Culloden, West Virginia (WV), is a community in Cabell County located in the Teays Valley midway between Charleston and Huntington. The community was named by L. R. White, who lost a leg while working for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, which passes through the community. When its post office and train station were established, he suggested "Culloden," possibly in honor of the the Battle of Culloden, Scotland, because there were so few places with that name in the U.S.
Lodging near Culloden, West Virginia
Parks & Public Recreation
The following parks and public recreation areas are located near Culloden.
- Amherst–Plymouth Wildlife Management Area
- Mill Creek Wildlife Management Area
- Hurricane City Park (Hurricane)
- Nitro City Park (Nitro)
Culloden is located on highway US-60 and the I-64 expressway approximately 25 miles west of Charleston, West Virginia, and 25 miles east of Huntington, West Virginia. It is also one mile east of Milton, West Virginia, and one mile west of Hurricane, West Virginia.
Map of Culloden, West Virginia
Culloden is located in the Metro Valley Region of western West Virginia.