W.Va. state parks extend deadline on holiday gift cards

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W.Va. state parks extend deadline on holiday gift cards
Glade Creek drops through a snowy hollow below at Babcock State Park. (Photo courtesy Rick Burgess)

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia state parks are extending a promotion that rewards shoppers for purchasing state park gift cards until 11:59 p.m. eastern standard time on Dec. 21, 2022.

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The deal is valid only on gift cards purchased online at and rewards shoppers who buy gift cards in select amounts from $25 to $400 by adding an extra amount to the card balance, according to Brad Reed, chief of the state park system.

  • Purchase a $25 gift card, and an extra $5 will be added to the card balance.
  • Purchase a $50 gift card, and an extra $10 will be added to the card balance.
  • Purchase a $100 gift card, and an extra $20 will be added to the card balance.
  • Purchase a $200 gift card, and an extra $45 will be added to the card balance.
  • Purchase a $300 gift card, and an extra $65 will be added to the card balance.
  • Purchase a $400 gift card, and an extra $100 will be added to the card balance.

Reed said an offer code is not required at checkout. The additional amount will automatically be added to each gift card after orders are placed.

“West Virginia State Park gift cards are perfect for anyone who enjoys outdoor recreation or just spending time in nature,” Reed said.

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“With this special promotional offer, you get a little extra while giving your loved ones the gift of Almost Heaven.”

W.Va. State Parks gift cards are redeemable at any state park or forest any time of the year and can be used on lodge rooms, cabin, and cottage rentals, campsite reservations, golf season passes, gift shop purchases, and meals at park restaurants. Gift cards purchased by Dec. 18 should arrive by Christmas. Placing an order as early as possible is recommended.

Details about the promotion can be found at .

West Virginia’s state parks and forests are vacation destinations for more than seven million people yearly. Including 35 parks, nine forests, and three rail trails, the state park system is managed by the W.Va. Division of Natural Resources, a division of the West Virginia Department of Commerce.

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