Durbin is a historic railroad town founded in 1906 and is home to the headwaters of Greenbrier River, including the East and West fork. This means that fishing opportunities abound, including Buffalo Lake which is just 8 miles away. Whether you’re looking for native trout streams or a stocked lake, Durbin is the perfect landing spot for anglers of all types. The Durbin Rocket offers scenic train rides with beautiful river and mountain views. The Durbin Rocket is a Heisler No. 6 steam locomotive, which includes an authentic 1920s era car and vintage wooden cabooses. You won’t want to miss the chance to experience this ride. The annual Durbin Days Heritage Festival is a summer tradition in Durbin that celebrates the town’s culture and heritage. Durbin is surrounded by the Monongahela National Forest which offers many hiking and biking trails like, the West Fork Rail Trail, High Falls Trail, Mower Basin Trail System, and Gaudineer Scenic Area. The Mower Tract Basin Trail system features biking trails that are part of the Snowshoe Highlands Ride Center, that is a cyclist’s dream. The East Fork Campground offers camping by the river with overnight stables option for horses.