Hurricane evacuees from several states offered discount at Kentucky's state parks
The discounted rates will remain in effect through Sept. 14.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky State Parks has expanded a discount offer for Florida residents to people in other states fleeing Hurricane Irma.
State officials say anyone with a driver's license from Florida, Georgia, South Carolina or any state where evacuations have been ordered can get a 25 percent discount for rooms and cottages through Sept. 14.
The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center shows Hurricane Irma could make landfall in Florida Sunday morning. It's projected to travel up the east coast to Georgia and South Carolina.
Kentucky has 17 resort parks that include lodges and cottages, plus another 30 campgrounds across the state.
Call the park you are interested in to make a reservation and mention code PR25 for this offer.
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