Neighboring the communities of Brentwood and Pittsburg, Antioch is transitioning from its traditional industrial base to a service-oriented economy. The Rivertown Renaissance program is renovating and revitalizing the downtown waterfront district, mixing quaint shops and restaurants with handsome office space that offers beautiful Delta vistas. As a result of this infusion of new energy, retail and service activity is quickening. Extensive landscaping and attractive streetscapes that beckon shoppers add fuel to the commercial growth. In keeping with the sweeping spirit of renewal, the Renaissance Faire formerly based in Novato is now an Antioch annual attraction. Recreational facilities cater to the interests and needs of all ages, from a senior center to the award-winning 'Splash Camp" recreational programs at WaterPark. Support and appreciation for the arts is visible in the statues at major intersections, downtown murals, community theater productions, concerts in the parks, and the renovation of the Lynn House Gallery. Regional recreational opportunities include the California Delta, where the meeting of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers creates miles of sparkling streams and rolling rivers for fishing, hunting, boating, and water sports.