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Cacapon trails to bring economic benefit to West Virginia


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. (WV News) — A year after the completion of $25 million in renovations at the Cacapon Resort State Park lodge, the park was awarded $2.8 million to improve its mountain biking infrastructure.
The American Rescue Plan Act money will go toward completion of the bike trail system at Cacapon State Park, including for trail design and construction, and development of bike facilities, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced. The $2.8 million grant will be matched by $700,000 in local funds.
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