About Point PleasantPoint Pleasant is in a growing resort area near the confluence of the Kanawha and Ohio rivers. It is said that when George Washington surveyed this area in the 1740s, he referred to it as the Pleasant Point.
A reconstruction of Fort Randolph, the best known of the town's forts, is in Krodel Park and is open during special events. The 44-acre park also contains campsites and a playground, and allows fishing; phone (304) 675-6788, (304) 675-1068 or (304) 857-1490 for the campground.
The 11,772-acre Chief Cornstalk Public Hunting and Fishing Area, southeast of town, is accessible via a hard-surfaced road that branches west off SR 35 near Southside; phone (304) 675-0871.
Visitor Centers Mason County Area Chamber of Commerce 305 Main St. Point Pleasant, WV 25550. Phone:(304)675-1050
Things to Do C.F. McClintic Wildlife Management Area
Point Pleasant, WV
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