Bluestone Wildlife Management Area offers visitors a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities on 17,632 acres. Being adjacent to Bluestone Lake, the state's second largest body of water, the area offers guests boating, canoeing and fishing opportunities. Hunting is offered due to the wildlife management area status, and Bluestone has over 330 primitive campsites and picnic sites. Avid fishermen can enjoy float fishing and stocked trout fishing in Indian Creek. Hiking and equestrian trails are also popular.
On July 8, 2013, 80 to 90 sites are open and available to rent of the 330 sites situated at Bluestone Wildlife Management Area. Recent heavy rains has created high water conditions on Bluestone Lake. It will be the week of July 15 before the campsites maybe fully open again.