They also have been canoeing and visited White Oak Farm, a pick-your-own blueberry farm in nearby Renick.
"We usually get several buckets full," Andrew Gutierrez said.
The Greenbrier Classic packs all the hotel rooms in the area, but visitors also camp and rent homes, Dense said.
"We have lots of great small towns -- White Sulphur has great shopping and dining as well as Lewisburg and that's what folks are closest to," Dense said. "We try to get them out into all of the Greenbrier Valley."
According to a study of the tournament's first year by Greenbrier Hotel officials, the PGA Tournament brings in around $110 million to the hotel and surrounding area, Dense said.
"Tourism is a great economic driver," Dense said. "We're a great getaway location from Charleston, Roanoke, Richmond. Washington, D.C., is a great market for us.
"We just feel like we've got a lot to offer of people to keep them busy for a weekend, a long weekend, or even a week," she said. "We are a true getaway destination."
Reach Lori Kersey at lori.ker...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-1240.