Kermit, West Virginia (WV), a community in Mingo County near the Kentucky border, was incorporated in 1909 and named for Kermit Roosevelt, the son of President Theodore Roosevelt. Kermit is situated along the Tug Fork River, a tributary of the Big Sandy River. Cabwaylingo State Forest is located 20 miles north of Kermit.
Lodging near Kermit, West Virginia
Kermit is located on highway US-52 approximately 20 miles north of Williamson, West Virginia, 30 miles west of Logan, West Virginia, and 30 miles south of Fort Gay, West Virginia.
Map of Kermit, West Virginia
Kermit is located in the Hatfield & McCoy Region in western West Virginia.