163 Wildlife Road
French Creek, WV 26218
Telephone (304) 924-6211

Burnsville Lake
(Braxton County)
Three miles east of Burnsville off exit 79 of I-79. Handicap fishing pier next to the boat marina near the dam and also at the upper end of the lake at Falls Mill off U.S. Route 19, 10 miles north of Flatwoods. A handicap-accessible walkway is available below the dam.
Buffalo Lake
(Pocahontas County)
Located about 2 miles from Bartow just off State Route 28.
Spruce Knob Lake
(Randolph County)
Travel 9 1/2 miles south of Whitmer on County Route 29, then two miles east on Forest Service Route 1.
Stonecoal Lake
(Lewis County)
Fishing pier located near the boat launch ramp. From Route 33 at Horner take County Route 15 South one mile.
Stonewall Jackson Lake
(Lewis County)
Access the area by using I-79 exit 91. Handicap fishing pier located at the State Park two miles east of I-79. Also, use I-79 Exit 96, turn east onto Skin Creek. Road fishing pier is located immediately downstream from the dam. A handicapped-accessible fishing path is available farther downstream at the DNR’s public access area. For tailwater access use I-79 Exit 96. Turn east onto Skin Creek Road.
Summersville Lake
(Nicholas County)
Travel six miles south of Summersville on U.S. Route 19, turn right and go three miles on State Route 129. Handicap fishing pier at the Battle Run area near the campground.
Sutton Lake
(Braxton County)
From Main Street in town of Sutton, turn onto Second Street and cross the Elk River bridge. Just across the bridge, turn left on Stonewall Street and proceed approximately one mile to the South Abutment Boat Ramp. Handicap fishing pier at far end of parking area.
Watoga Lake
(Pocahontas County)
Located 3 1/2 miles east of Seebert on County Route 21/3.