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Pendleton County, WV

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Pendleton County, West Virginia was founded in 1787 by the Virginia General Assembly from portions of Augusta, Rockingham and Hardy Counties. The land area is comprised of 698 square miles. Of that, 29% is Monongahela and George Washington National Forest.

Pendleton County is home to Spruce Knob which is the highest point in West Virginia and the Alleghenies at 4863’. Also, one of West Virginia’s most recognized natural landmarks, Seneca Rocks is located here.

According to the 2010 Census, 7,695 people live in Pendleton County with 721 residing in Franklin, the County Seat. Franklin was established in 1794 and is comprised of 358 acres.

The Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce was incorporated in 2002. The Chamber is organized for the purpose of advancing the general welfare and prosperity of the members of the Chamber and the citizens of Pendleton County, West Virginia. All possible and necessary means of promotion and cooperation of the civic, commercial, agricultural, industrial, educational and cultural interests of Pendleton County will be implemented with honesty and integrity by this Chamber.


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