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JERRY RUN SUMMER THEATER
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   We had been hoping to have shows by July but we have decided it would be best to cancel the rest of our season. The state has not opened up live indoor concerts yet, but if they do it would be with restrictions that we would not be able to comply with such as disinfecting, keeping people distant, masks. and all. Also, we wonder if many of our regulars who are older and some with health conditions would be able or feel it was safe to come to a show. And now Upshur and Lewis Co.s are getting a surge in cases. We think it is best to wait for next year and hope you all will be able to play then. Again we are very sorry and hope you all understand. Please stay safe and take care.
Love & Prayers, Renee & Dusty








2020 SCHEDULE

All shows start at 7:oo

Admission is $5 adults, $3 under 12, and under 3 free

( except where noted )

April

17 Friday     Benefit to Cure Cystic Fibrosis

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
Stay safe and take this virus seriously. Hope to see you soon.

seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome


    This year marks the fifth Cystic Fibrosis Benefit Concert, and the third since the passing of Kristi Swecker, our dear friend and inspiration for this event. Kristi trusted that someday a cure for CF would be found; this concert, like the search for a cure, continues in in her memory. Featured musicians this year are the outstanding instrumental duo Key to Adam, with Kiara Williams on violin and acoustic guitarist Adam Moyer playing their unique adaptations of rock, folk, and classic tunes sure to soothe your soul. Also on stage this evening will be the irrepressible Heather McNemar on guitar and vocals performing a variety of folk and country tunes for your listening pleasure. (Note: a 16 year-old Heather cut some of her musical teeth on the Jerry Run stage during our first years of business.) Join us for an evening of wonderful music, raffles, auction, bake sale, concessions, and more, with all proceeds going to the CF Foundation.


18 Saturday     West Virginia Wesleyan College Appalachian Ensemble

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    The West Virginia Wesleyan College Appalachian Ensemble is a rotating group of about 10 musicians on guitar, banjo, bass, mandolin, fiddle, and voice led by mando-master Professor Chris Jones. The group focuses on musical styles and genres characteristic of the mountainous regions of the eastern US including, but not limited to, Old Time, Folk, and Bluegrass.

May

2 Saturday     Country Ramblers

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Country Ramblers is a popular bluegrass and country band from Upshur County.
They play a variety of country tunes with a bluegrass flair.
Floyd Gregory - guitar
Linda Moore - vocals
Dorie Gregory - bass
David Gregory - guitar
Rad Lewis - banjo




9 Saturday     Rebekah Long

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $10 and reservations are welcome

    It is always a cool thing when an artist who has been in the music business for a long time is suddenly “discovered.” In the bluegrass world, this is hopefully about to happen to Rebekah Long who, through her many talents, is no stranger to some of the most successful folks in the genre.

Long grew up in Lincolnton, Georgia near the famous musical kinfolk The Lewis Family and spent time touring and playing upright bass with Little Roy Lewis and Lizzy Long, Rebekah’s twin sister. She also played bass in Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike.

Rebekah was one of the first students to graduate from the Glenville State College Bluegrass Certificate Program after it was created in 2002. With a BA in Bluegrass Music and a BA in Music Education under her belt, Long immersed herself in the bluegrass business working as a recording engineer, graphic designer, video editor while also playing in various bands.

Collaborating closely with the legendary songwriter Dixie Hall, the late wife of Country Music Hall of Famer Tom T. Hall, Long was the recording engineer and graphic designer for the acclaimed “Daughters of Bluegrass” box set, also adding bass, guitar and vocals to the project.



https://www.rebekahlong.com/




 16 Saturday     Jesse Milnes Band featuring Emily Miller

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Elkins-based, the Jesse Milnes Band featuring Emily Miller plays classic Country, blended with old-time Appalachian music and just a hint of rock and roll. Members are Jesse Milnes, Emily Miller, Branson Raines, Nate Druckenmiller, and Eduardo Canelón on fiddle, guitars, bass, and drums. Collectively, the band has played in almost every state in the country and much of Europe, and have performed on Mountain Stage at least a dozen times with different acts.

https://www.jessemilnes.com/




 23 Saturday     Blue Steel

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    This WV native bluegrass band blends classic rock with hard driving bluegrass. With Dave Matheny, Nathaniel Linger, Justin Riffle, Molly Riffle, Logan Matheny, and Leanne Dotson, this talented band will keep your toes tappin' and show just how versatile bluegrass can be!


https://www.facebook.com/bluesteel.bluegrass/info?tab=page_info




30 Saturday     Carpenter Ants

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $8 and reservations are welcome

