May 23, 2011
Camden Park near Huntington now open weekends for its 108th season
The historic family-run Camden Park near Huntington is now open for its 108th season.
The Herald-Dispatch reports that West Virginia's only amusement park will be open 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays in May.
Tickets to the park are $21.99... Read More »
May 08, 2011
Camden Park opens for season
There are two certainties that you will experience when you drive through the west end of Huntington in the summer.
One is that you will be drawn to the mouth-watering smell of Heiner's fresh-baked bread. The other is that you will see hundreds of peop... Read More »
June 17, 2007
Summer marks 100th anniversary of Camden Park's Carousel
If you grow up in Huntington, a visit to Camden Park is somewhat inevitable. It's an institution that many children in the area have come to know and love. Just around the corner from the entrance of the park sits a park staple, the carousel.... Read More »
March 19, 2007
Camden Park receives money for marketing - Huntington Herald Dispatch
Camden Park now has more money to market the Tri-State amusement park attraction.
This week the West Virginia Commission approved matching advertising partnership applications totaling $2.3 million under the Cooperative Tourism Promotion Fund. Camden Park received $158,632.50 to help build a successful multi-year strategic marketing plan.
The amusement park plans to add more partners to its marketing campaign, which will highlight the heritage of the park.
May 08, 2006
Camden Park goes batty this year
Everything you ever wanted to know about bats you can find out at Camden Park.
No, we're not just talking about the creepy critters scaring the snocones out of you inside the park's historic Haunted House, we're talking about full-blown bat fever inside the new summer attraction, "Masters of the Night: The True Story of Bats."