Nestled on the state borders of Kentucky and Ohio, Huntington, West Virginia is the second largest city in the state of West Virginia and serves as the county seat of Cabell County. Huntington sits on the confluence of the Guyandotte River and the Ohio River, which offers a beautiful riverfront setting. Since the founding of the C&O Railroad, Huntington has served as a major point between rail traffic in the Ohio River and Mississippi River regions. The Huntington location is still the largest in the CSX Transportation network. Many sporting, educational and cultural activities are provided by the nearby Marshall University. The city has numerous parks, museums and annual events and fair to enjoy throughout the year.