Capon Bridge, West Virginia

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Capon Bridge, WV (West Virginia), a community in Hampshire County, was incorporated in 1902 and named for a bridge over the Cacapon River there. The town is the site of Fort Edwards archaeological site and visitor center, where the remains of a 1750s frontier fortress are being studied and interpreted.

Lodging near Capon Bridge, West Virginia

Parks & Public Recreation

The following parks and public recreation areas are located within 20 miles of Capon Bridge.


The community is on highway US-50 approximately 25 miles east of Romney, West Virginia, 26 miles northeast of Wardensville, West Virginia, and 20 miles west of Winchester, Virginia.

Map of Capon Bridge, West Virginia

Regional Information

Capon Bridge is located in the Potomac Branches Region in eastern West Virginia.