Elk Garden, West Virginia (WV), a community in Mineral County, was incorporated in 1890 and so-named for a salty spring that attracted elk to the region. The town is located on a tableland above the North Branch of the Potomac River. Elk Garden is situated south of Jennings Randolph Lake and the whitewater rafting segment of the North Branch.
Lodging near Elk Garden, West Virginia
Elk Garden is located approximately 14 miles upstream of Piedmont, West Virginia, 15 miles southwest of the county seat at Keyser, West Virginia, and 20 miles north of the junction of US-50 and the US-48 expressway near Mount Storm, West Virginia.
Maps of Elk Garden, West Virginia
Elk Garden is located in the Potomac Branches Region in eastern West Virginia.