Milton, West Virginia (WV), a community on the Mud River in eastern Cabell County, was incorporated in 1876 by David Harshbarger, a large land holder in the vicinity, and was named for Milton Reese, the community's first postmaster. The Blenko Glass Factory and the West Virginia Pumpkin Festival Fairgrounds are located at and adjacent to Milton.
Lodging near Milton, West Virginia
Parks & Public Recreation
The West Virginia Pumpkin Festival Fairgrounds are located just outside Milton and serve as a public recreation facility year round. The following parks and public recreation areas are located within 20 miles of the community.
- Valley Park (Hurricane)
- Hurricane City Park
- Barboursville City Park
- Mill Creek Wildlife Management Area
- Green Bottom Wildlife Management Area
Milton is located on highway US-60 and the I-64 expressway approximately 20 miles east of Huntington, West Virginia, and 35 miles west of Charleston, West Virginia.
Map of Milton, West Virginia
Milton is located in the Metro Valley Region in western West Virginia.