West Point, King William County, Virginia
West Point – The Town of West Point has a long and unique history related to its location in Colonial Virginia and its American Indian heritage. Once the site of an Indian village named Cinquoteck, the West Point area, in 1664, became part of a large land grant made to Captain John West. In 1691, an act by the General Assembly arranged the purchase from West Point Plantation of 50 acres of land for the development of Delaware Town. West Point, Virginia is located in King William County, 37 miles east of Richmond, Virginia (center to center) and 63 miles northwest of Virginia Beach, Virginia. West Point is situated where the Mattaponi River and Pamunkey River join the York River.
From left: Glass Island Landing, U. S. Post Office on Main Street, sign at the entrance to town.
For more information about West Point visit
our West Point Virginia Guide.
Carrie Conklin, Owner and Goldsmith. Quality gold, platinum and sterling silver jewelry, gifts and antiques. Jewelry repairs done on site, watch repair service, and engraving. Experienced jewelry repair and design. Dog friendly! We also buy gold scrap and antique jewelry. Historic Downtown, West Point, Va. Phone: 804-843-2280.