    The Carpenter Ants are a rhythm and blues group based in Charleston, WV, who've been making great music together for over 30 years. They play what they describe as “chicken­fried gospel soul with lots of feel good harmonies and a solid groove.” Members are Michael Lipton, Charlie Tee, Ted Harrison, and Jupie Little. If you've heard the Ants before, you'll understand why this group is a WV classic.



http://www.carpenterants.wvmusichalloffame.com/




June

 6 Saturday     Blue Yonder

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $8 and reservations are welcome

    Blue Yonder is a band from Charleston, West Virginia, that takes strands of early country music – from swing to honky-tonk, bluegrass and rockabillly – and weaves them together with award-winning original compositions and a contemporary feel. Their music has been described as an original and virtuosic blend of country, swing, blues, rockabilly, folk and bluegrass songs about living, loving, and losing.
    The group features three seasoned musicians each with distinctive and notable skills: singer and songwriter John Lilly, national guitar champion Robert Shafer, and bassist Will Carter. The band's debut recording, Bittersweet Road, which features all original songs, reached #2 on the Freeform American Roots Radio charts in late 2013.


http://www.blueyonderhonkytonk.com/




13 Saturday     Mike Morningstar & Dustin McCray

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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thanks to Steve Brightwell and Goldenseal Magazine for photo

seats for this show are $7 and reservations are welcome

MIKE MORNINGSTAR & DUSTIN MCCRAY
    Mike Morningstar has been a longtime fixture in the West Virginia music community. A Parkersburg native, Morningstar’s songs shed light onto his time in Vietnam, struggle with PTSD, his life of 28 years with his wife, Donna, on their peaceful Sinking Creek farm in Gilmer County and his never ending devotion to the things that make West Virginia a place like no other. Retired after 50 years of performing in honky tonks, bars, and other venues, he still performs on occasion with musician Dustin McCray, who, credits Mike as his biggest musical influence. “I’m enjoying my retirement”, says Mike.
    Dustin McCray is an Americana style singer/songwriter and guitarist from Ireland, WV. His pure sound combines, folk, rock, country, and blues with a balance of familiarity and uniqueness. His album “The Song That You Sing” features Morningstar on a song called “Almost Heaven”, an original tune about their beloved home state of WV. “I consider it an honor to get to perform with my musical hero”, says Dustin. “I’m enjoying his retirement too”, he laughs.

http://www.dustinmccray.com/




 20 Saturday     The Gabeharts

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
Stay safe and take this virus seriously. Hope to see you soon.

seats for this show are $7 and reservations are welcome

    The Gabehart's

    Jim & Valerie Gabehart play bluegrass, gospel & traditional country music with energy, enthusiasm and originality. Whether as a duo or in different configurations as a trio, or a full band, accompanied by the best musicians in the Appalachian region, they perform original compositions and new arrangements of old favorites throughout their home state of West Virginia and all across the country.

https://jimandvaleriegabehart.com/home




July

 3 Friday     Full Cirkle

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Anyone who loves mellow classic rock of the 60s and 70s will be simply amazed by the vocal harmonies and multiple talents of this long time band of good friends who have been making music together for over 30 years. Full Cirkle has done just as they are called, having come “full circle” in their repertoire of easy listening, classic variety rock n roll, 6os standards, country, and even some covers from the present.
    From Philippi, Pat Evans lead vocals are reminiscent of Stevie Nicks, and the creative combination of bandmates Phil Bowers, Ronnie "Red Man" Phillips, and TJ Dalton will carry you back to the golden age of classic rock.


FULL CIRKLE   Classic Variety    Philippi WV




 4 Saturday     Marteka & William

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Marteka and William hail from the hills of Hacker Valley and have made an international name for themselves at the forefront of what they call their True Grass Revival. The young adult brother and sister are inspired by the first generation bluegrass style of Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, as evidenced by Marteka's adept Scruggs-inspired banjo picking and William's Flatt-picking and singing style. They are expertly joined by Kirk Bowman, Marteka's now-husband, on mandolin and harmony vocals. Rounding out the group is dad Charlie Lake, every steady on the stand-up bass.

marteka-n-williamlakebluegrass.com




 11 Saturday     Cherry Run Bluegrass

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Cherry Run Bluegrass are veteran pickers from Nicholas County. Traditional bluegrass and country with a lively fiddle. Cherry Run at Jerry Run makes for an enjoyable evening of live music.




