Festival Season is Here ! With the nicer days of spring leading into the summer stretch – we know that EVERY WEEKEND and just about EVERY COMMUNITY has something special to offer YOU. Not sure what Festival to attend?? You may want to checkout a few of our highlights from last season – to get a feel of the festivals and communities – and to pick the one best for YOU!
Or maybe you feel like taking a nice leisurely drive through one of the surrounding counties? Preble County has some amazing scenic bridges that are worth seeing, along the way enjoy food in local restaurants and see a bit of the slow lane of life 😉 COVERED BRIDGES TOUR OF PREBLE COUNTY
And last, but certainly not least – don’t forget to check out a few of the FIVE RIVER METRO PARKS for water activities, bike trails and MORE – like – the WEGERZYN GARDENS & CHILDRENS PARK
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
WOW! Ohio has the SECOND oldest Restaurant Inn in the United States! Built in 1816, there is STILL a brick portion of the building that is still original to the structure! What a nice slice of history in our Montgomery County! This restaurant is still open today and serves food and beverages!
If you are looking for small town character with a hint of true history – GERMANTOWN could be your next move! Established in the early 1800’s, Germantown was one of the original four townships in existence when Ohio became a state. Early businesses included distilleries and cigar factories. (http://germantown.oh.us/) Today the unique draw to visit the area can range from the covered bridge(s), small restaurants, gift shops to the Annual Fall Garage Sale and Pretzel Festival. (http://pretzelfestival.com/live/)
This great home is currently available for sale in Germantown:
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