PIPESTEM (AP) — Pipestem Resort State Park is revising its camping reservation policy and launching an online reservation system.
Campers will be able to reserve campsites a year in advance, either online, or by telephone or mail. Under the existing policy, the park began accepting mail-in reservations in mid-February, followed by a phone-in and call-in process.
West Virginia State Parks district administrator Paul Redford says the changes will make the reservation system more camper-friendly.
The changes are effective Nov. 1.