Mannington, West Virginia (WV), a community in Marion County, was chartered in 1856 and incorporated as a city in 1921. The town is located on the upper reach of Buffalo Creek, a tributary of the Monongahela River, on a former branch of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (B&O).
Mannington's growth in the late 1800s was fueled by regional gas and oil fields. The South Penn Oil Co., a former subsidiary of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, operated shops here. The Homewood Pottery Company was established here in 1904.
Lodging near Mannington, West Virginia
Mannington is located on highway US-250 approximately six miles west of Farmington, West Virginia, 14 miles west of Fairmont, West Virginia, and 15 miles south of Hundred, West Virginia.
Map of Mannington, West Virginia
Mannington is located in the Monongahela Valley Region in northern West Virginia.