Do you yearn to live where green space isn’t man-made? Where farm-to-table is more than a trendy term – it’s a way of life? Do you wonder what it’s like to work where fresh mountain air isn’t a manufactured scent? Or where water flows freely no matter the time of day? We invite you to live in Randolph County, West Virginia.
Situated in the undulating peaks and valleys of the Appalachian Mountains, our country roads will keep you connected – not only to metropolitan hubs but also to the things that matter most in life, like nature and family. Because of our convenient location, our charming communities are easily accessible to surrounding major economic epicenters like Washington, D.C., and New York City, yet far enough away to escape cookie-cutter suburban sprawl.
Randolph County is the largest county in West Virginia with an area of 1,040 square miles – nearly the size of Rhode Island. Randolph County is considered the base camp of the expansive Monongahela National Forest. The 921,000 acres provides places to hike, bike, ride horseback, swim, fish, and do just about any outdoor activity you can think of. This outdoor paradise is highlighted by friendly towns rich in history, the arts, and an amazing dining scene, all surrounded by a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty.
Learn more about why you should choose to live, work, learn, and perhaps raise a family in our wonderful communities while perusing through Explore Randolph.ExploreRandolph_FINAL