Join us on the first Saturday in December to learn about Colonial and Early American Christmas traditions! The fort will be open from 10:00 am-3:00 pm to the public.
Drive-thru around Krodel Park and view the unique, animated light displays. New additions each year.
Kickstarter event on Sept. 14. The Mothman Festival is an annual gathering commemorating the visit of the mysterious entity known
The Belle of Cincinnati will travel on the beautiful Ohio River. A delicious buffet-style meal will be served. Local singer Joey Wilcoxen will entertain. The cruise is 2.5 hours long, leaving the Point Pleasant Riverfront Park at 7 pm. Photographer is available. Handicap accessible. Tickets are $50 Adults; Children 4-12, $25 and must be purchased in advance at the
Friday, Steve Moakler (7:30 pm) & Travis Tritt (9:30 pm) ; Saturday, Muscadine Bloodline (7:30 pm) and Chase Rice (9:30 pm)
Main Street Car Show. Hot rods and classic cars line the streets from Riverfront Park up to Viand Street. You might see a modern Jaguar XKR, a 1930’s Ford Pickup, to modern muscle cars and nearly everything in between. There was something for everyone.
Riverboat Cruise ride on the American Queen
Come join us to speak to costumed reenactors and celebrate an 18th century style Independence Day.
Annual free festival that features Nashville entertainment, river events, parade, 5K run, pageants, and more.
For those interested in reenacting, or those wanting to polish their personas. Contact: Deb Cassidy, firstname.lastname@example.org
See demonstrations and learn about frontier life skills in the Fort and nearby Indian Village. Outdoor Drama on Saturday. Schedule: Friday, May 18 – School tours, 9 am to 2 pm; Gates close at 5 pm. Saturday, May 19 – Demonstrations 9 am to noon; Trade blanket shopping 9 am to 11 am; Flag Raising Ceremony, 10 am; Magistrate Court, 12:30 pm; “The Siege of Fort Randolph: The Death of Cornstalk” Outdoor Drama, 2 pm; Running of the Gauntlet at the Indian Village, 3 pm; Auction, 4 pm. Gates close at 5 pm. Sunday, May 20 – Gates open at 9 am; Church services, 10 am. Gates close at 2 pm. Gift shop is open during Fort hours. General Admission is $3, Children 6 and under free.
Ticket price is $35 and includes dinner, entertainment, and door prizes (valued over $3,000). Limited number of tickets being sold. Dinner is served at 6:30PM and includes: Baked steak, green beans, mashed potatoes/gravy, broccoli casserole, Church of God salad, homemade rolls, coconut cream pie or cherry pie, coffee, tea, and lemonade. 1937 FLOOD BAND performs at 7:30PM
Drive-thru this light display to view over 3 million lights on every tree, shrub and building at the WV State Farm Museum. Visit with Santa Claus nightly and enjoy free hot chocolate and cookies for the kids in the Country Kitchen. Gift Shop open. No admission. Donations accepted.
Fort Randolph's reenactors invite you to join them for a frontier Christmas celebration. Gingerbread cookies and punch are just the beginning of a frontier Christmas feast. Colonial entertainment with music, singing, dancing and story telling follows dinner. Don your colonial best and celebrate the Christmas season at Fort Randolph.
Drive through over 30 unique animated light displays and over a million lights throughout Krodel Park from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. nightly. Santa Claus, Santa's Workshop, a 20 foot Windmill, Pirate Ship, Dragon in the Lake, Gingerbread Men, Angels, Santa's Band and many more including the infamous Mothman. New additions every year. No admission. Donations only.
Come and join Mason County's farm community for an evening of fun at the WV Farm Museum's Antique Tractor Pull and other activities. Country Kitchen and Gift Shop open.
Family games, 18th century ghost tales, cider making.
Battle Days is the Commemoration and Memorial of the Battle of Point Pleasant October 10, 1774 between the Virginia Militia and Shawnee confederation of tribes under Chief Cornstalk at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. Friday: School tours, frontier craft demonstrations and encampment. "History in the Round" with historical reenactors in the evening. Saturday: Parade 11am. Re-enactors frontier encampment, crafts, music and food. Colonial Ball in the evening. Sunday: Memorial Services. Full schedule TBA.
