Smithers, West Virginia (WV), a community in Fayette County, was incorporated in 1936 and named for James Smithers, a settler who resided at the mouth of what is now known as Smithers Creek, a tributary of the Kanawha River. The town is situated on the Kanawha River opposite Montgomery, West Virginia, and extends up Cannelton Hollow, long a productive locale for coal mining, toward the Mount Olive State Correctional Complex.
Lodging near Smithers, West Virginia
Smithers is located on highway US-60 at Cannelton Hollow Road, approximately 10 miles west of Gauley Bridge, West Virginia, and eight miles east of Glasgow, West Virginia.
Map of Smithers, West Virginia
Smithers is located in the Metro Valley Region in south-central West Virginia near the New River Gorge Region.