Bradshaw, West Virginia (WV), is a community in McDowell County on the Dry Fork of the Tug Fork River. The community has traditionally served as a commercial and trading center for regional coal mining camps. The town was named for Bradshaw Creek, which enters the Tug Fork there, and which was apparently named for a family named Bradshaw that lived on the creek.
Lodging near Bradshaw, West Virginia
Parks & Public Recreation
The near reaches of the Panther Wildlife Management Area is located approximately seven miles northwest. Berwind Wildlife Management Area is located seven miles south.
Map of Bradshaw, West Virginia
The community is located in the Hatfield & McCoy Region in southern West Virginia.