Hambleton, West Virginia, a community in Tucker County, was established in 1889 and incorporated in 1905. It was named by U.S. Senator Stephen B. Elkins in honor of a stockholder in the West Virginia Central Railroad Company. Hambleton is located on the Black Fork of the Cheat River in the Monongahela National Forest.
Lodging near Hambleton, West Virginia
Parks & Public Recreation
The near reaches of the Fernow Experimental Forest are located south of Hambleton across the Black Fork, and the Otter Creek Wilderness extends southward beyond the Fernow. Blackwater Falls State Park is located approximately 15 miles from the community.
Hambleton is two miles southeast of the county seat at Parsons, West Virginia, and adjacent to highway US-219, and two miles northwest of Hendricks, West Virginia.
Map of Hambleton, West Virginia
Hambleton is located in the Allegheny Highlands Region of northern West Virginia.