W.Va. state park crews still cleaning up after Sandy
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia's state park crews are digging out of snow, clearing roadways and restoring electric and telephone service following widespread damage caused by superstorm Sandy.
The state Division of Natural Resources said the aftermath of the storm continues to create problems at three of West Virginia's favorite state parks.
Blackwater Falls and Canaan Valley Resort, in Tucker County, are dealing with power outages. Park officials hope to resume operations by sometime next week.
Crews at Holly River State Park, in Webster County, are cutting through downed trees to create access to the park for additional assistance.
Those planning to visit a state park should call the location directly for current conditions or check the West Virginia State Parks website at www.wvstateparks.com.