18 Saturday     Silas Powell & The Powell Family

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Silas Powell and The Powell Family Band is a 3 piece family Band from Doddridge County, West Virginia. Teenager Silas has been wowing audiences with his mandolin and fiddle skills for several years now. The Powell Family Band is a traditional bluegrass band, but plays a wide variety of Bluegrass from Gospel to New Grass.
Silas Powell – mandolin/fiddle/vocals
Josh Powell - vocals/bass/guitar/mandolin
Jeff Powell – vocals/guitar/bass /harmonica

https://www.facebook.com/Silas-and-The-Powell-Family-Band




 25 Saturday     The Little Roy and Lizzy Show

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $10 and reservations are welcome

    We are thrilled to once again have Little Roy Lewis and Lizzy Long from the Heart of Dixie back with us again this summer. They have wowed our crowd for the past six years with their unique combination of musical talent, humor, and antics. Traditional bluegrass and gospel is their mainstay, with Lizzy having won two Bluegrass Song of the Year (2010, 2011) by Dove Music Awards; Little Roy began his lifelong music career as a member of the famed Lewis Family. If you've seen this dynamic duo and their professional band before, you'll know why we are so honored to have them at JRST again this year!


    Seats for this show are $10 adults, $5 kids 5-12 and are by reservation. Call us early to choose your favorite spot!

http://www.littleroyandlizzy.com




August

 1 Saturday     Davis & Bradley

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $7 and reservations are welcome

    From Virginia, Kathy Davis and Bradley Bishop joined forces, combining their bluegrass, old time, and swing influences to create the unique musical experience that is Davis & Bradley. They combine a medley of strings and harmonies to create a dynamic sound that is both cutting edge while remaining true to their roots.

http://www.davisbradleyduo.com/




8 Saturday     Backwoods Boogiegrass Band

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    From the Ohio River Valley, New Martinsville area, they play traditional toe tappin' bluegrass sure to put a smile on your face. Backwoods Boogiegrass Band, traditional bluegrass music. Featuring Roger(Buggs) Eddy on standup bass and vocals. Jimmy Moore on guitar and vocals. Dustin Terpenning on banjo and mandolin, and Dave Fox on fiddle.




15 Saturday     Staats & Shafer

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seats for this show are $8 and reservations are welcome

    Mandolin player Johnny Staats and guitar flatpicker Robert Shafer are two of West Virginia's most decorated pickers. They've both appeared separately on the Grand Ole Opry, and both have won multiple awards for their work on their respective instruments.
    The duo has recorded numerous CDs together, including their latest collection of hymns: Homecoming Favorites. Though they can be classified as bluegrass players, Staats and Shafer draw from influences far beyond the boundaries of bluegrass.

http://www.bandmine.com/johnnystaatsproject




22 Saturday     Jim & Onita

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Jim & Onita have been playing country, bluegrass, and original music since the 70’s. Each have recorded in Nashville and appeared on numerous radio and tv shows across the country.
    Onita is originally from Massillion Ohio. She and her husband own and operate a dairy farm. Jim, born in Buckhannon, is a multitalented musician and vocalist. He plays guitar, fiddle, and piano.
    Rounding out their live shows is Diane Davidson, Jim’s wife, on drums. Diane is originally from the state of Illinois. Together their love of traditional country music is evident in their fun, lively performances.




29 Saturday     Soldiers of the Cross

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Soldiers of the Cross, is a bluegrass gospel group from Buckhannon, WV.
    Soldiers of the Cross is a strictly gospel bluegrass group from Upshur County, known far and wide for their amazing four-part harmonies and their selection of both traditional and contemporary songs. Musicians include Kevin Johnson – bass, Ernie Johnson – banjo, Chad Lewis – banjo, and Dan Blake – guitar. If you've heard their soul-soothing sound before, you will know why they continue to be a perennial favorite at JRST!

http://www.facebook.com/SoldiersoftheCrossGospel




September

4 Friday     18 Strings

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    18 Strings is an acoustic string trio based out of Morgantown, WV. While their instrumentation suggests a bluegrass group, the music encompasses a variety of genres and styles which can really only be generalized as "acoustic."

Andy Tuck-Vocals/Guitar/Harmonica
Chris Jones mandolin
Helen Jones vocal
Greg Thurman-Bass

https://www.facebook.com/18stringsWV/info




5 Saturday     Daniel Lilly and The Lilly Mountaineers

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $7 and reservations are welcome

    Daniel Lilly grew up steeped in bluegrass as part of the legendary Everett Lilly family bluegrass band. He carries on the tradition with the Lilly Mountaineers, delivering a dash of comedy with a powerful country and bluegrass sound. They are an interactive band that loves to get the audience involved.