Come and join paranormal enthusiasts from all over the world at the 16th Annual Mothman Festival, as the small town of Point Pleasant, transforms into one of the largest Paranormal Conventions in the east to celebrate the Mothman Legend. Disney has Mickey and we have Mothman. He's the most popular attraction roaming around at our festival. Make sure you get in on a little selfie time during your visit. Outstanding live entertainment in the Riverfront Park, Mothman Research Center and Museum tours, Mothman movies and documentaries, TNT bus tours, paranormal crafters, vendors, authors and investigators. Mothman eyewitnesses. Saturday night TNT hayrides into Mothman country. Face painting, Zip Lines, Horse drawn wagon rides. Cosplay characters, Ghostbusters, Men In Black, Big Foot and many more characters. Family fun at a festival you have never experienced before. The World's only Mothman Festival.
Come and join Mason County's farm community for an evening at an Antique Tractor Pull. Country Kitchen and Gift Shop open.
Come and join Mason County's river community for a tribute to the men and women who work on the river. Tow boat tours and rides. Line throw and Corn Hole contests. Maritime exhibits and children's games. Sternwheeler Parade. Fireworks Saturday night. Outstanding food and family entertainment on the Ohio River.
The World's Only Mothman Museum presents the first ever Mothman Geo Trail. A series of 12 caches all relating to the Mothman legend. Activities all day! Giveaways, games, and an introduction to caching seminar for those who have never been geocaching. If you haven't geocached, you can get a little education on it and some help from experienced cachers. Friday evening Welcome Party at the Riverfront Park. Saturday morning Meet and Greet at the Mothman Statue. Mothman Geo Trail contest starts at noon. Saturday evening awards in the Riverfront Park. Register at www.mothmangeotrail.eventbrite.com.
A parade of farm tractors start at 9 a.m. from the WV State Farm Museum to Downtown Point Pleasant and back. The parade is followed by tractor games and equipment demonstrations. Farm Museum Country Kitchen and Gift Shop open.
The Point Pleasant River Museum is bringing back an evening to remember, reminiscent of the days of the early excursion boats. As the Belle of Cincinnati travels on the beautiful Ohio River, a delicious buffet-style meal will be served and the well-known local singer, Joey Wilcoxon, will be entertaining, furnishing music for dancing or just listening. The cruise is 2 1/2 hours long, leaving the dock at Point Pleasant's Riverfront Park at 7 p.m. Guests need to board by 6:30 p.m. Photographer is available for pictures. Boat has four decks, two of which are accessible by elevator, and one is walk-on. Handicap accessible to wheelchairs and scooters. Tickets are $50.00 for adults and children ages 4-12 are $25.00.
Join the Mason County farm community for a good old fashioned Antique Tractor Pull. Farm Museum Country Kitchen and Store open.
We provide free concerts during the three day weekend free of charge. Do not miss your chance to see up-and-coming Nashville acts, tribute bands, and local artist grace the Riverfront Park stage at NO COST to you. The parade will be on July 1 at 11 a.m. Line will be at 10 a.m. at the Board of Education Office (Central School) on Main Street. July 1st : Parade 11 a.m.; Fireworks 10 p.m. 5K Run; Pageants; Pretty Bay Contest; Free Concerts; Kids Day with free games and activities. Fireworks Saturday evening. The Regatta is an alcohol-free event.
1st Annual Backyard BBQ Cook-off and Bike Tour of Mason County. Enjoy some of the area’s best home cookin’, live music, and take a ride through the beautiful countryside of Mason County. Bike rides - 42 mile, 20 mile and 6 mile options. BBQ Cook-off - BBQ teams $50.00, ride and eat $25.00, taste and vote $5.00. Presented by Point Pleasant Parks and Recreation and Point Pleasant Bike Trail.
Come join the Mason County farm community for an Antique Tractor Pull. Farm Museum Country Kitchen and Gift Shop open.
Ladies' Hat/Accessories Seminar 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Fort Randolph reenactors kick off the Spring with the first of the 2017 monthly seminars on colonial living. This one is for the ladies. Materials furnished. Learn about 1700's frontier fashion.
Do you like riding your bike, smoking meats, or eating great food? Or eating BBQ while riding your bike? (We won't judge). If so, then Point Pleasant is the place to be on June 9th for our second annual "Bikes & BBQ." We will have select routes for cyclists of all levels and a backyard BBQ cook off to prove that your ribs and/or chicken are the best around. Select from four tour routes; 43 mi, 26 mi, 20 mi (flat spur), 6 mi bike rides. Riders: Preregister at TriStateRacer.com here: https://www.tristateracer.com/event.php?RaceID=9918. Entry includes the ride and a T-shirt! Information for BBQ Competitors and full event details can be found here: http://bikepointpleasant.wixsite.com/bikepointpleasant/bikesbbq. Also, look us up on Facebook, @bikepointpleasant!
Fall tractor pull. Free to spectators. Country Kitchen and Country Store open.