Min Love is a quaint, half-acre municipal park in Rice's Landing.
Incorporated in 1903, Rice's Landing is a town in rural Greene County rich in history including the Rice's Landing Historic District which is composed of 63 buildings, five structures and four archaeological sites. This integrated community is dominated by vernacular buildings of one to two stories dating from the Mid-Victorian to Craftsman period. Through the small scale vernacular buildings, the preserved riverfront, and the geological setting, this district has retained its integrity as a river port from the mid-to-late 19th century and the railroad/coal era of the early 20th century.
Min Love Park sits along the scenic Monongahela River adjacent to a former river lock (once used to rise and lower boats) and the two oldest standing caretaker dwelling for any lock structure in the U.S.
Guests of the park enjoy a gazebo, picnic tables, benches, playground and boat dock.
Daily, dawn to dusk.
Free, on-site parking is available.