Harman, West Virginia (WV), a community in Randolph County, was incorporated in 1901 and named for Asa Harmon, who provided the land for the town, which was formerly known as Harmon Town. Harman is located on the Dry Fork of the Cheat River in the Monongahela National Forest.
Lodging near Harman, West Virginia
Harman is located on highway US-33 approximately 13 miles west of Seneca Rocks, West Virginia, and 25 miles east of Elkins, West Virginia, the county seat.
Map of Harman, West Virginia
Harman is located in the Allegheny Highlands Region in eastern West Virginia.