Daniel Lilly, Greg Treadway, Andy Price, and Rad Lewis.

https://www.facebook.com/lillymountaineers/




 12 Saturday     Blessed Beyond

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Gospel-bluegrass and bluegrass from Indiana.
Martin Graber fiddle, vocals
Marcus Schwartz guitar, vocals
Bob Cogar upright bass, vocals
Jonathan Schwartz mandolin, vocals
Melvin Graber banjo, vocals




19 Saturday     Allegheny Reign

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Hard driving bluegrass that never disappoints. From north central West Virginia.
Mandolin/vocals- Rick Ott
Guitar/ vocals- Chris Weatherly
Banjo/ vocals- Scott Wayne
Bass- Tracy Curtis




26 Saturday     Buck And Company

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Buck & Company is a well established 5 piece bluegrass band from the Parkersburg area that plays a variety of traditional bluegrass and gospel bluegrass for your listening pleasure. With Buck McCumbers on mandolin and fiddle, lead female vocals by Connie Hardman, bass and multi- instrumentalist Eric Chichester, Danny Murray on banjo, and Dwayne McCumbers on dobro, their accumulated experience in the field reads like a Who's Who in WV bluegrass. This is their third appearance at JRST, and we're thrilled to welcome them back.

http://www.buckandcompany.com




October

3 Saturday     Chester Winkler

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Chester hails from Webster Springs and has been a favorite at JRST since about the first year we opened. He never ceases to enthrall his friends and fans with heartfelt renditions of favorite classic rock and pop tunes, as well as a bit of gospel, from the 60s to the present. (It has been said that Chester does Neil Diamond better that Neil Diamond!) A gifted soloist who accompanies himself with dynamic guitar licks, Chester's performance makes for an unforgettable and nostalgic evening.




10 Saturday     Norfolk & Southern

Sorry, this show is cancelled due to the virus.
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seats for this show are $5 and reservations are welcome

    Norfolk and Southern is another longtime favorite at JRST, and have closed the season for us for many years in a row. They are based in north central West Virginia and bring lots of veteran talent to their bluegrass repertoire, playing a crowd-pleasing mix of traditional, contemporary, gospel, and original material.
Mark Gainer---Guitar, Mark Lynch---Mandolin, Rick Cleavenger---Banjo, Jerry Helmick---Lead Guitar







Contact Information



Street Address:    824 Cleveland Road, Cleveland, WV 26215

E-mail:    reneea@mountain.net

Phone:    304-493-6574






Driving Directions

   You can go to Google Maps and type in Jerry Run Summer Theater then ask for driving directions.

   Street Address: 824 Cleveland Road Cleveland, WV 26215

   Regional Directions: We are located about halfway between Morgantown and Charleston, West Virginia, in northern Webster County. From the north (I-79 southbound) you have two choices: For more business traffic and shopping areas, take the first Weston exit (99), follow US 33 East to Buckhannon (about 11 miles), take Rte. 20 south toward Rock Cave (about 14 miles), following brown signs toward Holly River State Park (about 17 miles). For less traffic and very few businesses, take the Roanoke exit (91), turn right on Rte. 19 toward Stonewall Jackson Resort/State Park. Continue about 11 miles to Walkersville. Bear left on Rte. 4 toward Rock Cave (about 7 miles). Bear right at the intersection with Rte. 20, following brown signs toward Holly River State Park (about 17 miles). From the south (I-79) northbound): Take the Flatwoods exit (67), turn right at traffic light, go about 1 mile to light, turn left onto Rte. 15, about 19 miles to Diana. Turn left (north) on Rte. 20, following brown signs toward Holly River State Park (about 12 miles). From Webster Springs: Take Rte. 20 north toward Diana and Buckhannon, following brown signs toward Holly River State Park. We are about 21 miles from Webster Springs. Local Directions: We are 1.5 miles north of (after) Holly River State Park on Rte. 20 (on left if coming from Diana/Webster Springs). We are also 1.5 miles south of (before) the park (on right if coming from Buckhannon/Rock Cave., about 4 miles after crossing the Webster County/Upshur county line, on the right directly after Panther Run Road, a red bus stop, and a concrete bridge. We are across from Jerry Run United Methodist Church, Valley Woodworks, and a little craft shop (closed), in the bottom area. You will see a sign for the Jerry Run Summer Theater on the right; turn in there and follow driveway to cabins and theater. Note: Jerry Run (or Jerry’s Run) is named for a small creek that runs through the area; it is a rural community located between Cleveland and Hacker Valley, and is not usually found on maps.






