Grantsville, West Virginia

Grantsville, West Virginia (WV), the county seat of Calhoun County, was established on the Little Kanawha River in 1865 and incorporated 1896. Grantsville was named in honor of General Ulysses S. Grant and is the home the annual West Virginia Wood Festival.

Lodging near Grantsville, West Virginia

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Parks & Public Recreation

The Stumptown Wildlife Management Area is located six miles southeast of Grantsville. Calhoun County Park is located three miles south of the community.

Location

Grantsville is located approximately 35 miles north of the I-79 expressway at Big Otter, West Virginia, 35 miles south of the US-50 expressway at Ellenboro, West Virginia.

Map of Grantsville, West Virginia

Regional Information

Grantsville is locate in the Heartland Region in central West Virginia.

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