Alphabetical List of All Counties in West Virginia


There are a total of 55 counties in the state of West Virginia. Among them, Hampshire County is the oldest one (established in 1754) while Mingo County is the youngest (established in 1895).  With population of 193,063, Kanawha County is the most populated. The biggest county by land area is Randolph County (2,694 km2) and the smallest is Hancock County (215 km2). Below please see all West Virginia counties which are listed in alphabetical order.

  1. Barbour County, WV
  2. Berkeley County, WV
  3. Boone County, WV
  4. Braxton County, WV
  5. Brooke County, WV
  6. Cabell County, WV
  7. Calhoun County, WV
  8. Clay County, WV
  9. Doddridge County, WV
  10. Fayette County, WV
  11. Gilmer County, WV
  12. Grant County, WV
  13. Greenbrier County, WV
  14. Hampshire County, WV
  15. Hancock County, WV
  16. Hardy County, WV
  17. Harrison County, WV
  18. Kanawha County, WV
  19. Jackson County, WV
  20. Jefferson County, WV
  21. Lewis County, WV
  22. Lincoln County, WV
  23. Logan County, WV
  24. Marion County, WV
  25. Marshall County, WV
  26. Mason County, WV
  27. McDowell County, WV
  28. Mercer County, WV
  29. Mineral County, WV
  30. Mingo County, WV
  31. Monongalia County, WV
  32. Monroe County, WV
  33. Morgan County, WV
  34. Nicholas County, WV
  35. Ohio County, WV
  36. Pendleton County, WV
  37. Pleasants County, WV
  38. Pocahontas County, WV
  39. Preston County, WV
  40. Putnam County, WV
  41. Raleigh County, WV
  42. Randolph County, WV
  43. Ritchie County, WV
  44. Roane County, WV
  45. Summers County, WV
  46. Taylor County, WV
  47. Tucker County, WV
  48. Tyler County, WV
  49. Upshur County, WV
  50. Wayne County, WV
  51. Webster County, WV
  52. Wetzel County, WV
  53. Wirt County, WV
  54. Wood County, WV
  55. Wyoming County, WV