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Driving by on the way to the wineries and drove by this park. We turned around at the next street and got out and walked around. When we leave these places on our travels we always ask that the people were so small, how did...More
Quick history of the Dayton area and a real life indian fort to corner. The square has a nifty band stage right next to awesome toys. Bring your picnic or grab some food at the many resturants ringing the square. Nice day for a walk...More
This is just your average small town park, but it really comes alive in the summer. Because its within walking distance on so many homes, lots of families come when the weather is nice to let the kids play and hang out. Since it's an...More
In the downtown, there is a piece of a old fort that was moved to the park in the early 1900s. Really interesting to see for the walls have holes cut into them for a rifle to shoot out. It is a really sturdy building,...More
Dayton pulls out all the stops every Friday night between June and August. In the town square, from 5-8:30 pm, there are vendors, musical groups performing and much more. As a gathering place in town, the locals and visitors enjoy the festivities in a small...More
We had stopped across the street for breakfast at The Block House (a converted church building - very cool) and, after our meal, we took a quick stroll around the town square to work off some of the French toast and breakfast burrito we'd eaten....More