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Camden Park, Huntington

(2.4/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • Not much to do in the area but it is too expensive for what you get. $20 is outrageous. for $26 you can do Kings Island. I used to take my kids to Camden Park throughout the summers but since the pric...  more »
  • I had never been to Camden Park so I wanted to see it and ride the roller coaster. I went with friends. It was almost $20 to get in and if I wasn't with my friend's kids, I would have spent maybe an h...  more »
  • Nice, clean amusement park for all ages. Fun and games. Don't leave without getting a corn dog! Benches for sitting or rides for riding. Great place to enjoy the day with both young and old. Putt Putt...  more »
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  • ive never heard of Camden park till 2012 then I took my kids there they loved it an still do, this year we haven't went but only cause I work there now this past summer has been pretty cool, I just moved back to the area in November and was looking for work got the job at Camden park I'm one of 3 guy that run the log flume, I come in with a smile on my face and stay smiling until some one is rude to me cause ive asked them to stay behind the line or not sit on the rails, people please it's for your safety I don't make the rules I'm just an employee that has to inforce them and people always getting mad at me cause I let people with disability's get on at the exit, anyways now ive been on both side its a cool little park with a lot of history. an I love history so I'm do a couple little videos of it on my youtube channel daddygville vlogs called the first 113 years will be on there soon
  • I 've been going to this place since I was a child. I was very disappointed in the fact that my handicapped son couldn't enjoy it like other children. He could get on some rides but I wasn't allowed on it with him. He needs total assistance and my getting on with him would have allowed him to enjoy more and also be safe. The gentleman that was in charge of the log ride was kind enough to let my son go ahead of others. That was the best part of the whole day. There should be a way of including handicapped children! Don't know that we will go back.
  • This place is absolutely the best :) my children love coming here. It holds nothing but fond memories for myself and my family. This place makes me feel like a kid again!!!
  • Around last year I came with my school Carter Christian, and the employee running the Haunted House ride was extremely rude to me and my friends. I asked a simple question, "Is there any real people in there?" Because I had never been on it, the employee replied "Yes." So I got out of line and after that my friends heard him call me a "Wuss." and my friends tried to get me to get back on but I didn't want to because of what he said, and my friends were about to get on and it was their turn to get on and he screamed "STAY BEHIND THE LINE." and they stood there and he stood there and then after a few seconds my friends asked "Can we get on now?" and the employee said "Yes, you could've gotten on this whole time." I hope this employee no longer works at the park, but I still love the park because I have gone since I was 4 or 5, maybe even younger.
  • Camden Park is an amusement park, if you can somehow find it amusing, that looks like an abandon apocalyptic wasteland. It's a county fair from the 50's that never closed. This place is a joke for multiple reasons. 1. The admission price online for all ages was $16.49, which is a discount and I still feel ripped off. Especially since the main attraction, The Big Dipper, which is a wooden roller coaster about to crumble, was closed all day. 2. The only thrilling part of the rides is the fact that they are so old and seldom looked after, that you feel as though you could be seriously injured or killed on all of them. Some rides like the haunted house are literally stopped by hand. The control panels for the rides could be understood and controlled by an infant. Big button that says "GO," and one that says "STOP." None of the employees care about the safety of the rides, nor do they even know how to inspect them. This place is a death trap. 3. 75% of the employees that work there are the rudest, and most stereotypical depiction of a West Virginia hillbilly I've seen at an amusement park. The guy working the whip actually walked past my cart and said, "I hate my job." Also, when asking some guys at the food stall to make change out of a dollar, they looked at me as if I was crazy. They kept saying, "Change?" and "Quarters?" I was blown away at their ignorance. 4. The amount of things to do here is pitiful. They have a bunch of hand-me-down rides from real amusement parks and old county fairs. No joke. Kings Island literally gave Camden Park a loop from an old ride they didn't want in the 80's. Look it up. Within two hours I had done everything there is to do. And the "arcade," is literally an air hockey table that hardly works, some skee-ball, and some sega shooting game. 5. The rides go on FOREVER, and they are all a slightly different variant of the same premise, which is go around in a circle for 5 minutes until you feel sick and physically in pain. So not only are you gonna be disappointed and pissed off when you leave, but also physically ill! In conclusion, just stay away from this embarrassing eyesore. It's not cute, it's pathetic. Don't take your kids here either thinking is geared towards kids, because it's not even thrilling at that age and i'd be more concerned with their safety there than on the craziest coasters in the world. Save your money and make the trip to Kings Island or Cedar Point. You'll spend a lot more money, but you will actually get what you paid for and have a great time.