Maple Stop

Dunmore, West Virginia

Promoting Sustainable Living

Nestled on a 77-acre tract just off of Sitlington Road near Dunmore, West Virginia, is Maple Stop.

With twenty acres in pasture, 57 acres mountainous, and swift Thomas Creek cutting through the property, numerous opportunities abound for a genuinely wonderful nature experience.

Maple Stop promotes nature-friendly living and business practices. We strive to model for sustainable living. A combination of solar, wind and wood power will be utilized to provide most (if not all) of the heat, water and electricity budget of the living quarters (in planning stage).  Primitive camping is available.

Conveniently located near the Greenbrier River Trail, Allegheny Trail, CASS Scenic Railroad, Seneca State Forest, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, E&G Wagon Train, 30 minutes from Snowshoe and Ed Ray Fish Hatchery, and 45 minutes from Elk River Bike Center and Droop Mountain Battlefield.


Contact Glenda Swearingen-Foy

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"The greatest fine art of the future will be the making of a comfortable

living from a small piece of land"

                                                                                        Abraham Lincoln