Tag: Summersville Lake
  • June

    Hero of the month

    William “Cote” Womack is a Natural Resource Specialist Ranger here at Summersville Lake and was selected to be the June hero of the Month for the US Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District!
  • October

    Water Safety Event

    On Tuesday, October 12th, the Rangers of Summersville Lake instructed a class on water safety for over 240 5th grade students from around the local area, showing support for the Nicholas County 5th Grade Fun Run.
  • Summersville Volunteers Recognized for 2016 Flood Recovery Efforts

    In late June 2016, Summersville Lake reached its 2nd highest pool of record in history. The drainage basin received nearly 5-7 inches of rain in less than a 12 hour period. The entire project was evacuated, including a corps managed campground, a concessionaire campground, marina, day use areas in only about 6 hours as the lake elevation climbed 42 feet in the next 48 hours.
  • March

    Boundary Marking and Recovery Training

    The Huntington District’s Geospatial Section conducted training at the Summersville Lake Project for the marking and maintenance of the USACE Boundary Line.
  • August

    Summersville Lake Project Junior Ranger Program "Snakes of West Virginia"

    Summersville Lake Project wrapped up its 2017 Summer Junior Ranger Program with Roy Moose’s popular interpretive program, “Snakes of West Virginia". A retired school teacher, Mr. Moose, volunteers for the Cranberry Mountain Nature Center by delivering free live snake education programs in rural and urban communities throughout the eastern United States