West Virginia opens parks to those fleeing Hurricane Dorian - West Virginia Strong

West Virginia offers refuge to hurricane evacuees

West Virginians are always there to help a neighbor, even if they don't live here. The state has opened its state parks to travelers seeking shelter from Hurricane Dorian, offering a 50 percent discount on park cabins, campsites and lodge rooms.

The parks are also waiving all pet fees for those traveling with pets during the event. Those seeking shelter from the storm can make reservations online at WVStateParks.com by using the promo code: DORIAN. Reservations can also be made by calling 1-833-WV-PARKS. The discount is valid through Monday, Sept. 9.

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