The 2021 Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience has been cancelled.
There are plenty of ways to get to Eastwood MetroPark!
Eastwood MetroPark is a short drive from downtown Dayton, only 4 miles north of the center city, just off of State Rt. 4.
From 4 north take the Harshman Road exit; turn right; pass the Lake entrance; cross the Mad River and immediately turn right when you see the Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience banner at the main park entrance.
From 4 south, take the Harshman Road exit; turn left; and the park entrances will be on the right.
Drive Times from; Cincinnati (45 minutes), Columbus (1 hour), Indianapolis (2 hours), Lexington (2.5 hours), Louisville (2.5 hours), Toledo (2.5 hours), Huntington, WV (2.5 hours), Cleveland (3 hours)
Ample parking is available for guests right next to the heart of the Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience. Visitors can access the main parking lot by entering Eastwood MetroPark from 1385 Harshman Road. Follow the park road until you reach the parking area. Parking staff and signage will direct you to the right place.
Courtesy shuttles will be provided by the Greater Dayton RTA—RTA Connect provide event access from farther parking spaces. Look for shuttle pickup/drop off signs near the crossing of the Eastwood Park Road and Mad River Bikeway and at the event entrance.
The Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience is located on the North Country National Scenic Trail and the Buckeye Trail. Consider backpacking a section of the trail to get to the event. Then celebrate your adventure with FREE camping, music, food and more. Get Out & Hike! You could also choose to day hike in from Deeds Point MetroPark or the National Museum of the United States Air Force.
The heart of Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience is right on the Mad River Bikeway, providing access to the nation’s largest paved trail network for those who would like to bike, blade or walk to the event. Get Out & Bike!
Those looking for an environmentally friendly way to head to Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience should contact the Greater Dayton RTA.
Eastwood MetroPark is accessible by RTA Bus Route 11. Take route 11 west from downtown to the intersection of Springfield Street and Harshman Road. The park entrance is approximately 1 mile northwest at 1385 Harshman Road. View map of bus system.
Combine a bus ride and a bike ride to the event. Greater Dayton RTA allows bikes on the bus with the convenient Rack and Roll option.
Dayton International Airport (DAY)
3600 Terminal Drive, Suite 300
Vandalia, OH 45377
Phone: (937) 454-8200
Toll Free: 1-877-FLY-DAY-1
The Mad River flows through Eastwood MetroPark allowing access to the event by kayak or canoe.