Tuesday, April 25, 2017

State parks to start charging admission

West Virginia state parks will begin requiring entrance passes of $2 per car at seven parks and forests as part of a pilot project to support the state parks system with maintenance and upkeep costs.  Additionally, there will be a $12 annual pass which will grant yearlong access to all state parks, including the seven which will soon be charging a fee.
Beginning Memorial Day weekend, passes will be required to enter Babcock State Park, Blackwater Falls State Park, Cacapon Resort State Park, Coopers Rock State Forest, Little Beaver State Park, Pipestem Resort State Park and Valley Falls State Park.

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