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Living in University Park Dayton

University Park is the 24th most walkable neighborhood in Dayton with 7,155 residents.

University Park does not have many bike lanes.

Nearby neighborhoods: South Park, Carillon, Oregon, Twin Towers, Walnut Hills, Downtown and Shroyer Park.

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Walk Score of University Park, Dayton, OH

University Park is a Car-Dependent neighborhood

Most errands require a car.

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Most errands require a car in University Park Dayton.

University Park is the 24th most walkable neighborhood in Dayton with a Walk Score of 49.

Find apartments in Dayton's most walkable neighborhoods: Oregon, Downtown and South Park.

University Park Neighborhood Ranking

Compare University Park to other Dayton neighborhoods.

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Population

22 Miami Chapel 49 - 42 1,791
23 Southern Dayton View 49 - 49 2,582
24 University Park 49 - 46 7,155
25 College Hill 48 - 45 2,189
26 Walnut Hills 48 - 41 4,871

Eating & Drinking

There are about 55 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in University Park.

People in University Park can walk to an average of 7 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

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Bike Score of University Park, Dayton, OH

University Park is Somewhat Bikeable

Minimal bike infrastructure.

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