Rental Cabins

Jerry Run Cabin

   Basic Info: Private location, clean and simple lodging in a rustic setting, small stream meanders nearby. Jerry Run Summer Theater is on adjoining property, featuring live, mainly acoustic music on weekend evenings in spring and summer (admission charged). Located 1½ miles from Holly River State Park in northern Webster County in central West Virginia (Mountain Lakes Region). Sleeps 4, electric wall heater, no AC, not insulated. (Ceiling and box fans, screened windows, and shaded hillside location provide cooling in summer.) Bedding, towels, kitchenware, toaster, microwave, coffeemaker provided, pets accepted (fee). Cabin is made of vertical logs, has one open room with queen bed, set of bunks, kitchen area (gas cooking stove, fridge, sink, and storage), small sitting and dining area, separate bathroom with shower stall, and covered deck. TV with DVD player, no TV reception, no phone. (You may use our home phone; we deliver messages as soon as we get them, although we are not always at home.) Cell phone reception is spotty-you may have to walk out to main road or drive to top of hill depending on carrier. Water is from an approved well; however it contains noticeable amount of iron. We suggest using bottled water for drinking purposes. Picnic table, charcoal grill, campfire OK, plenty of yard space for outdoor activities. A public picnic shelter and dirt roads for exploring are a short walk away. Please Note: Cabin is not handicap-accessible, nor is it childproof. Covered deck porch is open beneath railing and would not prevent small child from falling.
Rates: $160 week (6-7 nights), $80 weekend (2-3 nights), $10 pet fee. Cash or check; credit cards not accepted. You may prepay deposit (50%) by mail, or pay full amount upon arrival.

The Bunkhouse

   Basic Info: Private location, clean and simple lodging in a rustic setting, small stream meanders nearby. Jerry Run Summer Theater is on adjoining property, featuring live, mainly acoustic music on weekend evenings in spring and summer (admission charged). Located 1½ miles from Holly River State Park in northern Webster County in central West Virginia (Mountain Lakes Region). Smoking permitted on outside deck and front porch only. Sleeps 8, electric heat, window AC, bedding and towels provided, pets accepted (fee). Downstairs: 3 small bedrooms (one with queen bed, one with double bed and bunks, one with 2 twins), 1 bath w/ shower, small front porch. Upstairs: Open living, dining, kitchen area, outdoor upper deck. Kitchen has microwave, coffeemaker, toaster, blender, cookware, dishes, utensils, etc. Small TV with DVD player, no reception, no phone. (You may use our home phone; we deliver messages as soon as we get them, although we are not always at home.) Cell phone reception is spotty-you may have to walk out to main road or drive to top of hill depending on carrier. Water is from an approved well; however it contains noticeable amount of iron. We suggest using bottled water for drinking purposes. Picnic table, charcoal grill, campfire OK, plenty of yard space for outdoor activities. A public picnic shelter and dirt roads for exploring are a short walk away.
Rates: $260 week (6-7 nights), $160 weekend (2-3 nights), $10 pet fee. Cash or check; credit cards not accepted. You may prepay deposit (50%) by mail, or pay full amount upon arrival.

Contact:
Dusty and Renee Anderson
824 Cleveland Road
Cleveland WV 26215
304-493-6574
email  reneea@mountain.net









You Tube Videos

    Iron and Wine at Jerry Run film: Dreamers and Makers are My Favorite People

Iron & Wine

    Charleston Gazette article

gazettemail article

    3rd String Bluegrass preforms 30 Years of Farming with some help from John Miller and Chris West from Blue Moon Rising

3rd String

    Rodney Dane sings I Wanna be a Hillbilly with JC and The Moonshine Band

JC and the Moonshine Band 1

    Deb Gore performs Swingin' - the dancer is Ian Cornett

JC and the Moonshine Band 2

    The Summer 2016 issue of WV Living magazine made this video, the band is Savannah and the Kings

WV Living

    Falling Run Bluegrass preforms Those Memories of You - July 2013

Falling Run Bluegrass

    Wolf Creek preforms Minor Swing - July 2014

Wolf Creek

     WhiteWater performs Until There Was You - May 2015

WhiteWater

    Soldiers of the Cross preform V Bottom Boat - July 2011

Soldiers of the Cross

    Stephanie Sphinks and Country Fried preform Detroit City.

Country Fried

     Alleghenny Outback at Jerry Run

Allegheny Outback







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