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Audra State Park is named after a small community around the remains of a gristmill in the early 19th century. A gristmill spillway still sits in the river. The Middle Fork River divides the hilly park. The park is a secondary forest area. Campers, both local and foreign, college students swim in the deep pools and take a dip in the riverside beach. Kayaking is also a sport in this state park. For people who loves outdoor recreational facilities the State Park is the place to be. The wooded forest is a sight to behold.

Alum Cave offers an awesome view. Alum Cave is the focal point of the park. It can be reached thru a boardwalk that is erected along a ledge made of sandstone. The West Virginia University assessed the accessibility of the boardwalk and found the camping area, the picnic ground and the administrative offices to be really accessible, even to the disabled. The camping area of the state park offers 67 trailer and trailer sites, including 2 bath houses with modern amenities. A picnic shelter is provided with electric hook-up water and a huge grill.
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