Tu-Endie-Wei State Park
At the junction of the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers stands a monument which commemorates the frontiersmen who fought and died at the Battle of Point Pleasant. This battle was fought with Chief Cornstalk on October 10,1774, and is recognized as the decisive engagement in a proactive series of Indian wars. The name "Tu-Endie-Wei" is a Wyandotte word meaning "point between two waters." The historical park celebrating the 1774 Battle of Point Pleasant and Mansion House Museum that was built in 1796. There is no admission fee of visit this attraction in Mason County. Visit the park web link below for history, hours of operation and activities available.