Mason, West Virginia (WV), a community on the Ohio River in Mason County, was chartered in 1856 and named for Mason County, which was named for George W. Mason, author of the Constitution of Virginia. Mason is situated in a flats on a northward bend in the Ohio River formerly known as Waggoner’s Bottom. The town is opposite Pomeroy, Ohio.
Lodging near Mason, West Virginia
The Mason County Aiport, the West Virginia State Farm Museum, and the McClintic Wildlife Management Area are located roughly seven miles southwest of the community.
Mason is located on highway WV-62 approximately five miles northwest of Hartford City, West Virginia, 15 miles northeast of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, and 22 miles west of Ravenswood, West Virginia.
Map of Mason, West Virginia
Mason is located in the Mid-Ohio Valley Region in western West Virginia.