3325 US 60 E.
Huntington, WV 25705
Phone: (304) 525-7001
Fax: (304) 525-7225
Since 1903 historic Camden Park, West Virginia's only amusement park, has been entertaining tri-state residents with 24 rides, including a Kiddieland, roller coasters and log flume ride.
Shelter has 14 tables to accommodate 55-60 people, bathrooms, playground and two grills.
Downtown Huntington's former B & O Railway Station, this architectural award winning complex contains the famous Station Restaurant, authentic locomotive, a renovated Pullman Car, attractive plaza, unique shops, the City's first bank once robbed by the James Gang.
Step back in time at this farm museum and village which preserves and recreates our Appalachian heritage and culture. The museum is comprised of more than 12 buildings, including four restored log cabins. A late 1800's log barn houses three floors of collections and display such as antique washing machines, farm implements, cooking, woodworking, spinning and weaving, etc. The village portrays community life with its display of antique cars, blacksmith shop, meeting house, steam engine and much more. Group meeting facilities also available. Guided tours by reservation.
Dedicated to those lost in World War I, this picturesque arch and adjacent tree line park affords visitors and picnickers alike pleasurable opportunities. The facilties a playground and picnic shelter.
Historic home of Brigadier General Albert Gallatin Jenkins, C.S.A. and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this plantation was home to a large number of African-Americans prior to the Civil War.
Located on 9.9 acres ( 4.0 hectares) of land, the First Presbyterian Church is a historic structure. Known for it's melodious choir singers and beautiful events organised by the church to gather the kids of the parish and bring them together and teach them the values of the gospel and the church and to learn to love and worship the Lord. This church was listed as a National Historic Place in the year 1973.
"One of the first built specifically for "talking" motion pictures," this historic Art Deco-style theater has been restored with many of its original fixtures and furnishings. The Paramount is home to a non-profit agency that offers about 120 performing arts performances a year to the community.
The renowned United Methodist Church in Louisa, Kentucky is a historic church. Built in 1850, the ancient church site carries immense monumental value. It is famously listed on the National Register of Historic Places since November 1984. The church building is a eloquent example of the Gothic Revival style of architecture. Constructed on a land cover of less than one acre, the site strives hard to inculcate faith, religion, spirituality and love in all worshipers.