Deeds Point MetroPark
Deeds Point draws its name from Colonel Edward Deeds, who helped Dayton get back on its feet after the Great Flood of 1913. It's situated at the confluence of the Mad and Great Miami rivers and offers stunning views of the Dayton skyline. In 1994, several parks formerly under the Miami Conservancy District which includes Deeds Point were placed under the new Five Rivers MetroParks.
Deeds Point MetroPark Features
- Dayton Skyline: One of my favored places to capture the Dayton Skyline lies in Deeds Point.
- The Trails: There is a convergence of biker riders exploring the Great Miami River Trail, the Mad River Trail, and the Buckeye and North Country Trails.
- Fountains of Light: The park is also home to the RiverScape Fountains of Light, one of the largest fountains in the world.
- Legacy Park: Deeds Point MetroPark hosts Legacy Plaza which commemorates Dayton’s celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Flight
- Peace Park: With the installation of the Peace Pole, the park also celebrates the region’s role in the Dayton Accords which put an end to the Bosnian Wars.
Corporate Artwork for Dayton Companies
Incorporating fine art photography of Deeds Point MetroPark into corporate spaces can have a profound impact. These images serve as a visual representation of Dayton's unique character and serve as a source of inspiration and pride for employees and clients alike. They remind everyone of the beauty that can be found in the meeting of nature and innovation, which is at the heart of Dayton's identity. Fine art photography of Deeds Point MetroPark is also a great choice for corporate artwork for Dayton companies. The stunning views of the skyline and fountain can help to create a sense of place and pride in the city.
Dayton Landscape Art Prints
This park is one of a string of awesome parks that lie adjacent to each other as the Great Miami River flows through the Gem City. Be sure to check out these scenic points of interest!
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