Sutton Lake Houseboat Rentals
Sutton Lake is a beautiful, clear and clean freshwater lake in the Mountain Lakes Region of Central West Virginia. The lake is a Corps of Engineers Flood Control and Water Quality Project; the dam was completed in 1960 and the lake filled in 1961. One of Sutton Lake's most striking features is the more than 10,000 acres of public land which surrounds it. There are no commercial developments on the lake, and no houses either. Nothing but pristine water and green mountains as far as the eye can see. There are hundreds of coves and 44 miles of shoreline where you can spend the day or night in seclusion.
The lake is uncrowded with boat traffic, so water skiers, wake boarders, jet skiers, and tubers can find that elusive glass-like water for carving. The fishing also is great, more than 60 bass tournaments are held at Sutton Lake annually and crappie also are plentiful. Sutton Lake is an ideal location for those who love to fish and those groups who desire a wide variety of recreational options.