If you’re looking for an apartment, Dayton has many that offer proximity to green space. The city has a number of parks that feature everything from fly-fishing to kayaking, and there is also a 16,000 acre MetroPark that both residents and visitors can enjoy. For a view of the city, check out Sunrise MetroPark, located at 50 Edwin C. Moses Boulevard. If concerts and festivals are more your speed, investigate what’s going on at RiverScape MetroPark at 111 E. Monument Avenue. This popular park always has something going on in the nicer weather. Those with children will enjoy visiting the Possum Creek MetroPark & Farm on Frytown Road. In addition to the scenery, you can visit the animals on the farm or take a horseback ride. Green space is coveted even outside of the city center, and those living outside Dayton can head over to Fairborn to Huffman MetroPark or check out Carriage Hill MetroPark Farm in Huber Heights for a bit of variety.