Here are some Helpful Tips as Hurricane Florence approaches
As Hurricane Florence approaches, it’s important to take precautions to ensure everyone’s safety. For the latest news, check with these accounts:
West Virginia State Parks is offering a 55% discount on available lodge parks, cabins and campsites for those fleeing Hurricane Florence. The offer is available through Tuesday, Sept. 18. Leashed pets are allowed in campgrounds. Pet-friendly cabins and lodge rooms available, but are subject to availability. Book online at wvstateparks.com or call 1-833-WV-PARKS.
If you need additional help finding lodging, please feel free to call 1-800-CALL-WVA for assistance. Click here to see more lodging options, including hotels, bed & breakfasts, and more across the state.
Welcome Centers across the state are staffed to accommodate travel questions and needs.
WV Department of Transportation
Incident List: here.
Road Conditions: here.
National Alerts: here.
Governor Jim Justice and the WV Department of Transportation has suspended road work on I-77 NB. However, traffic may persist so drivers are urged to explore alternate routes.
Alternate Route 1: US 460 E /US 219 N to I-64 W
Take Exit 9 in Princeton; follow US 460 East to US 219 North. Take US 219 North to I-64 West. Follow I-64 West to I-77 North.
Alternate Route 2: I-81 N / US 460 E / US 219 N / I-64 W
In Wytheville, VA, take I-81 North to exit 118 B in Christiansburg. Take US 460 West toward West Virginia. Take US 219 North to I-64 West. Follow I-64 West to I-77 North.
Alternate Route 3: I-81 N / I-64 W
In Wytheville, VA, take I-81 North to Lexington. In Lexington, take I-64 West into West Virginia. Follow I-64 West to I-77 North.
This post was last updated on March 17, 2022