Curtisville Lake and Campground
Curtisville Lake offers 695 acres of lush scenery around a 30-acre lake with fishing, hiking trails, campsites, and picnicking. Other features include an ADA accessible pier, playground, and restrooms.
The Department of Natural Resources periodically stocks the lake.
Activities include non-motorized boating, hiking, biking, fishing, and leisure activities — home of the Annual Family Fishing Day each spring on Good Friday.
CAMPING AT CURTISVILLE LAKE
The park features five RV sites and six primitive sites available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Camping permitted from April 1 through October 31. Check-in is at 1:00 p.m., and check-out is at 11:00 a.m.
Please choose your site and then retrieve an envelope from the pay box. Fill out the envelope, insert the payment in the form of cash or check, and tear off the tag for your vehicle. Seal the envelope and place it in the pay box.
RV Site: $20.00/night
Primitive Site: $10.00/night
Directions to Curtisville Lake:
From Fairmont: Take Route 250 North out of Fairmont towards Mannington.
From E. Main Street in downtown Mannington, take a left on Market Street (brown signs for Curtisville Lake).
Market Street turns into Buffalo Road (Route 1) and passes the Mannington Fairgrounds.
Stay on Route 1 for about 5 miles just past Logansport.
Take a left on Curtisville Pike (Route 7).
Go about a mile, and the lake is on the left.