This One Destination Has The Absolute Bluest Water In West Virginia

Every West Virginian knows that we live in a state with some of the most beautiful natural scenery in America. When a person thinks of West Virginia, it usually conjures images of rolling hills and mountains carpeted with lush foliage as far as the eye can see. One thing this state is not necessarily known for is its bodies of water (aside from the Mighty Ohio, of course). Nor is our water particularly blue. Except for this one lake in Grant County. Not only is it vibrantly blue, but it also might be the most unique lake you will ever visit.

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Abrams Creek Campground and Retreat is located at 166 Abrams Creek Drive in Elk Garden. To learn more about the campground and Mount Storm Lake, visit the campground’s official website here.

Have you ever been to Mount Storm Lake? Feel free to comment below and tell us about your experience.

To learn more about unique attractions in West Virginia, check out this park in Calhoun County where you can see the Northern Lights.