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Dayton Skate Park
The town of Dayton has a skatepark. Located next to Cooks Creek Park on Bowman Road, the park is available to all who register at the town hall. Registration is free.
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Dayton Farmers' Market Has...
A web page. For hours, store listings and other information, click on the link to go to daytonfarmersmarket.com.
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Walking Tour of Dayton
How old is that house? Why is there a memorial to a Union Army officer in this southern town? Just how come we got the largest piece of German field artillery brought back after W.W.I? Want to know a little bit about Dayton history? Click, here, to take a walking tour of Dayton. Print it up and hit the sidewalk or sit down and take a virtual walking tour. In any event, there is more in this town than you might have thought.
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Dayton, Virginia is a small town located in the middle of the Shenandoah Valley two miles south of Harrisonburg (one hour south of Winchester; 2.5 hours southwest of Washington, DC; one hour northwest of Charlottesville) on Route 42. Home to about 1500 people, Dayton is served by three family-owned restaurants, two auto-repair establishments, a bank, a convenience store, a print-shop, two museums, one of the world's largest poultry processing plants and a variety of other worthy establishments including the widely popular Dayton Farmers Market.
In addition to the forces of agriculture, which dominate the area, the character of Dayton is shaped by the Old Order Mennonites who farm most of the surrounding land. The hitching posts around town are not decorations.
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This page was last updated: October 01, 2008
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