Audra State Park RV & Campground Guide

West Virginia

Audra State Park is a heavily wooded area in West Virginia that is divided by the Middle Fork River in southwestern Barbour County and Upshur County. The park is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast with its natural beauty of clear, clean waters of the Middle Fork River and its surroundings. The rock overhangs provide a picture-perfect backdrop and wonderful view of the popular rhododendron thickets and various pine, maple, and oak trees. This habitat is the home of many animals, including squirrels, white-tailed deer, and various bird species. Cities located near the state park are Buckhannon, Belington, and Philippi. 

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Spring 27-71 F
Summer 54-82 F
Fall 30-75 F
Winter 18-43 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Audra State Park

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Camp Morning Wood

Camp Morning Wood is a fairly new campground loaded with opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities. They are located on the Middle Fork River midway between Elkins and Buckhannon, about 1.8 miles off Route 33. The campground is a 50-amp full hookup RV facility with some sites located along the river. Hiking, biking, kayaking, tubing, and canoeing are a few activities campers can do here. Pets are also welcome. Set rates are $25 daily and $600 monthly. 

Smokey Bottom Campground

Smokey Bottom Campground is just about 23 miles from the state park. Each RV site offers frost-free city water, 30-amp and 50-amp electric, and sewer hookups. You'll have access to free Wi-Fi, a 1,000-foot native stream, and a woodland forest. This pet-friendly campground sits near local attractions such as Spruce Knob Lake, Seneca Caverns, and Gandy Dancer Theatre. RV sites start at $40 per night for a party of four.

Pegasus Farm Campground

Pegasus Farm Campground is nestled between the county airport and valley farmland on the western mountainside. Partial- and full-hookup RV sites are available in certain sections of the campground. The Chenowith Creek runs through the campground and has chubs, native trout, and smallmouth bass. RV rates start at $39.75 per night.

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What to Do at
Audra State Park

Inside Audra State Park

Inside Audra State Park, you'll have the chance to enjoy a relaxing picnic at your campsite or picnic shelter. Hiking in the park is easy when you follow the 2.7-mile Alum Creek and Cave Trail. It has a boardwalk that winds below the Alum Cave overhang for a spectacular view of the Middle Fork River. Take to the river for some water recreation such as fishing, boating, or swimming. Enjoy a bike ride along the trail, camp, or take part in a geocaching experience. 

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How to Get to
Audra State Park

Coming from Buckhannon, take US-33 East/US-48 East for 8.6 miles and then take a left onto Mount Nebo Road, which eventually becomes Handy Camp/Mount Nebo. Go for a little over a mile and then turn left onto CO Route 10. Follow it for about 1.6 miles and continue onto Swamp Run Road. Follow Swamp Run Road for 2.1 miles and then take a right onto Audra Park Road. Audra State Park will be on the left.

Entering Audra State Park

Audra State Park is open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Audra State Park Entry fee : $0.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Audra State Park

What kind of wildlife can be found in Audra State Park?

During your visit to Audra State Park, you should always be on the lookout for wildlife. Some of the creatures you may see include white-tailed deer, squirrels, and bird species like blue jays, American robins, northern cardinals, and many more.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Audra State Park?

Audra State Park's campground boasts 67 campsites for RVs, trailers, and tents. Of the camping spots, 13 of them are RV campsites with 30-amp electric hookups. The campground is open from April through October.

Is Audra State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

Based on an assessment by West Virginia University, the campground, picnic area, and park offices at Audra State Park are all considered accessible for the disabled. The main swimming hole, however, is not accessible for disabled visitors.

What is the climate of Audra State Park?

Audra State Park has moderately warm summers and very harsh winters. During summer, the temperatures range from 55 to 82 degrees, and the winters can drop as low as 18 degrees with heavy snowfall.

What is the best time of year to visit Audra State Park?

The ideal times to visit the park are between May and September. For activities like hiking, biking, picnicking, fishing, swimming, and boating, those months will provide the most pleasant conditions.