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West Virginia tourism projected to take off this summer with new sport: Kayaking


The West Virginia flatwater trail commission will now move forward connecting resources for the state’s 14 water trails, including 88 miles of waterway being developed for paddling, kayaking, and fishing.
“The flatwater trail commission has been in operation one year, and we’ve been reasonably successful — because nobody had ever really identified how many flatwater trails there were,” Commission president Bill Currey said.
New goals are in place for 2022, including the development of funding through the Legislature to provide more support and materials for the state’s water trails.
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