Warwood is a neighborhood located a few miles north of North Wheeling on the banks of the Ohio River. Warwood has a rich industrial history, including steel, aluminum, and mining. The suburb was even named after the Warwood Tool Company, which still exists to this day. Warwood also includes Wheeling’s only dam, the Pike Island Lock and Dam.
As one of the most self-sufficient suburbs of Wheeling, Warwood is home to numerous shops, grocery stores, banks, offices, and other community institutions. The Wheeling Heritage Trail runs through Warwood, and there are parks and playgrounds for other outdoor activities. Warwood has a vibrant community that is committed to improving the neighborhood, organizing volunteer opportunities, and hosting community events.