2940 County Road 144
South Point, OH 45680
Phone: (740) 894-1700
Fax: (740) 894-1710
Camden Park promises hours upon hours of fun for the whole family. While young children will find much to pique their interest at Kiddie Land, older visitors will relish the exhilarating rush offered by rides like the Big Dipper, the Rattler and the Flying Scooter. There are a variety of family-friendly rides and activities to enjoy as well including paddle-boating at Swan Lake and the Log Flume.
Museum of Radio & Technology, located on Florence Avenue is a museum which specializes in displays of radios and radio related exhibits. Some exhibits here include vintage radios displays, old radio television sets, amateur short wave radio sets and more.
Harveytown Park, located on Harvey Road, is a fun place to spend the day out in the sun. The place has picnic spots, one of which is accessible for wheelchair users, a water fountain, a grill and more.
Located on the 7th Avenue, New River Train Excursions is a museum which seeks to preserve the history of the railroads and trains in America. They also provide several rail trips and tours.
Ritter Park is a part of the Ritter Park Historic District and is one of the most prominent parks in the region. It has bagged a prominent place in national rankings of gardens and is the site of music festivals, car shows and treasure hunts. It is most popular for its Rose Garden and award-winning playground.
Marshall University, inaugurated by John Marshal, is known for its research facilities. The university was established in the year 1837 and, as such has a number of historic buildings, the most significant one being the main administrative building.
Altizer Park is a nice place to have some fun outdoors with the family. Located on Altizer Avenue, the park features a baseball field, a trampoline and a rocket ship structure for kids to play in.
Its easy to while away the hours surrounded by the greenery that abounds at Ashland's Central Park. Spend the day lounging by the shimmering pond, or watch a game of softball at the park's well-maintained diamonds. This park is best known as the venue of the Winter Wonderland of Lights - an annual event that brings the park to life with thousands of twinkling lights.
The Highlands Museum & Discovery Center offers an insight into the daily lives of the people of Eastern Kentucky at the turn of the century. A variety of exhibits and interactive displays set the stage for a day of discovery and wonder. Delve into not only the region's vast historic landscape, but also discover the rich culture that thrives here.
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.
The Mayo Mansion began its life in 1864 as a beautiful Victorian house that was known as the Gartrell-Hager House until it was purchased by Alice Jane Mayo, widow of the renowned entrepreneur and politician John Caldwell Calhoun Mayo. The house was remodeled and transformed into a magnificent mansion Beaux-Arts mansion by its new owner, incorporating materials brought over from Mayo's original home. This historic structure continues to stand even today and remains quite a stately sight to behold.
Sheltered beneath the cool shade of the whispering trees, Armco Park is a splendid place to reconnect with nature and spend some quality time with yourself. Keep an eye out for the Boyd County War Memorial as you explore the trails that make their way across the rolling landscape of Armco Park. The park also features shelters and playground equipment for kids to enjoy.