What’s your price? Gas price tracker for Greenbrier, Alleghany and Bath Counties

With gas prices around the area hitting record highs, we’ve started tracking prices of neighborhood gas stations. We’ve asked folks around the area to send us photos of their local gas stations in Greenbrier, Alleghany and Bath Counties. Cities include Lewisburg WV, Rainelle WV, Ronceverte WV, Covington VA, Clifton Forge, and Cliftondale, VA.  Please send us a picture, along with a short note of where you took the photo and we’ll add it to this list. Send to news@wvdn.com or comment on our FB page.

Article updated March 11, 2022, 10am

The current highest gas prices are in Cliftondale, VA ($4.29) and Rainelle, WV ($4.19).

Eastern Greenbrier

Kroger Gas Station in Fairlea. Photo March 10, 2022 Photo by Linda Shires
Walmart Gas Station in Lewisburg. Photo March 10, 2022
Gomart in Lewisburg, Photo March 10, 2022
Shell Gas Station in Lewisburg, across from Walmart. Photo March 10, 2022
Sunoco in Ronceverte, March 10, 2022. Photo by Linda Shires

Western Greenbrier County

Shell Station at Sam Black Church, WV, March 10, 2022. Regular gas was priced $4.09. Photo by Susan Linton
BP Station in Charmco, WV on March 10, 2022. Gas prices for Regular $3.99 Photo by Susan Linton
GoMart in Rainelle gas prices on March 10, 2022. Regular gas was $4.19.  Photo by Susan Linton

 

Covington, VA

Amoco Covington March 10, 2022. Photo by Jeanne Burr
BP Covington, March 10, 2022. Photo by Jeanne Burr

 

Exxon Covington, VA, March 10, 2022. Photo by Jeanne Burr
Farm and Fuel in Covington, VA March 11, 2022. Photo by Jeanne Burr
BP in Cliftondale, VA. March 11, 2022. Photo by Jeanne Burr

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