Stonewall Jackson Lake
|Stonewall Jackson Lake|
|Location||Lewis County, West Virginia|
|Primary inflows||West Fork River|
|Primary outflows||West Fork River|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Surface area||2,630 acres (1,060 ha)|
Stonewall Jackson Lake is an 2,630-acre (10.6 km2) impoundment on the West Fork River in Lewis County, West Virginia. The lake is a flood control project of the Pittsburgh District of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Stonewall Resort is located along the lake's shore. Facilities provided by the Corps of Engineers included a visitors center with public restrooms, a hiking trail, and fishing access.
The lake is a popular spot for largemouth bass fishing. A list of fishing species in the lake include:
- Yellow perch
- Channel catfish
Trout is stocked in the lake's tailwaters.
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