Welcome to Ronceverte, West Virginia

Rubber Duck Race

Ronceverte River Festival's Rubber Ducky Race

The Friendly River City

    "A community in Greenbrier County, Ronceverte, WV, was first laid out in 1871, by Cecil Clay but not incorporated until 1882. A.E. White served as the town's first mayor. By 1906, Ronceverte had a population of about 1,500 and was a important shipping point for railroad ties, lumber, and agricultural products. The town sits on the north bank of the Greenbrier River on US Route 219 and is located on the mainline of the CSX railroad." WVExp.com

    Like many small industrial town, Ronceverte has seen it's ups and downs. The demise of the river logging industry hit hard and the town became just another rural stop on the railroad. Recently, through the efforts of local entrepreneurs and like-minded organizations, Ronceverte is experiencing a resurgence in popularity. Improvements to the downtown have been a cause for positive growth after a long period of stagnancy. More information on Ronceverte can be found at the links below.

City Of Ronceverte   towncharts.com



Business Directory River Festival Historic Ronceverte
Ronceverte Business Directory Ronceverte River Festival Ronceverte Museum
A listing of businesses in and around Ronceverte Our annual summer festival Items from Ronceverte's history
Ropnceverte Museum Ronceverte Faith Ronceverte Development Corporation
Ronceverte Picture Gallery Ronceverte Faith Ronceverte Development Corporation
Ronceverte of yesteryear Places of Worship Revitalizing Ronceverte
Local Attractions Ronceverte Real Estate Ronceverte Forums 
Ronceverte Attractions Ronceverte Real Estate Ronceverte Forums
Things to see in the area Homes and businesses for sale Chat or post about Ronceverte

Ronceverte Events

Lamp Post Decorating Contest for Halloween


For details contact The Ronceverte Development Corporation - 304-647-3140



Stop in at Rudy’s Corner Grill in Ronceverte on May 25th, 2018 and show your support for the Ronceverte River Festival. Rudy’s will be generously donating a portion of all proceeds between the hours of 4PM and 8PM on Friday May 25th towards the cost of this year’s Festival. Festival volunteers will be on hand with Rubber Ducky Race tickets and 4-Day Ride Passes. Bring the family, enjoy the good food and help us make 2018 a year to remember!

Rubber Ducky Race Tickets are available at the following locations:
Ronceverte Service Station - Rudy's Corner Grill - Corner Market - Martin & Jones - Edgarton Cafe - Tri-county Produce - Ronceverte City Hall - Ronceverte Public Library - Factory Tire Outlet - Sportsman Tavern - Hersman's Afety - Tattered & Worn - Lost World - Simms Exxon - The Gallery - McDaniel's Preowned - Magic Mart - Greenbrier Cut Flowers - The Loft - Flower Paradise - Ronceverte Feed Store - Seneca Jewelers - Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy - Cornerstone IGA - Bank of Monroe - Beckley Automall - Caldwell Gas Station - Cook's Country Kitchen - Pickaway Gas Station - Main St. Exxon (Union) - The Barn Store