Stonewall Jackson State Park
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Introduction

Stunning 1,900-acre Stonewall State Park on Stonewall Jackson Lake has more to offer than meets the eye. This secluded retreat is tucked into the hills of West Virginia and offers breathtaking views of West Virginas’ rolling mountains and serene lakes. The park boasts several options in lodging and invites visitors to explore their options of outdoor recreation. The park, home to deer, squirrel, duck, bear, and turkey, also offers the opportunity to hunt on its public lands. Stonewall State Park also offers excellent fishing, boating, golfing, swimming, and hiking opportunities for outdoor enthusiast.

The park maintains a Visitors Center full of interesting exhibits and local information. There is an excellent fishing hole at the foot of the dam. Cast a line and see if you can catch one of the trout living here. The park maintains miles of hiking trails.

The park, home to Stonewall Resort, The Briar Point Campground, and The Stonewall Marina, hosts "The National Hunting and Fishing Days" each year. This annual event invites guests to explore the park and both sports through seminars, classes, children's activities, and vendor exhibits.

Guests to the park will find several lodging options. There are ten alpine cottages available for rent at the Stonewall Resort as well as rooms within the lodge. Guests interested in camping will find 46 campsites withing Briar Creek Campground. All sites offer full hookup and are available by reservation in season. Guests should note that camp sites are available on a first come first served basis in the off season.

Camping Accommodations

50’
Max RV length
50’
Max trailer length
Electrical hookup
Water hookup
Generator use
Food storage
Sewer hookup
Dogs & cats

RV Rentals in Stonewall Jackson State Park

Transportation in Stonewall Jackson State Park

The park's address is:

Stonewall Jackson State Park

149 State Park Trail

Roanoke, WV

The resort is located in Lewis County, West Virginia. The park and resort are easy to find from I-79. The park is located approximately 10-miles south of Weston and about three-miles off the Roanoke Exit (Exit 91) of Interstate 79.

Guests will take Hwy 19 south after exiting I-79. They will turn left onto State Park Rd. prior to the bridge over West Fort River. This road will take them directly into the Stonewall Jackson State Park.

Guests to Stonewall Jackson State Park will find ample parking available to them in this resort complex. Guests will find parking near the public boat ramp and the marina. There is also ample parking near the Roanoke Activity Plaza and lodge.

There is no access to public transportation within the airport.

Campgrounds and parking in Stonewall Jackson State Park

Campsites in Stonewall Jackson State Park

Stonewall Jackson State Park

Lovely Stonewall Resort State Park, nestled in the hills surrounding Stonewall Jackson Lake, maintains 46 campsites with full hookups. The Briar Point Campground on Stonewall Jackson Lake is open year-round and features tent and RV campsites. Sites are available by reservation Memorial Day through Labor Day. It's a quiet and lovely destination for those with a love of the outdoors. The park and its adjoining resort offer hiking, swimming, boating, and golfing opportunities.

The sites are large and level. Many sites offer stunning views of the lake. There is high speed internet available within the campground. Guests to the park will enjoy this blissful lakeside lodging and revel in the many outdoor activities available on site. Guests should note that camp sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis after Labor Day.

Seasonal activities in Stonewall Jackson State Park

Hiking

Stonewall Jackson State Park is a hiker’s dream. The park maintains several trails of easy to moderate difficulty level. Trails within the park include:

Autumn Laurel Brooke Trail:

This moderately difficult one-and-a-half-mile loop trail starts near the cottages. The trail guides guests along the lakeshore to Chipmunk Point. Expect to encounter native wildlife including deer, squirrel, chipmunk, turtles, and turkey as they meander along this trail.

Hevener’s Orchard Trail:

This moderately difficult three mile trail starts near the park’s Welcome Center and offers a challenge with a gradual climb in elevation. The trail leads through a meadow. Enjoy the lovely wildflowers and native wildlife that flourish here.

Chipmunk Point Hike:

This easy one mile trail provides guests with a short level hike to Chipmunk Point peninsula. Guests will find this a premium spot for sighting the birds of prey that reside within the park.

Cairns Trail:

This moderately to difficult two-and-a-half-mile trail begins near the cottages and guides guests along the shoreline. The trail maintains a gentle climb to a level bench near the ridge. The trail is marked with mysterious stone cairns dating back to early days of the nation. Guest will notice a single large standing stone about a mile in that shows evidence of human tooling. Upon close inspection, guests will discern bullets embedded in the stone.

Lakeside Nature Trail:

This easy three-mile loop trail offers guest a gentle rolling stroll from the lodge to the Carrion Bay area. Guests on this trail will follow the shore of the lake and will wonder at the scenic lake views offered in one of the more remote areas of this stunning park.

Swimming

Guests to Stonewall Jackson State Park will delight in the swimming options at the resort’s lodge. The lodge maintains a stunning heated indoor/outdoor pool and patio area. Indeed, it is the most popular gathering spot at the lodge. Warm days at Stonewall Jackson State Park here invite guests to take in the peaceful lake views. The pool area bursts into life at night with a flaming fire pit and glowing bistro lighting. Guests will find comfy seating luring them to gather, make new friends, share travel stories, and enjoy the campfire tradition of making S’mores. Winter months engage guests with a large fire pit, heated pool and hot tubs under the sparkling stars

Boating

Visitors to Stonewall Jackson State Park with a penchant for water sports will find it hard to resist the call to luxuriate in the cool mountain waters with the West Virginia mountains as their backdrop. Guests will enjoy cruising the peaceful waters of the lake on a pontoon boat rented from the resort's marina. The marina crew will happily prepare box lunches for a day of relaxing on the water. The Marina at Stonewall Resort maintains a boat launch and offers pontoon rentals, gasoline sales, a marina shop and a variety of boat slips available to overnight and day guests.

Disc Golf

Guest to Stonewall Jackson State Park with an interest in disc golf will be delighted by the course available to them here. The disc golf course opened in 2010 and is a mostly flat, lightly wooded, grass covered course. The course measures 1,797 feet and offers a reasonable challenge to disc golf enthusiast. Guests new to the sport will find it an inexpensive option to traditional golf.

Fishing

Guests to lovely Stonewall Jackson State Park will find it an exceptional spot for fishing. 2,600-acre Stonewall Jackson Lake is considered one of the top West Virginia waters for Muskellunge and Crappie fishing. The lake is easily one of the best bass fishing lakes in West Virginia as well. Guests should note that a valid West Virginia fishing license if required.

Guests to Stonewall Jackson State Park will find that fishing for largemouth bass is best between April and June when the lake waters hover between 55 and 65 degrees. Guests should not that it is catch and release only on all Black Bass in the lake. Guests interested in catching crappie will find that the spring is best for this fish. Guests will want to fish for crappie when the water is still cool (50-60 degrees is best).

Jackson's Mill Historic Area

The Jackson's Mill Museum is the midpoint of a historic area representing the life of Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. Jackson, who came to live with his Uncle Cummins here after the death of his parents, was greatly influenced by his years here. Young Tom learned much about life as he participated in the building and work of this mill.

Modern guests are invited to take a step back in time as they learn from demonstrations on grist milling, weaving, spinning, basket making, candle dipping. Witness the colonial crafts that were part of everyday frontier life like wood working, blacksmithing, and paper marbling. Guests will witness these activities against a historic backdrop that features the Old Mill and other authentic 18th and 19th century buildings. Tours/programs can run from two hours to all day. Lunch can be included (with an additional charge) or you can ‘brown bag’ it. Classes in heritage arts are also available upon arrangement. Contact the farmstead for further information.