The West Virginia. Cyclopedia
Teter Creek Lake Wildlife Management Area
Teter Creek Lake WMA (137 acres) Barbour County. Located nine miles north of Belington. Access is by way of county Route 9 from state Route 92 at Meadowville. Teter Creek lies in the Allegheny Plateau and has an average elevation of 1,800 feet. Vegetation consists of oak-hickory forests on gentle slopes, abandoned farmlands and mixed conifer plantations. Squirrel, turkey, waterfowl, ruffed grouse, raccoon and deer are the principal game species. HUNTING IS LIMITED DUE TO THE SIZE OF THE AREA. Teter Creek Lake, 35 acres, provides fishing for trout and warmwater species such as largemouth bass, rock bass, bluegill and channel catfish. A boat launch ramp and physically challenged fisherman trail are located on the area. A campground with twenty tent and trailer sites includes charcoal grills, well water, picnic tables and pit toilets. Nominal fees are charged for camping and firewood. Owned and managed by the WVDNR.