Welcome to Upshur County, West Virginia, nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains and home to the City of Buckhannon, one of "the best 100 small towns in America", as per Mr. Norman Crampton's book of the same title.
With a growing population of 25,000 people, Upshur County is located in the North Central section of the state, just off of Interstate 79 and directly on developing Corridor H, a four lane restricted highway which upon completion will allow access to the Washington, DC metro area in approximately three hours.
A diverse economy, good educational system, strong utilities infrastructure and coupled with a strong private liberal arts college in West Virginia Wesleyan and a 95 bed hospital in St. Josephs, Upshur County offers a high quality of life environment to all. The turn of the 20th Century look to downtown Buckhannon is enhanced with works by local artisans, special restaurants, an arts culture that includes local theatre, a choral society, a chamber orchestra and a state renowned WV Strawberry Festival each May.
Come walk our Main Street, stroll along River Walk, dine in our restaurants, and bring your business closer to home in Upshur County.