Holiday Inn Dayton North

I-75 & Wagoner Ford Road, Dayton, Ohio, 45414, United States
Ramada Plaza Dayton
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air force flight museum

by DogPerson

Is there parking for tractor-trailer trucks at the museum? Usually, if there is parking for tour buses, big trucks can park there, too.

Re: air force flight museum

by t_guy

There is available parking at the museum for buses and motorhomes. Sorry, I don't know the museum's policy as far as big trucks using these spots. -Gary

Re: air force flight museum

by WheninRome

I can't imagine that there would be a problem. If I remember correctly, there was no manned gate that you had to go through. You just drive into the parking lot, which was plenty big but can fill almost up on summer weekends.

Travel Tips for Dayton

Moving to Dayton

by twofishblu

"How does it compare in the outdoor recreation department?"
Honestly, it depends what you're comparing it to. I lived with a roommate from New Hampshire, and it's nothing like New England, Colorado, or California. She thought it was terrible that she couldn't climb a mountain. There aren't mountains and there isn't an's the midwest! There ARE lots of lakes nearby, where you can boat, waterski, fish, and swim. They're lots of fun if you have a boat, and if not you can rent one. You can canoe or kayak in most of the area's rivers and lakes as well. You're within 2-5 hours of actual mountains and good rock climbing...the further you drive, the bigger the mountains get! There are tons of local parks where you can walk or hike, there are mountain bike trails, and there are indoor rock climbing places as well. In the summer, there are outdoor festivals every weekend. Dayton has a good network of long bike trails too. Additionally, those country roads outside of the city make for a great place to take long road bike rides on the weekends. There are several groups to meet up with to get started. There are also numerous adult-league sports both indoor and outdoor, year-round.

"How long of a drive to Lake Eerie(sic)?"
Parts of Lake Erie are 3+ hours away from Dayton. Other parts are much further east, and take longer to drive to. Almost the entire northern border of Ohio is Lake Erie.

"Are there any nice historical neighborhoods with good schools?"
Oakwood is both historical and has VERY good schools. Most of Dayton's historic neighborhoods are part of Dayton Public Schools, which generally are not "good". There are very good private schools within the city though, mostly Catholic. I lived in the Oregon District and absolutely loved it, but I wouldn't have lived there if I had children, because of Dayton Public and the yards being small. Oakwood is near University of Dayton and pretty close to several hospitals. It's very nice.

"Medical Centers?"
There is a Children's Hospital in Dayton, Miami Valley Hospital is very large, and there are several other hospitals as well, including in the suburbs. I think there's even a large group of practices called Dayton Medical Center. North of Dayton is Upper Valley Medical's a beautiful new facility in Troy.
Speaking of which, the suburbs of Troy, Tipp City, and Vandalia have good school systems and Troy and Tipp are less of a suburb and more of a small town/small city feel. They have numerous historic homes and also a traditional downtown Main Street. Those 3 are all north on I-75. South or east of the city are the more sprawling suburbs like Centerville and Beavercreek.

I liked growing up there enough that I moved back in my twenties. You'll like it as long as you keep a positive attitude and focus more on what it DOES have than on what it DOES NOT have. That was my roommate's problem, and I learned a lot from listening to her whine about the place!

For a city of its size, it has a lot of museums and historic markers. There is the USAF Museum (free), the Dayton Art Institute (free except for special exhibits), Boonshoft Museum of Discovery (natural history), and various parks centered around local history (Wright Brothers, NCR, etc.). Nights (and days) spent in the Oregon District! Fifth Street gets closed off for certain holidays. Halloween especially stands out in my mind. Costumed revelers walk the streets, listening to live bands, drinking, eating, watching freak shows, and admiring others' costumes.

Packing List

by Aragina

Bring what you can carry but I took a rucksack. Summer here is hot so Shotrs and Tee's are the order of the day, but winters can be bitter, so good thermal clothing and good walking boots a must. you can get everything you need here. you can get eerything you need here. There isnt anywhere here that you can call the great outdoors, but if you do get into the countryside outside of Dayton, then get bug spray, you need it honest!!!!!.

1. Take in a rugby match....

by Karing

1. Take in a rugby match.
Rugby is a subculture in the US, most locals don't even know about it. The Dayton Area Rugby club welcomes players and fans from all over the world.

2. Local festivals.
Summer is festival season for Dayton and the surrounding communities. Everything from international festivals, like the World Affair, Greek, Italian, and Lebanese festivals, to the Saurkraut, Strawberry, and Walnut festivals. Music, culture, and crafts.

3. Dayton Dragons
Minor league baseball is a nice way to spend a warm summer evening. Weekend games end with a laser show at the neighboring Riverscape park.

4. Walk/ride along the river.
We have a few bike trails and a great county park system.

Dayton's best HAVE to eat here

by twofishblu about Marion's Piazza

This place is great. There are multiple locations in the area now, and they all have black and white photos on the walls of the various famous people who have dined there. In addition to pizza, they have hoagies/grinders/subs (whatever you want to call them), chips, and I believe some salads. The crust is pretty thin, the pizza's sliced into small squares, and the toppings go all the way to the edge. It's delicious! All through college, I'd have to hit a Marion's on my breaks back home.

This isn't super-cheap pizza, but you definitely get quality, and a mound of toppings. It's worth it.

The smoking and non-smoking sections are clearly separated, beer is served, and you don't have to tip here, since you order everything at the counters (pizza at one, beverages at the other). I always get a pizza with ham and sausage. Their ham is like chipped/shredded, and it's the crumbly sausage...not that ball-looking stuff that most places have. The only place I know that I can get that combination.

The Flying Pizza

by kdoc13 about The Flying Pizza

New York Style Pizza is the best! Unless you are from Chicago and love dough. The Flying Pizza is the closest thing to New York that you can get in the midewest.

They have three locations in Dayton, although the Downtown location sucks if you have to drive there. Best bet, go to the one in Centerville. It is south of town. The prices are a little bit higher than a Pizza Hut or Domanoes, but it is worth every penny. I am a meat lover, which means I am fat. They have vegetarian stuff too, but the best pizza is this.
1) Extra Pizza Sauce
2) Double Cheese
3) Peperoni
4) Sausage (their sausage is great!)
5) Meatballs.

Yep, Meatballs. It sounds odd, but it is addictive!


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Address: I-75 & Wagoner Ford Road, Dayton, Ohio, 45414, United States