Wapakoneta is the hometown of Neil Armstrong, First Man on the Moon. There is a Space Museum with outside & inside moon/space displays. 2019 is the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing. There will be many special events ongoing thru the year with July being the highlite month. We are 3 blocks from Neil's boyhood home which has a small personal display.
Our town is a hotspot for antique shops.
There is a city water park, several play parks & dog park. We are a quiet comunity where you can bike/walk anytime of day. We are 15 miles from 2 large boating/fishing lakes (indian - Grand lake)
Kids of any age are welcome
Dogs must be on leashes (city law)
Dog droppings must be cleaned up at time of deposit.
There is free Cable TV hook up
All pavied streets. 1 mile off I-75 & US 33
Quite side street, 48 hr.max
We travel too. Check us for availability. Sometimes we have out of state family drop in.
Museum, antiques, parks. Less than 50 miles from the very large Wright Patterson Air & Space Museum (Dayton)
We were warmly welcomed and very much enjoyed our stay. Sorry having to leave so early. Would have loved to spend some more time as we enjoyed our conversations
We were warmly welcomed by wonderful hosts .As if we'd been friends for long we enjoyed some hours talking . We had to leave early the next morning and were sorry we couldn't have spent some more time together.
Steve.Chris are amazing hosts who we are now proud to call friends. They welcomed us despite the fact they were also busy packing their RV to leave in the morning. Since we were heading in the same direction and they planned to stay at a Cracker Barrel, we decided to join them there. It was a cold night but they hooked us up to share their generator. So provided us with electric not just at their home but from on the road as well. Can't beat that!! Hope they will come visit us in Ontario soon.
We had a great experience staying at Moon City. The hosts were great and met us to make sure we got all set up. He even offered us levellers as the spot is on an angle. The town is very cute nd quiet and probably somewhere we wouldn’t have stopped at otherwise. Glad we did and hope to visit the area again to further explore
Steve and Chris are wonderful hosts! They have an adorable little yorkie named Gidget who is just a little sweetie.
I was traveling through during a cold snap and had winterized a couple of days before. They offered electric and cable hookup. We had warm soup for dinner and rounded out the night with many rounds of Farmers Rummy.
We shared stories of our travels.
What a kind couple.
I slept great. The parking was on an angle. Steve had boards for me to drive up on to even me out. I have a class B with no levelers. The boards were just enough lift to make things reasonably level for me.