New Haven, West Virginia

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Commercial buildings line Fifth Street, the principal thoroughfare in New Haven, West Virginia.

New Haven, WV (West Virginia), a community on the Ohio River in Mason County, was incorporated in 1935 and named for New Haven, Connecticut, the home of the owner of the first coal mine opened there. The community was formerly known as New London.

Lodging near New Haven, West Virginia

Parks & Public Recreation

The West Virginia State Farm Museum and the near reaches of the McClintic Wildlife Management Area are located roughly 12 and 15 miles southwest of the New Haven, respectively.


New Haven is located in a northward bend in the Ohio River along highway WV-62 approximately four miles southeast of Mason, West Virginia, and one mile southeast of Hartford City, West Virginia.

Map of New Haven, West Virginia

Regional Information

New Haven is located in the Mid-Ohio Valley Region in western West Virginia.