The West Virginia. Cyclopedia
Shenandoah Wildlife Management Area
Shenandoah WMA (49,106) Pendleton County. State Routes 21, 30 and 3 provide access to this area which is made up of mountainous terrain with elevations ranging from 1.250 to 4.397 feet. The area is covered primarily by oak-hickory forests. Hunters will find deer, bear, turkey, squirrel and grouse. Brandywine Lake, 6 acres, provides trout fishing and the 8-acre Camp Run Lake provides warmwater fishing for largemouth bass and channel catfish. Camping is available at Brandywine Lake and Camp Run. The Westside shooting range is available for public use. Owned by U.S. Forest Service.