Fayette County, WV Center

Phone: center phone number coming soon!

Email: gro.e1593976544mohps1593976544a@ett1593976544eyaFV1593976544W1593976544

Physical Address: Midland Trail Community Center, 118 Church Street, Ansted, WV 25812  (map)

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ASPFayette

Please note: Parking space may be limited. If you are bringing extra vehicles for your group, please notify the staff in advance.


More information on your Fayette County, WV Staff coming soon!

Center Information

Sleeping Quarters: Air conditioned classrooms. You will need to bring your own air mattress or cot, pillow and sleeping bag.

Cafeteria/Kitchens: We will use the community center’s cafeteria and kitchen. It is a separate building from the sleeping quarters, but on the same property. It is also air conditioned.

Showers: There are six indoor showers. ASP worked with the community center this year to build them!

Recreation Space: There is a gym that ASP volunteers will have access to on specific days of the week when sports teams are not using it. The cafeteria also has ample space for indoor relaxation, and, Hawks Nest State Park is just down the road!

Closest Medical Facility: Summersville Regional Medical Center: 400 Fairview Heights Rd, Summersville, WV 26651


About the Community

County Info Sheet

For more on the tourism side, check out some highlights of the area here

History of ASP in the County: This is our first time back since 2014, and we are new to the town of Ansted. ASP has had an on and off presence in Fayette County for over 14 years.

Population: 43,521

Terrain: Mountainous, home to the New River Gorge National River.

County Seat: Fayetteville, WV

Major Employers: Adventure sports companies (rafting, mountain biking, hiking, climbing), Fayette County Board of Education, Mt. Olive Correctional Center, Plateau Medical Center, WV University Institute of Technology

Per Capita Income: $20,758

Percent Living Below Poverty Line: 22.3%

Interesting Facts: Fayette County is home to Hawks Nest State Park, Babcock State Park, and the New River Gorge National River & Bridge. Bridge Day is an event that occurs every October where they close down the New River Gorge Bridge and have a festival that includes people jumping off the bridge with parachutes. Fayette County has a deep history of coal mining, but tourism has taken a strong hold in recent years.