As you prepare your holiday shopping list, consider these suggestions from West Virginia State Parks and the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources. Whether you’re looking to make a major purchase or just want a little something to show someone you’re thinking of them, you’ll find gifts to fit any budget for the outdoor lover in your life.
A West Virginia State Parks Gift Card makes an ideal stocking stuffer or present you can tuck into a greeting card and drop in the mail. Featuring four different designs, the cards are available in amounts from $25 to $500. Gift cards can be used across the parks system and can be redeemed on lodge room stays, cabin and cottage rentals, camping, gift shop purchases, dining, golf green fees, golf season passes and more.
Anyone who hunts, fishes, or is just a lover of wildlife will enjoy the 2022 West Virginia Wildlife Calendar. The calendar features full-color paintings of state animal and fish species as well as brief descriptions of each animal, fishing facts, tips for enjoying the outdoors and articles about WVDNR projects.