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32 Camden Park www.camdenpark.com 1.866.8CAMDEN 5000 Waverly Road Huntington Open May - September Camden Park is a 26-acre amusement park located in Huntington offering over 30 rides and attractions for the whole family. Camden Parks Kiddie Land features nine rides for guests 48 and under including the historic Carousel Handcars Kiddie Whip Kiddie Boats Kiddie Rockets the Umbrella Ride and Pony Carts. Camden Park can cater picnics for groups of 30 - 5000 making your next gathering unique and fun CSX Railroad Station 10th Street and 7th Avenue Downtown Huntington A statue of the citys founder Collis P. Huntington is located here. The statue was sculpted by noted artist Gutzon Borglum who created Mt. Rushmore. Heritage Farm Museum Village www.heritagefarmmuseum.com 304.522.1244 3300 Harvey Road Huntington Open Monday - Saturday 10 am - 3 pm Celebrate Appalachian heritage through the museums of progress transportation industry and heritage at Heritage Farm Museum Village. Learn from the past appreciate the present and dream for the future at this beautiful Appalachian treasure. Stay in one of the log cabins during your trip and experience the peaceful country charm. Also enjoy the country store blacksmith schoolhouse church childrens activity museum and farm petting zoo. Meeting facilities and guided tours are also available. Heritage Farm Museum Village - featured on the Historys Channels Hatfields McCoys Documentary and on American Pickers ATTRACTIONS 32 Smithsonian Affiliate