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Huffman MetroPark, was named after the Huffman family, founders of the Huffy Bike Corporation back in 1892. Continuing his family's legacy, Horace Huffman, Jr., became a community organizer pushing for the development of river bikeways in the 1970s.  Huffman MetroPark provides man...

About a 23 mile bike ride north from Dayton, the city of Troy prides itself on its small town feel. It thrives on unique small businesses and is a close knit community, which makes it a popular place to raise a family. Perhaps best known for its annual Strawberry Festival the first weekend in ...

 Founded in 1992 by long-time car collector Robert Signom II, the America's Packard Museum is located in an original Packard dealership building constructed in 1917. Although officially known by the name of the original dealership - The Citizens Motorcar Company - the museum has become kn...

Just a couple miles north of RiverScape, in downtown Dayton, where the Stillwater River flows into the Great Miami, is an urban oasis with a long Dayton history. Island MetroPark has evolved over the decades from its beginning as an amusement park. It's definitely worth checking out Five ...

Looking for a place to ride no matter what the weather? Do you want to improve your cycling skills without having to worry about traffic or other obstacles? How about if you could do that indoors?  Mike's Indoor Bike Park is a place that helps both adults and kids from beginners to more a...

Frankenstein's ( or the Witches)Tower - Known by many names, and at the center of many local urban legends, this stone look-out tower on the grounds of Hills & Dales MetroPark, offers intrigue, mystery and unanswered questions! Urban legends aside, this castle like tower overlooks the...