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Located on the shore of Grand Lake St. Marys, Dayton or C-Town is the county seat of Mercer County with a population of more than 10,000. Primarily a farming community, Dayton is known for its cultural events like the annual Governor’s Cup Regatta, the Mercer County Fair, and the Dayton Lake Festival. Dayton also boasts five parks over more than 120 acres with boat docks, a skate park, playgrounds, walking trails, and sports fields. Bryson Pool with its 150-foot slide is one of the most popular destinations in the summer but Grand Lake St. Marys is the perfect opportunity to fishing, camping, and boating in one of the oldest state parks in the state.
The small village of St. Henry in Mercer County is the ideal place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. St. Henry has been named as one of the top 5 places in the country to raise kids and it’s known for its successful football team and football culture in the fall. St. Henry is just 15 miles away from Dayton for nearby boating, swimming, and camping and also boasts the North Park with a playground and ball diamonds and South Park with an amphitheater.
The village of Coldwater offers a safe, family-oriented lifestyle in the heart of Mercer County, Ohio. Coldwater has been ranked as one of the best places to live thanks to its strong economy, extremely low cost of living, outdoor recreation, and attractive town. The town may be located in the countryside but it’s an easy drive to several cities like Dayton and Fort Wayne.
Located about 35 miles outside Fort Wayne, Van Wert has a thriving population of 11,000 with dozens of cultural activities, historical attractions, and outdoor recreation. The city’s crown jewel is the Brumback Library, the country’s first county library with impressive Romanesque and Gothic architecture complete with turreted towers. The city also offers several parks like Smiley Park with tennis and basketball courts, baseball and softball fields, a fishing pond, and playground.
Fort Wayne, IN
Fort Wayne is Indiana’s second-largest city with over 260,000 residents. Fort Wayne is considered one of the top cities to live in the Midwest, offering all of the excitement, shopping, and entertainment of a big city. Unlike many cities in the Rust Belt, Fort Wayne’s economy has continued to thrive despite a loss in manufacturing and it has recently revitalized its downtown district with new luxury condo developments downtown and on the water.
Greenville, Ohio is ideally located just 30 miles outside Dayton with the nearby amenities of the city and a quiet small town atmosphere. The city has a population of more than 13,000 today and boasts several interesting historic sites like Bear’s Mill and the St. Clair Memorial Hall, the county’s arts center and a beautiful piece of century-old architecture. Downtown Greenville is a buzzing community with events year-round including parades, pop-up parties, and farmers’ markets.