Burnsville Lake


There are numerous recreation opportunities at Burnsville Lake, including excellent hunting. At the Burnsville Lake Dam and the Riffle Run Campground/Day-Use/Boat Launch, you can take advantage of camping at one of sixty sites (non-reservable, electric & non-electric), take a picnic or plan a family reunion at one of the four reservable shelters. Boat rentals and storage are available at the marina. Take a trip back in time at the Bulltown Historical Village to get a taste of pioneer life during the Civil War Era.


To visit the Burnsville Lake Dam and the Riffle Run Campground/Day-Use/Boat Launch take exit 79 from Interstate 79 then old Rt. 5 east approximately 3 miles to campground. To visit the Bulltown Historical Area and the Bulltown Campground/Day-se/Beach/Boat Launch take exit 67 off of I-79, then Rt. 19 North approximately 13 miles.


(304) 853-2371



2550 S Main St Burnsville, WV 26335-7516


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