Audra State Park

Buckhannon, West Virginia 26201

Audra State Park

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"This may be the prettiest campground in the state.

Audra was once logged. Loggers built a tram road along the river and this track is now used as the trail to Alum Cave. There is an overhanging bluff here and other scenic overlooks. Continue past Alum Cave and the trail makes a 2.7-mile loop back to the park’s picnic area. Another trail, the Rock Cliff Trail, leaves the campground and climbs the bluffs behind the campsites. Kids like to play in the Middle Fork right at the campground, or tube from the campground downstream to the swimming beach. Spring brings kayakers testing their skills on the Middle Fork from Audra to the confluence with the Tygart Valley River, which then descends into a deep gorge."

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RESTRICTIONS:  Pets: On leash only  Fires: In fire grates only  Alcohol: Prohibited  Vehicles:  Other: 14 day stay limit

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