Maysville is surrounded by rolling hills and located on the beautiful Ohio River. Hunting, fishing, camping and boating are major pastimes. Many community activities including local community theatre, active art guild, annual triathlon, various festivals and more.
Service Area: [88,000]
Meadowview Regional Medical Center is a 100-bed, acute care facility that provides medical services to the people of Mason County and surrounding areas. A healthcare leader in the community, the hospital offers a host of services including: allergy, anesthesia, cardiac rehab, interventional cardiology, emergency medicine, endocrinology, family practice, gastroenterology, hospitalist, internal medicine, OB/GYN, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, otolaryngology, pathology, pediatrics, podiatry, pulmonary disease, rehabilitation, radiation oncology, radiology, sleep medicine, speech pathology, surgery, and urology.
Meadowview is fully accredited by The Joint Commission. The hospital has also earned Chest Pain Center accreditation from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care, the accrediting arm of the American College of Cardiology. Meadowview is proud to offer patients access to state-of-the-art technology including 64-slice CT, MRI, digital mammography, high-def surgical towers and scopes, tele-neurology and tele-nephrology.
To learn more, visit www.MeadowviewRegional.com
Founded in the early 1800s as a river town, Maysville is located along the banks of the Ohio River. Culturally rich, the city has plenty of opportunities to enjoy live local theatre, musical events and numerous programs supported by the local Arts Board. Maysville boasts an excellent quality of life, with an easy drive to Lexington for a UK game, or to Cincinnati for dinner and a Broadway show. The amenities of a larger metropolitan area – with the comforts and intimacy of a small city – southern hospitality and progressive leadership have made this city life much larger that its size. Maysville has a good school system, community and technical college, YMCA, full-service country club, boys and girls club and an active arts council.
Just south of Maysville is the charming frontier village of Old Washington, a living-history community of log cabins and other buildings dating from the 1700s, as well as shops and museums. Old Washington also offers numerous antique and gift shops, handcrafted silver jewelry, craft shops, custom picture framing and a historic tavern.
Maysville offers plenty of ways to enjoy the great outdoors. Many of the outdoor recreation opportunities are centered around the Ohio River. For the ATV, dirt bike and horseback riding enthusiast, there are numerous riding trails overlooking the Ohio River Valley or rolling through the surrounding hills. Riverboat rides on the Ohio River are another popular attraction. The Maysville Mason County Recreation Park offers swimming, tennis, softball leagues, croquet, miniature golf, fishing and more. The Paradise Breeze Family Entertainment Center is a popular swim club. You can enjoy lap swimming in a lap pool or just have a blast coming down either of two tube slides. Other highlights include Tadpole Island, Hidden Treasures Arcade, Strike Three Batting Cage, Thunder Road Go-Kart Track, Rainbow Cafe and Paradise Pavilion.
South of Maysville is the northern terminus of Daniel Boone National Forest includes more than 660,000 acres of mostly rugged terrain with steep forested ridges, narrow ravines and more than 3,400 miles of sandstone cliffs. Over six hundred miles of trails provide a quiet escape to remote places for hikers and horseback riders with winding rivers and gentle streams. The 269-mile Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail extends the entire length of the Daniel Boone National Forest.