Camden-on-Gauley, WV (West Virginia), a community on the Gauley River in Webster County, was incorporated in 1904 and named for industrialist Johnson N. Camden, a U.S. Senator from West Virginia from 1881 until 1887 and from 1893 until 1895. (Camden, West Virginia, also named for Johnson Camden, is located in Lewis County.) Camden-on-Gauley is located on the edge of the vast Monongahela National Forest.
Lodging near Camden-on-Gauley, WV
Parks & Public Recreation
The following parks and public recreation areas are located near the community.
Camden-on-Gauley, WV, is approximately 20 miles southwest of Webster Springs, West Virginia, and 20 miles northeast of the US-19 expressway at Summersville, West Virginia.
Map of Camden-on-Gauley, West Virginia
Camden-on-Gauley, WV, is located in the Allegheny Highlands Region in central West Virginia.