The Clearest Lake In West Virginia Is Almost Too Beautiful To Be Real
Did you know that Stonewall Jackson Lake is one of the best lakes in West Virginia? When people think of the beauty here, the first images they generally conjure are the stately mountains and rolling hills of lush forest. But the lakes of the Mountain State are quite beautiful as well – and the clear, blue waters of Stonewall Jackson Lake are sure to take your breath away.
For more information about one of the best lakes in West Virginia, visit Stonewall Resort State Park’s website or Facebook page. Have you ever been to Stonewall Jackson Lake? Feel free to comment below and tell us about your visit.
And for more outdoor fun, visit some of the best picnic spots in West Virginia.
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Unique Places To Stay In West Virginia
What are the most unique places to stay in West Virginia?
West Virginia is so wild and wonderful, all that ruggedness comes with exciting and remote vacation rental opportunities. Here is a list of unique places in which you had no idea you could stay in West Virginia.
- The Tree House at Wild Rock (Victor, West Virginia) This rustic, 3,100-square-foot treehouse has multiple decks, four bedrooms, four baths, a full kitchen and laundry room, and sleeps up to 12 guests. Book a room on the Tree House at Wild Rock's Facebook page.
- Holly Rock Treehouse (Hick, WV) You'll have a blast sleeping in this 520-square-foot treehouse with one bedroom and bath, and sleeps up to two guests, perfect for a romantic getaway. Rent this cute place on Holly Rock Treehouse's web page.
- Secluded 1940s Tiny House on the River (Jefferson County, West Virginia) This 200-square-foot tiny home sits on 2.5 acres, with 450 feet of riverfront land. Its one bedroom and one full bath accommodate up to two guests. To book this sweet gem, visit the Tiny House's website.
- 1805 Farmhouse Mansion (Jefferson County, West Virginia) Live it up in style and bring your pets to this 2,500-square-foot home with a massive five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, Wi-Fi, and a heated pool/hot tub. Find out more about this beauty on the 1805 Farmhouse Mansion website.
What are the most unique campsites in West Virginia?
For more secluded experiences with just you and the land, surround yourself with nature at these camping spots in West Virginia.
- Cacapon State Park (818 Cacapon Lodge Drive, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia) In addition to tent campsites, this park offers a single camp Tentrr about 1.5 miles past the Cacapon Mountain overlook. This pet-friendly escape offers an incredible adventure.
- Greenbrier River Retreat (Pence Springs, West Virginia) Also a camp Tentrr, this private place sits at the historic Hinton-Alderson Airport, overlooking the Greenbrier River. To reserve a spot, visit the Greenbrier River Retreat web page.
- Blackwater Falls State Park (1584 Blackwater Lodge Road, Davis, West Virginia) You'll find somewhere to sleep in the gorgeous 2,300-acre state park from a lodge to a rustic tent. And the scenery here is unforgettable, including the 57-foot Blackwater Falls.
- Riverfront in Alderson (Alderson, West Virginia) Very few places in the world are prettier than the Greenbriar River, especially offset by historic Alderson. You'll also find some of the best fishing at this awesome campsite. For reservations, visit Glamp Greenbrier's web page.
- Hawk's Nest State Park (Ansted, West Virginia) Within this 270-acre recreational area, you'll find a nature museum, whitewater, aerial tramway, jetboat rides, and hiking trails. Visit Hawk's Nest State Park's web page for more information.