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They have great food and pool, hot tubs (indoor and outdoor). The Steam room and Sauna are separate since they are located in the ladies and men's changing areas...With the smores package you can sit by the outdoor fire pit and relax. Met lots of...More
PROS- It's a nice campground, but I would not call it a resort. The sites are a good size, level and some with great views of the lake, easy in and out, close to the interstate, did love having the lake so close for our...More
All I can say is WOW! This is one amazingly beautiful state park. We stayed only one night in the campground and wished we would of scheduled more time here! Camping spots were roomy, some shady while others not. Each had a view of the...More
This place is really a gem. The hotel itself has a real mountain lodge feel to it. Grand lobby w fireplace, awesome heated pool in and out overlooking the beautiful lake, hot tub, fabulous restaurant, fire pit at night, bar, spa, golf course, hiking, boating...More
A beautiful setting and amazing facilities in this very rural location. Bikes, kayaks, canoes interchangeably available for $10 a day. The bikes need better upkeep, but helmets were provided. Great paths & trails to walk and ride. Very good food. Very pleasant and helpful staff....More
We adore the Stonewall Jackson Resort! This is our 3rd stay in 1 year! The staff goes out of their way to ensure your stay is awesome! The restaurants are very high quality. If there is a drawback, everything is a bit overpriced. Other than...More
If your looking for a nice lake with s great launch area no matter if it's a boat or kayak this area is perfect. It provides access to miles of shoreline and no wake areas which make for good kayaking and tons of structure for...More
Honorary. No direct connection to the actual park lands, but he was born downstream in Clarksburg, WV, and then when his mother got sick, went to live with his uncle, who owned a gristmill on the West Fork River, even closer... More
Honorary. No direct connection to the actual park lands, but he was born downstream in Clarksburg, WV, and then when his mother got sick, went to live with his uncle, who owned a gristmill on the West Fork River, even closer downstream, or several miles downstream of the Stonewall Jackson Dam, just north of Weston, which is now named Jackson's Mill. He bounced between Clarksburg and Jackson's mill a bit growing up, as did his sister. His sister became a staunch unionist and spent most of her life in Harrison County.
You can use about anything to fish with, but it depends somewhat on what kind of fish you're trying to catch. Lizards eat the eggs of some fish so the fish have adapted to eating lizards to save their own eggs and progeny.