Recreation in Huntington, West Virginia

Recreation In Huntington, West Virginia


Recreation in Huntington, West Virginia

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Huntington is home to eleven parks located in the neighborhoods of Huntington. An amusement park is also adjacent to the city.

Amusement parks

Camden Park

Huntington is also home to Camden Park, the state's only remaining amusement park. It features numerous children attractions and The Big Dipper, its primary roller-coaster. Camden Park is located just west of the Westmoreland neighborhood in Wayne County along US 60.

City parks

Altizer Park

Located in the Altizer area of Huntington at the eastern most end of Altizer Avenue.It has a baseball field adjacent to it. It also features a trampoline and an orange rocket ship for children to play on.

Camp Mad Anthony Wayne

Camp Mad Anthony Wayne is located on Spring Valley Drive. Named for "Mad" Anthony Wayne, who was a frontier army general, it contains vast open grounds, swings and sliding boards, hiking trails, a disc golf course, numerous picnic tables, an open campfire circle, and a lodge. The facility sleeps 28 and contains a bathroom and shower facilities. It is host to two large wood-fired fireplaces.

Part of the park was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. The eight historic buildings are the camp lodge building (1931), four nearly identical gable roofed, stone, rustic vernacular cottages dated to 1942; a gable-roofed, stone, rustic vernacular caretaker's house and two associated outbuildings, dated to 1944. The camp lodge building...
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