Sissonville, West Virginia

Church at Sissonville, West Virginia (WV)
Humphreys Memorial United Methodist Church at Sissonville, West Virginia (WV)

Sissonville, West Virginia (WV), a community on the Pocatalico River in northern Kanawha County, was named for John Sisson, who owned the original townsite.

Sissonville has traditionally been a service center for a large farming area. A bedroom-community of Charleston, West Virginia, today, the community is served by two exits on Interstate 77.

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Parks & Public Recreation

Woodrum Wildlife Management Area is located approximately six miles north of Sissonville, and the near reaches of the Amherst-Plymouth Wildlife Management Area are located eight miles to the west.

Location

Sissonville is located on old US Highway 21 approximately two miles from the I-77 expressway, 15 miles north of Charleston, West Virginia, and 22 miles south of Ripley, West Virginia.

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Regional Information

Sissonville is located in the Metro Valley Region in western West Virginia.

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