Cast a Line and Enjoy the Mountain Air!
McDowell County offers destinations for those seeking a chance to make the catch of a lifetime! Together, Anawalt Lake Wildlife Managment Area, Berwind Lake Wildlife Management Area and Panther Wildlife Management Area offer a glimpse at the majesty and natural beauty of West Virginia along with fishing spots, hiking trails, scenic overlooks, picnicking, swimming, cabins and much more!
Camping 8 primitive sites Cabins and Trailer available for rent Each site equipped with picnic table, lantern post and charcoal grill Check-in: 12:00 p.m. Check-out:
Trout Fishing And More
Fishing has been a tradition of West Virginians for many years! People of the mountains passed down the experience for generations and McDowell County offers
Elkhorn Creek (Tug Fork)
Elkhorn Creek is a 23.7-mile-long tributary of the Tug Fork, belonging to the Ohio River and Mississippi River watersheds. It is located in McDowell and Mercer counties in West Virginia. Elkhorn Creek is also known as Elkhorn Fork and Elkhorn
Panther Wildlife Management Area
Panther Wildlife Management Area (7,820 acres) McDowell County. From the town of Panther take state Routes 3/1 and 3/2. Panther is comprised of extremely mountainous terrain
Anawalt Lake Wildlife Management Area
Anawalt Lake WMA (1,792 acres) McDowell County. Located approximately 20 miles southeast of Welch, access is provided by following state Route 103 south from Welch to
Berwind Lake Cabin Rentals and Recreation
See More Photos and book your cabin at BerwindLakeCabins.com Berwind Lake (18,000 acres) is owned by the McDowell County Economic Development Authority. The area is located 12 miles