Meadow Bridge, West Virginia (WV), a community in Fayette County, was incorporated in 1920 and named for the location of a bridge over the upper Meadow Creek near the Meadow River. The Meadow River Lumber Company began timbering in the region in the early 1900s and built a line through the town, the Sewell Valley Railroad, which connected its mill at Rainelle with the mainline of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway (C&O).
Lodging near Meadow Bridge, West Virginia
Parks & Public Recreation
Meadow Bridge is situated in an area of meadows known colloquially as the Little Meadows, which is associated with a larger area of meadows, the Big Meadows, on the nearby Meadow River. The New River Gorge National River flanks the town to the southwest.
Meadow Bridge is located on highway WV-20 approximately 12 miles southwest of highway US-60 at Rainelle, West Virginia, and seven miles north of the I-64 expressway at Green Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.