West Virginia State Parks

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Jim Justice announced that West Virginia State Parks will be offering a 50 percent discount on all lodge rooms, cabins, and campsites to those seeking shelter from Hurricane Dorian.
West Virginia State Parks is also waiving all pet fees for those traveling with pets.
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These are just a few of the opportunities that West Virginia State Parks has to offer.
Rustic cabins in peaceful wooded settings and modern ones near pristine lakes and rivers are also offered at many West Virginia state parks. Blackwater Falls State Park, set amid the Allegheny Mountains and near the Monongahela National Forest, has a lodge, cabins, campsites, horseback riding, and scenic overlooks.
Camping is one of the most popular activities at state parks and forests, so making all campsites reservable on the parks website simplifies the reservation process for our guests, said Sam England, chief of the West Virginia State Parks system.
Eight West Virginia State Parks will host Farm-to-Table dinners this summer to promote the use of locally grown produce and food products at park restaurants.
27 and are hosted by the West Virginia Department of Agriculture (WVDA), West Virginia Farmers Market Association (WVFMA), West Virginia Department of Natural Resources (WVDNR) and West Virginia state parks system.
West Virginia state parks are proud to take part in this project to promote locally produced food items in our state park restaurants, said WVDNR Director Stephen McDaniel.
Director McDaniel continued, With the passage of this legislation we can create wildlife habitats, build additional hiking trails and develop additional recreational amenities to offer to our visitors at West Virginia State Parks.
The West Virginia state parks systems staff is excited to be working with the instructors and students from our vocational and technical schools, said West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Director Stephen McDaniel.

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