Wapakoneta

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Wapakoneta is a city in Ohio noted as being the birthplace of Neil Armstrong.

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  • Armstrong Air & Space Museum500 Apollo Dr. (Located just west of I-75 at exit 111),  +1 419 738-8811fax: +1 419 738-3361. Hours: Mon - Sat.: 9:30 - 17, Sun.: Noon - 17:00, Holidays: 12:00-5:00, Closed on Thanksgiving. Dedicated to Wapakoneta-native Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the moon. Admission: Adults: $8.00; Children 6 - 12: $4.00 per child, all ages; Children (5 & under): Free; School Groups: $3.00 per student.

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  • Grand Lake St. Marys, Mercer County, west of Wapakoneta and south of Route 29. 204 campsites, 166 are equipped with electricity. Facilities include flush toilets, laundry, showers, pet camping, swimming beach, boat launch, boat docks/tie-ups, five air-conditioned Camper Cabins, two spacious Cedar Cabins, naturalist scheduled programs, movies, Friday through Sunday night, boats have no limits on horsepower, seven launch ramps, fuel, boat rentals, seasonal dock rentals are available, wildlife refuge, fishing, hunting, 90 seasonal duck blinds, two public swimming beaches, camp store, games, bike and canoe rentals, miniature golf course, basketball, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits and playground equipment.
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