DAVIS, W. Va., August 10, 2016 – West Virginia’s Canaan Valley Resort State Park is offering discounts on rooms, cabins and activities for both active and retired members of the military.
Located in a 15-mile-long valley in West Virginia’s Allegheny Mountains, the resort is within an easy drive for travelers, including many active military personnel, in many locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest.
“We do like to honor our heroes, and we welcome military personnel throughout the year,” said Steve Drumheller, general manager of the Canaan Valley Resort. “Members of the armed services have always enjoyed the many activities and opportunities to relax that the state park offers.”
Active or retired military personnel receive a 15 percent discount on accommodations. Most recreational activity discounts are 20 percent during the week and 10 percent on weekends. Daily discounts for golf and sporting clays is 10 percent. Taxes and resort fee are extra, and some restrictions apply.
Military identification is required at time of payment. Reservations can be made online.
Guests will find several activities suitable for enjoying as a group or individually. Warm weather outdoor activities include hiking and biking trails, riding the ski area’s chairlift, geocaching, tubing the “Turtle Slide,” climbing wall and “Eurobungy” in summer.
The 18-hole championship golf course was designed by Geoffrey Cornish and is open April through October. Rated four stars by Golf Digest and named one of the top 10 courses in West Virginia, the course features four sets of tees and ranges from 5,966 to 6,984 yards long. The course is flat with 65 sand bunkers throughout and water on eight holes.
The resort’s newest outdoor activity is trap shooting with various packages providing shells, pigeons, safety equipment and instruction.