Part of the Monongahela National Forest
The lake has an accessible fishing pier and boat launch. No Gasoline motors allowed:
Approximately 10 miles east of Richwood, WV.
Summit Lake Welcomes ice-fishing enthusiasts.
Directions from Richwood travel east on State Route 39 and 55 approximately 8 miles to Forest Road 77, then 2 miles to cold water fishing at Summit Lake.
Richwood anglers suspending their bait in mid-winter.
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