With 18,758 acres of public land and water to hunt, fish and explore, Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area has many recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. It also includes Bluestone Lake, West Virginia’s third largest body of water, and several miles of the New River, home to world-class white-water rafting, rock climbing and the county’s newest national park.
So, whether you enjoy hunting big game, fishing, boating, kayaking, birdwatching or hiking trails, Bluestone Lake WMA is a great place to enjoy nature. Here are a few things to know when planning a trip.
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