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HUNTINGTON — People wanting a nice place to rest and relax while enjoying a view of the Ohio River are in luck.

Employees with the Greater Huntington Park & Recreation District have spent the past few days installing new bench swings along the pathway at Harris Riverfront Park in Huntington.

The riverfront park also offers a waterfront amphitheater, a playground and a section of the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health. It is just one of several parks overseen by the Greater Huntington Park & Recreation District, which also manages trails, facilities, events and activities in the Huntington area.

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