Some of the cities, towns, and places in Randolph County are Adolph, Aggregates, Alpena, Arnold Hill, Bemis, Beverly, Bowden, Brady Gate, Bruxton, Canfield, Cassity, Crystal Springs, Czar, Dailey, Dryfork, East Dailey, Elkins, Elkins Junction, Elkwater, Ellamore, Evenwood, Faulkner, Glady, Harman, Helvetia, Horton, Huttonsville, Jimtown, Kerens, Little Italy, Mabie, Mill Creek, Mingo, Monterville, Montrose, Newlonton, Norton, Osceola, Pickens, Pumpkintown, Read, Spangler, Sullivan, Tigheville, Upper Mingo, Valley Bend, Valley Head, Weaver, Whitmer, Whyte, Womelsdorf (Coalton)
Randolph County is a county located in the U.S. state of West Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 29,405. Its county seat is Elkins. The county was founded in 1787 and is named for Edmund Jennings Randolph.Randolph County comprises the Elkins, West Virginia, Micropolitan Statistical Area.