Huntington, WV

Huntington proudly claimed the title of "America's Best Community" after being named the $3 million grand prize winner in the America's Best Communities competition in 2017.
Huntington, West Virginia is the perfect place to visit the beauty of the Appalachian Mountains. With more than 10 recreational parks located in Huntington, there’s a place for every outdoor activity! Families love Camden Park, an amusement park with more than 30 rides. Also home to Marshall University, Huntington sports revolve around the Thundering Herd athletics. Downtown Huntington features Pullman Square with restaurants, shops, a movie theater, and a stage for outdoor performances. Those looking for arts and history can visit the Huntington Museum of Art and the Museum of Radio and Technology.


With so much to do and see in the Greater Huntington Area - from golf courses, amusement parks to museums, historic sites, and performing arts - whether your trip is recreational or professional, your hardest decision will be where to go first.

Camden Park

Camden Park is a twenty-six-acre amusement park located near Huntington, West Virginia. Established in 1902 as a picnic spot by the Camden Interstate Railway Company, it is one of only thirteen trolley parks that remain open in the United States.

Getting there

Airlines serving Huntington, WV from Myrtle Beach International Airport