Introduction to Riverside, Ohio
In 1994, Riverside was merged with the Mad River Township, which surrounded the area. It was incorporated as a city in January of 1995. Due to the merger, Riverside became an area which provided a unique country-village combination.
Riverside and nearby Attractions
- Walnut Grove Country Club
- Shellabarger Park
- Eastwood Metropark
- U.S. Air Force Museum
- Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
- Dayton Art Institute
Things To Do In Riverside
Riverside has amenities for a wide range of activities. There are about 24 parks spread over an area of 11,787 acres. They have beautifully landscaped gardens, and some also have lakes designed for a wide range of activities. In addition, the parks have several bike trails which afford breathtaking natural views. Riverside also offers excellent shopping and dining opportunities.
The James M. Cox Dayton International Airport is nearby.
Riverside Higher Education
The University of Dayton and Sinclair Community College lie within a 5 mile radius.