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2017 AMERICAN TRAILS INTERNATIONAL TRAILS SYMPOSIUM


Explore the Dayton area and get out and live! Trails and outdoor


recreation in Dayton As the “Outdoor Adventure Capital of the Midwest,” the Dayton region has tremendous outdoor recreation oppor- tunities, anchored by an extensive trail system. The State of Ohio allows for the creation of park districts for both pres- ervation of open space and recreation. Five Rivers MetroParks (serving Montgomery County/Dayton), Greene County Parks and Trails, and the Miami County Park District overlay the munic- ipal and county park systems to pro- vide an abundance of natural open space in the region.


Dayton’s rivers and creeks, along with abandoned rail systems, provide the linear corridors that serve as the


architecture for the open space and made many of the trails possible. From Dayton’s paved trail network— the nation’s largest— to soft surface trails to water trails, Dayton and the surround- ing area offers all tread surfaces and outdoor experiences for every taste within 15 minutes of downtown.


Visit www.OutdoorDayton.com, a collaborative effort to showcase the vibrant outdoor scene of the Greater Dayton, Ohio region.


Dayton’s Link bike


share program Attendees will get a free pass for Link during their visit! Link bike share is downtown Dayton’s public bike sharing system for


Returning a bike is even easier. Just


roll it into a dock and walk away. The onboard trip computer allows you to track all the miles you ride, the calories you burn, and the carbon emissions you avoid.


Riders can see all stations and bike/dock availability on the free B-cycle Now smart phone app for iPhone and Android. If you are not an attendee or want to get a pass for your spouse or chil- dren, passes to the system can be pur- chased online or at any kiosk.


Learn more about Dayton’s bike share program at www.linkdayton.org.


short trips. Attendees can pick up a bike at any of the 27 stations in the down- town area, ride it, and return it to that same station or any other station when finished.


Link bike share stations in the downtown Dayton area


Attendees will get a free pass for Link during their visit!


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