With the weather starting to get cold it’s easy to stay cooped up inside. Don’t let that happen to you. There are plenty of things to do, one thing being indoor playground areas. This could be for adults, kids, or both! There are many places to go on this list, including Little Gym of Dayton, Scene 75, Run Around Fun Town, EnterTRAINment Junction, and more! Some of these places cost to go to, but some are free. Keep moving this winter, don’t let the weather bog you down!
If you have not yet been here you should plan a visit! This was the original home of the Wright family and has welcomed many other luminaries including Charles Lindbergh, Henry Ford, and Thomas Edison. The tour of both will begin at Carillon Historical Park in Dayton then bring you to Hawthorn Hill in Oakwood via shuttle van. There is much history to see between these two places!
This night was truly spectacular and so much fun to take in with our video segment. If you missed our first video talking with the “master-mind” behind the scenes, John Boucuvalas, you will want to take another look at it. Cool place is regenerating the enthusiasm of a lost era with premiere movie nights like this!
We just couldn’t resist going to the Dayton Dinner Theater grand opening on Sunday and is absolutely one of the coolest new ideas to hit Dayton in some time, and definitely is one of those things that make our community a great place to live.
It happens every other Sunday night, and if you haven’t been, come to show, you’ll be happy you did! Go here for tickets and info: www.daytondinnertheater.com/
The weather is getting perfect for outdoor activities! One of my favorite things are outdoor trails! There are great trails to hike, bike, walk, picnicking, or just study nature all around us. Some of the top trails in this area are:
Huffman Metropark: located at 4439 Lower Valley Pike, Dayton
Eastwood Metropark: located at 1385 Harshman Road, Dayton
Taylorsville Metropark: located at 2000 State Route 40, Vandalia
Deeds Point Metropark: located at 510 Webster Street, Dayton
Island Metropark: located at 101 E. Helena Street, Dayton
Twin Creek Metropark: located at 9688 Eby Road, Germantown
Sugarcreek Metropark: located at 4178 Conference Road, Bellbrook
John Bryan State Park: located at 3790 State Route 370, Yellow Springs
Great Miami River Trail: located at 901 Dye Mill Road, Troy
Charleston Falls Preserve: located at 2535 Ross Road, Tipp City
Iron Horse Trail: located at 6161 Millshire Drive, Centerville
Riverscape Metropark: located at 11 East Monument Avenue, Dayton
Basil’s On Market – originally a Troy, Ohio restaurant, expanded into the Downtown Dayton area and has since also added locations in Piqua and Mason. Classified as American Comfort Food – the taste flavors are enriched with all the deliciousness you can enjoy in one seating (and then repeat at another visit soon after!) The Downtown Dayton location is a picturesque setting along the Riverscape area – perfect for a patio table (weather permitting) and don’t forget, during the Dragons Ball Season – a little sound effects from a home run dragon snorting and light spray of water from the river fountains are a BONUS sensation to enjoy!
I LOVE Series was happy to spotlight this gem from our city to share with you…
Hope Everyone Has a Safe Halloween with Delightful Treats and No Tricks!