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These 7 State Parks in West Virginia Still Won’t Cost You A Dime

West Virginians got a scare this past week when it was announced that some of our state parks might be charging an entrance fee. The fee would have only been $2 per car, but that may have still been enough to deter some visitors. However, the controversial decision was overturned by Governor Jim Justice, who announced that all of the parks would continue to remain free to the public.

Check out which parks you’ll still be able to visit for free.

Now these parks are remaining free, there’s no reason not to check them out this spring and summer!

For more fun and free things to do in West Virginia, check out this list of 18 free activities.

Rachel Whetstone
Rachel is proud to live in wild and wonderful West Virginia. She enjoys nature walks, photography, and discovering new restaurants all around the state.