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Audra State Park

Audra State Park Road
304-457-1162

Before the turn of the century, West Virginians were drawn to the natural beauty of the Middle Fork River and its surroundings. This area is now Audra State Park, a heavily wooded riverside campground that continues to awe visitors.

The park located in Barbour and a portion of Upshur County, attracts families that enjoy the outdoors to hike, camp and picnic.  The water of the Middle Fork River and the rock overhang of the Alum Cave are favorite photo backdrops.

A seasonal area to visit, Audra State Park has been one of West Virginia's treasures since 1948.  Visit Audra State Park every chance you get.



Reviews

Catherine Anzaldua

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Friday, June 1, 2018
This is a great family friendly place to take the kids. We are from Texas here for the pipeline and we were looking for a place to get in the water on a hot day and we definitely found it. The scenery was beautiful and when we went there was a lot of kids and toddlers so we felt a little out of place. There is NO alcohol allowed which was very disappointing to us, because that’s how the boys wanted to spend their day off drinking and relaxing. After spending a couple hours there we realized why there was no alcohol allowed, clearly it was a very family oriented place but the rocks and rapids are very dangerous even sober. However, we did have a good time and I do recommend the place! They have a small park there was a family having a birthday party and there was a path that people were jogging. We only explored the water but it looked like there was a lot more to it.

Jessica Bennett

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Monday, July 9, 2018
Beautiful park, clean facilities, and adequate parking. Great place to take the family or friends for a swim and/or picnic. There is only 1 bathroom for the beach area, and no bathrooms by the picnic area. Other than that, the kids had a great time.

Melissa Anne Sheffey-Huffman

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Audra State Park was an instant all-time favorite. When your go don’t forget your water shoes. You will peer into the waters to the bottom clearly seeing beauty of the rocks .Their beauty is equal to the discomfort of navigating them barefoot. Getting back to nature has never been easier. 45 minutes from Clarksburg awaits your escape to , rest or play. Family fun picnics, swimming, rafting, camping , and hi king. Free to swim, electric camp sites available river side or just behind. Register to camp for as low as $24 a night. Enjoy your time, I promise you won’t want to leave .

Nari Soundarrajan

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Saturday, June 30, 2018
Beautiful state park. Get in early in the morning before 930-10am in my opinion to enjoy the beauty in little quiet. It gets real busy after 1230pm. Esp on river.

Kathy Malone

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Friday, May 25, 2018
I love it here, have been going for like 20 years, but it's really changed more large campers, not as many renters.. Kinda sad. Bring what u need the little store on sight doesn't carry anything, u have to drive out.. But still love it.. Great family place

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