CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A bond sale will help expand and improve facilities at Cacapon Resort State Park in Morgan County.
The state Economic Development Authority on Thursday approved minor changes to a resolution that helps clear the way for next month's sale of more than $24 million in bonds.
The project includes an 80-room addition with a fitness area, an indoor-outdoor pool and a sauna, along with improvements to the park's 18-hole golf course.
The Legislature last year allowed the sale of up to $52 million in bonds for improvements at Cacapon and Beech Fork state parks.
The authority stipulated that any leftover revenue generated by the bond sale for Cacapon can be applied to improvements at Beech Fork in Wayne County.