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If you need an open track in Dayton; Rosa Parks School and Mack Humon Stadium are marked as open to the public.

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Winter running in Dayton

Winters in Dayton can get cold and snowy. December through February might see snow and the temperature is often below -15°C10°F .

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Devoted track runners who wants to workout on an indoor track; try Payne Recreation Center.

Rosa Parks School and Kettering Fairmont High School has lighting.

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Kettering Middle School has a soft surface for those who like to avoid the asphalt and concrete.

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Anonymous user -
The Payne Recreational Center in Moraine (Dayton) Ohio is quite good. Indoor track and an excellent selection of workout equipment. They welcome daily visitors with a very nominal non-member fee. Located at Main and Gettysburg Rd.

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