New WV State Parks coupon book available to purchase online and at park and forest gift shops

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A new West Virginia State Parks coupon book containing exclusive discounts on lodging, dining, activities and merchandise is now available to purchase online and at park and forest gift shops around the state.

The coupon book costs $25 and has an estimated value of $500 to $700 depending on the items selected or length of stay utilized with the coupons.

Discounts in the coupon book include the following:

  • 30% off a West Virginia State Parks stay
  • Book one Pipestem Peaks Zipline Tour, get one half off
  • 15% off any breakfast, lunch or dinner for two at the Lodge Restaurant at Tygart Lake State Park
  • 30% off one item at any West Virginia State Parks gift shop

“One of the greatest parts of vacationing in our state parks and forests is that it’s affordable and this coupon book is going to make trips even better,” said West Virginia State Parks Chief Brad Reed. “We hope the discounts in this coupon book will encourage folks to visit new places, try new activities and find even more reasons to enjoy our beautiful state parks and forests with their loved ones.”

Coupon books purchased online will be mailed within three business days after an order has been completed.

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