W.Va. state parks offer escape from water crisis
West Virginia's state parks and state forests serve as major tourist attractions and travel destinations. Seven state park lodges across the state are offering $50 room rates any night in January. Image courtesy of West Virginia State Parks and Forests.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Do you want to escape the stress of the Elk River water crisis? Have you finally conquered those piles of laundry and dishes that couldn't be done during the contamination and need a break? Maybe the loads are still there and you don't have the strength deal with them yet, or you just want a long safe shower.
West Virginia State Parks may have just what you need, especially if you're a bit short on financial resources after the holidays. Seven state park lodges are offering $50 room rates for any night in January. They are:
Cacapon Resort, Berkeley Springs, 304-258-1022
Chief Logan Lodge, Logan, 304-855-6100
Hawks Nest, Ansted, 304-658-5212
North Bend, Cairo, 304-643-2931
Twin Falls Resort, Mullens, 304-294-4000
Tygart Lake, Grafton, 304-265-6144
Pipestem Resort, 304-466-1800