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Williamstown, West Virginia

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A community in Wood County, Williamstown, WV, was originally chartered in 1822, and named for Isaac Williams, its founder. The town sits on the south bank of the Ohio River, just east of Interstate 77, and is famous for its glass production.

Population: 2996

Elevation: 630 feet

Attractions: Fenton Art Glass
Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge

Weather: Williamstown, WV

Lodging: Williamstown, WV Hotels

Schools: Wood County Library
Libraries: Parkersburg - Wood County Public Library