BUCKHANNON, W.Va. -- Audra State Park is still recovering from damage caused by superstorm Sandy.
Superintendent Jon Teets says the storm hit the park in Barbour County hard on Oct. 29, 2012. Work to remove downed trees and brush is expected to continue into the fall.
Employees of other state parks helped Audra's staff clear roads and trails during the winter and early spring. The state hired Davey Tree Service to cut and remove trees and brush at both Audra and Holly River State Park in Webster County.
Teets says the campground has reopened and most campsites will be available.