The Water Is A Brilliant Blue At Jennings Randolph Lake, A Refreshing Roadside Stop In West Virginia

There’s something so refreshing about a beautiful blue lake nestled in the mountains—in West Virginia, we have many of them! But one you may not have visited in a while that’s worth a trip is Jennings Randolph Lake in Mineral County, West Virginia.

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So next time you have a hankering to spend time on the lake, consider heading to Jennings Randolph Reservoir for a relaxing day of fun on the water! To learn more, visit the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Facebook page for the lake.

Interested in doing some hiking in the area? Consider taking a stroll through the nearby Cranesville Swamp Bog.

Address: Jennings Randolph Lake, United States