Howard's Creek Lodge

Howard's Creek Lodge at The Greenbrier

Groups meeting at The Greenbrier have a unique option for their conference and dining events. Howard's Creek Lodge, which opened in June 2003, is located along the Old White TPC.

The Lodge features a white oak log structure that was originally a double-pen barn built in 1840 in nearby Monroe County. The structure also uses pinewood from the old railroad freight station in White Sulphur Springs and chandeliers from The Greenbrier's former auditorium. The chandeliers date to 1930 and were taken down in 1953 during an expansion of The Greenbrier's conference facilities.


Room Specs

Sq. Ft. Dimensions - L x W x H A/V Available
1568 28' x 56' x 11' 6" -


Room Capabilities

Type Number of Guests
Theatre 150
Banquet 80
Conference 40
Hollow 40
Classroom 64
U-Shaped 36
Cocktail 200

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