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SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park

SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park is an archaeological site and reconstructed Fort Ancient American Indian village that was inhabited almost 800

Dayton, OH Archaeology



Sunrise MetroPark

Sunrise MetroPark is one of 25 facilities within Five Rivers MetroParks, located in the Greater Dayton area.  This small urban park situated on a high bank above the Great Miami River offers scenic views of the river and City of Dayton -- and a wildlife viewing area. 

Dayton, OH Parks

Broadway Joes Coffeehouse & Bakery

Just the right ambiance. Just the right flavor. Just the right location. Broadway Joes Coffeehouse & Bakery.

Stop by The Palace in Historic Downtown Greenville and you'll find Broadway Joes Coffeehouse &

Greenville, OH Other Attractions

Bear's Mill

Built in 1849 by Gabriel Baer, Bear's Mill is one of the few operating water-powered mills in Ohio today. The site of the present mill, as well as the water rights were granted to Major George Adams through a Presidential Deed by President James Monroe in 1824.

Placed on the

Greenville, OH Mills

Beachwood Golf Course -Lakeview/Woodland

Course Access: Public
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7

Arcanum, OH Golf Courses

The Winery at Versailles

Welcome to Darke County's only winery!  Located just west of the village of Versailles, the winery is now celebrating it's 5 year Anniversary.  We invite you to visit our remodeled barn, and relax in country charm ambiance. 

Versailles, OH Wineries

White Springs Golf Club

Course Access: Public
Holes: 9
Reserve Advance Tee Times:

Greenville, OH Golf Courses

Wesleyan MetroPark and Adventure Central at Wesleyan

Weleyan MetroPark and Adventure Central at Wesleyan are part of  25 facilities within Five Rivers MetroParks, located in the Greater Dayton area.  Situated on Wolf Creek, it's hard to believe this scenic, natural area is located within the Dayton city limits. 

Dayton, OH Parks

Five Rivers MetroParks

Five Rivers MetroParks is a nationally renowned system composed of parks, river corridors and pathways. Formed in 1963 to serve the Greater Dayton, Ohio area, MetroParks now offers 25 outstanding public facilities and over 14,000

Dayton, OH Parks

Garst Museum - Annie Oakley Center

Tour Garst Museum, named after the Garst family who donated the property to the Historical Society in 1946. The museum offers visitors information on Lowell Thomas, the Treaty of Greene Ville, General "Mad"

Greenville, OH Museums

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