Thursday was our last day in Dayton, and we spent it with our niece Laura and her son Josh at another one of the Five Rivers MetroParks. Maybe John and I should have started with this park first because we then would have understood what the five rivers were, all of which can be discovered in the metro park system. The city of Dayton is at the confluence of four shallow streams that drain the upper portion of the Miami Valley. At the Riverscape Park in downtown Dayton is a small shelter type building that has written on it the five bodies of water which are part of the park system. They are: the Miami, Stillwater, Mad River (our campground sits by this river), and the Twin and Wolf Creeks. Pictured below is that building, which is over the pedestrian/bike path by the Miami River. In the background of the picture is a fountain which is located near Deeds Point, another park in the metro system. At the Riverscape is Inventors River Walk.