Mcclintic Point

Covington, Virginia

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Overview

Enjoy the easygoing, peaceful vibe of McClintic Point's rustic campground set among scattered trees and open fields. This angler's paradise provides plentiful shoreline fishing and some lakefront campsites.

Recreation

Boating, canoeing, water skiing and and fishing are popular activities on the lake. Brown and rainbow trout, bass and crappie are some of the popular species anglers catch. The campground's open spaces are also handy for running around of stretching out on the grass.

Facilities

Amenities include vault toilets and seasonal drinking water, which is available April through October. The three group campsites range in capacity from 20 to 35 guests.

Natural Features

The campground sits on the northern end of Lake Moomaw. The lake boasts 2,530 surface acres with 43.5 miles of shore line and a maximum depth of 150 feet.

Nearby Attractions

Head to the quaint town of Warm Springs for restaurants or to visit the Bath County Historical Society.

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