Vacationers can now reserve cabins at West Virginia's state parks for just two nights instead of a full week.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources announced the change Monday.
Ken Caplinger is chief of the Parks and Recreation Section. He says officials have seen a growing interest in shorter-term rentals rather than the weeklong stays, which was the custom for decades. He says many parks already have offered special three- or four-night reservation packages, and officials decided to take it a step further for the rest of the summer.