Krodel Park is a 44-acre complex owned and operated by the City of Point Pleasant, WV.
The Campground, open from April 1 through October 31, has full hookups available at 62 sites. All 58 have concrete runners and a patio with picnic table. A private bathhouse is in the camping area. Limited RV supplies and souvenirs are available at the office. Laundry facilities are available. Caution, high water pressure.
Fishing: State licensing laws must be met by fishermen. The 22-acre lake is stocked each year by the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources. Trout, Bass, and Blue Gill are all caught in the lake. Handicap access dock is provided on the West side of the lake.
Paddleboats for rent, mini golf, picnic area, playground for kids
Point Pleasant River Museum
Take a trip in our working model of an old steamboat pilot house.
Come and experience our exhibits of the Silver Bridge disaster which includes a video, models and artifacts from the originial bridge.
Research river history and lore in the library.
hours of operation:
Saturdays 11am-4 pm
$3 for adults and $1 for kids
Fort Randolph at Krodel Park
Fort Randolph at Krodel Park in Point Pleasant ws officially dedicated by WV Governor Arch Moore on 10-10-1974 on the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Point Pleasant.
It was originally built in 1776 at the poin where the Ohio and the Kanawha Rivers Meet. It was a well known outpost throughout the colonies and stood to prevent attacks on the colonies from the west during the first three years of the American Rev.
It also played a significant role to prevent an Indian Alliance with the British during the American Rev.
Visit the Fort Randolph Museum and get a close up look at the many artificats on display.