Pineville, West Virginia

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Immigrant Italian stonemasons built the historic at Pineville, West Virginia.

Pineville, WV (West Virginia), the county seat of Wyoming County, was platted in 1893, incorporated in 1907, and chartered in 1917. It was named for the location of a pine forest there. The town was once named Castlerock, and its post office was called Rock Castle. Its population was 648 at the 2020 census.

Pineville is situated on the Guyandotte River at its junction with Rockcastle Creek and Pinnacle Creek. The city formerly maintained a park and bathing beach at , a monumental sandstone formation that rises near the center of town.

Lodging near Pineville, West Virginia

Parks & Public Recreation

The approaches Pineville from the south. Twin Falls Resort State Park is located approximately 10 miles northeast of Pineville.


Pineville is located on highways WV-10 and WV-97, approximately 12 miles southeast of Oceana, West Virginia, 14 miles west of Mullens, West Virginia, and 18 miles north of Welch, West Virginia.

Map of Pineville, West Virginia

Regional Information

Pineville is located in the in southern West Virginia.