Named for a notable family of 18th century pioneers in the Kanawha Valley, Clendenin lies at the confluence of Big Sandy Creek and the Elk River. Like many West Virginia towns, Clendenin’s early industries included gas and coal mining. In 1920 Union Carbide built the world’s first petrochemical plant in Clendenin. Today, Clendenin is a small town with a revitalized Victorian downtown main street and plenty of nearby opportunities for outdoor recreation.
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