Lake Stephens Is One Of The Most Underrated Summer Destinations In West Virginia

Does the heat of summer make you want to hunker down in front of your house fan with your window shades drawn? Maybe that’s just because you haven’t found the right summer destination yet, one with plenty of options for cool, fun, beautiful adventure to get you out and soaking up some sun. Stephens Lake in Raleigh County is just the spot to explore when the long, hot days of the summer season threaten to drive you just a little bit stir crazy. There’s something fun here for everyone.

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To learn more, visit the Lake Stephens website or Facebook page. Tickets for the waterpark are $10 per person. Tickets for the splashpad are $5 per person. Campsites start at $22 per night for tents and $32 per night for RVs. Cabins start at $75 per night. Boats and kayaks can be rented for $10 per hour. Need something fun to do on a rainy summer day? Try one of the many museums, including an underground coal mine, at this nearby Beckley City Park.

Address: Stephens Lake, District 1, WV 25801, USA