The Dixon riverfront is an open air plaza that sits upon the historic site of a 1830′s ferry crossing and features a bronze statue of Ronald Reagan. Located between Galena Ave. and Peoria Ave., the riverfront area includes period lighting, trees, benches, outdoor tables with seats, and restrooms. The Pavilion offers a comfortable covered seating area, while the amphitheater seating is excellent for performance or speaking. Other areas of the riverfront include the West and East Promenades, the Fountain Rotunda and the River Canopy.
Loveland Community House and Museum has conference room rentals and other rooms for events, wedding receptions, retirement parties and has a museum full of interesting exhibits ranging from the original equipment used in Charles Walgreens (Founder of Walgreen Drug Stores) first drug store to the mirror Abraham Lincoln once looked into when he was getting a shave. Stop in and see what civil war or Native American relics you may spy.