Williamstown, West Virginia

Residential street in Williamstown, West Virginia, Wood County, Mid-Ohio Valley Region
Residences, Williamstown, West Virginia

Williamstown, West Virginia (WV), a community on the Ohio River in Wood County, was chartered in 1822 and named for its founder, Isaac Williams. The Fenton Art Glass Factory is one of the chief employers at Williamstown. The community is located across the river from Marietta, Ohio, and the mouth of the Muskingum River.

Lodging near Williamstown, West Virginia

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Parks & Public Recreation

Buckley Island and the headquarters for the Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge are situated on the Ohio River above the community. 

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Location

Williamstown is located on highway WV-14 at the I-77 expressway approximately five miles northeast of Boaz, West Virginia, and 13 miles northeast of Parkersburg, West Virginia.

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Regional Information

Williamstown is located in the Mid-Ohio Valley Region in northwestern West Virginia.

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