Map of West Virginia – Cities and Roads

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West Virginia Map Extent

This West Virginia map contains cities, roads, rivers and lakes. For example, Charleston, Morgantown and Parkersburg are some of the major cities in this map of West Virginia.

West Virginia is located on the east side of the United States. It borders Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania.

The state of West Virginia has one of the oldest populations with an average age of about 40+. It’s known for coal production, scenery and mountains. In fact, that’s why it’s nicknamed the Mountain State. In 1863, West Virginia separated from Virginia and became part of the Union during the Civil War.

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State capital

Charleston

Major cities and towns

Charleston
Morgantown
Parkersburg
Wheeling
Huntington
Bluefield
Buckhannon
Charles Town
Clarksburg
Elkins
Fairmont
Grafton
Hinton
Keyser
Lewisburg
Logan
Martinsburg
Point Pleasant
Princeton
St Albans
Spencer
Welch
Weston
Williamson
Moundsville
New Martinsville
Beckley
Madison
Oak Hill
Summersville
Marlinton
Franklin
Sutton
Petersburg
Thomas
Romney
Bridgeport
Weirton
Ripley

Interstate highways

Interstate-64 (I-64)
Interstate-68 (I-68)
Interstate-70 (I-70)
Interstate-77 (I-77)
Interstate-79 (I-79)
Interstate-81 (I-81)

Lakes, rivers and creeks

New River
Kanawha River
Potomac River
Ohio River
Elk River
Gauley River
Greenbrier River

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