at the Opera House or maybe you prefer hearing a world renowned cellist – well you can hear/see/enjoy many varieties of music in this beautiful hundred year old venue.
Head north for a trip Back to the Future, experiencing the rumble of steam locomotives and the high-tech world of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. Venture south of Marlinton and make some Natural Tracks through the Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, the Falls of Hills Creek and Beartown State Park. Alternatively, you can let the Greenbrier River Trail guide you through your adventures. Or use the listings on this site to put together your own itinerary.
Wherever you choose to go while you stay in Marlinton, you’ll find the innkeepers are professional, the outfitters knowledgeable, and the locals welcoming.
Go Marlinton Partners
Go Marlinton partners include the Pocahontas County Chamber of Commerce, the Pocahontas County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Greenbrier River Trail Association, Snowshoe Mountain, the Pocahontas County Opera House Foundation, The Pocahontas Times, City National Bank, State Farm Insurance – Darren Jackson Agency, Marlinton Rotary, L. Jay Knicely Insurance, Woodford Oil, Mitchell Chevrolet, Greenbrier River Trail State Park, and Frontier Communications.