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West Virginia Route 28

West Virginia Route 28 marker

West Virginia Route 28
Route information
Maintained by WVDOH
Length: 150.8 mi[1] (242.7 km)
Major junctions
South end: WV 39 in Huntersville

WV 92 from Dunmore to Bartow
US 250 from Bartow to Thornwood
US 33 from Judy Gap to Seneca Rocks
WV 55 from Seneca Rocks to Moorefield
US 220 from Petersburg to Junction

US 50 from Junction to Romney
North end: Canal Parkway at Maryland state line in Wiley Ford
Counties: Pocahontas, Pendleton, Grant, Hardy, Hampshire, Mineral
Highway system
WV 27 WV 29

West Virginia Route 28 is a north–south route through the Potomac Highlands of the U.S. state of West Virginia. The southern terminus of the route is at West Virginia Route 39 in Huntersville. The northern terminus is at the Maryland state line in Wiley Ford, where the route continues into Cumberland as Canal Parkway upon crossing the North Branch Potomac River.


  • Attractions 1
    • Historic sites 1.1
  • Major intersections 2
  • WV 28 Alternate 3
  • References 4
  • See also 5


Historic sites

Major intersections

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Pocahontas   WV 39 – Warm Springs, VA, Marlinton, Watoga State Park
Dunmore WV 92 south – White Sulphur Springs south end of WV 92 overlap
  WV 66 west – Cass, Snowshoe
Bartow US 250 north / WV 92 north – Elkins north end of WV 92 overlap; south end of US 250 overlap
  US 250 south – Monterey, VA north end of US 250 overlap
Pendleton Judy Gap US 33 east – Franklin south end of US 33 overlap
Seneca Rocks US 33 west / WV 55 west – Elkins north end of US 33 overlap; south end of WV 55 overlap
Grant Petersburg WV 42 north – Mount Storm
US 220 south – Airport south end of US 220 overlap
Hardy Moorefield WV 55 east – Baker north end of WV 55 overlap; to US 48
Hampshire Junction US 50 west / US 220 north – Keyser, Grafton north end of US 220 overlap; south end of US 50 overlap
Romney US 50 east – Winchester, VA north end of US 50 overlap
Mineral Fort Ashby WV 46 west / CR 15 (Dans Run Road) – Keyser
Short Gap WV 956 west
Wiley Ford
WV 28 Alt. north – Ridgeley
Canal Parkway (MD 61 north) – Cumberland Maryland state line (Wiley Ford Bridge over North Branch Potomac River)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

WV 28 Alternate

West Virginia Route 28 Alternate
Location: Wiley Ford
Length: 3.0 mi[1] (4.8 km)

West Virginia Route 28 Alternate is a north–south alternate route of West Virginia Route 28 around Wiley Ford in northern West Virginia. The southern terminus of the route is at WV 28 in Wiley Ford. The northern terminus is at the Maryland state line in Ridgeley, where the road continues into Cumberland as a local road after crossing the North Branch Potomac River. The road passes by Fort Ohio in Ridgeley.


  1. ^ a b Distance calculated using Microsoft MapPoint mapping software.

See also

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