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A heritage built by hands, cared for by hearts

Eat. Our recipes

Shop. “Local�

have been passed

through the generations. Savor the flavors of home-style meals with friends and family.

means more in Holmes

Stay.We invite

you to stay awhile.

Learn.Our

County. Find furniture

Charming bed and

beyond museum walls.

made by skilled

breakfasts, friendly

We share our traditions

craftsmen, pottery

neighbors, scenic drives,

from sun-up to sun-down

thrown by talented

and a relaxing pace will

through work, worship,

artists, and quilts pieced

set any heart at ease.

and fellowship.

heritage is on display

by dedicated artisans.

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Blessings Lodge and Cabin

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Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant Moxie Carlisle Country Inn Graystone Cottages Amish Country Lodging Kid’s Collection

Berlin Resort

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Gospel Book Store Pomerene Express Care Ritzman Pharmacy

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Donna’s Zinck’s Fabric Outlet Premier Lodging Holmes County Flea Market Helping Hands Quilt Shop Nature’s Food Market Troyer’s A Country Market

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Schrock’s Amish Farm & Village Berlin Antique & Craft Malls Berlin Leather Gramma Fannie’s Quilt Barn Tis the Season

Scenic Hills RV Park

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Detail Maps K7 - Walnut Creek Amish Country Theater Coblentz Chocolate Company Carlisle Inn Dutchman Walnut Creek Der Restaurant

Walnut Creek Furniture Amish Country Peddler/Homespun Treasures

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Enter Your Shot

The Farm at Walnut Creek

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Swissters Troyer Furniture

Dutch Host Inn

Weaver’s

Old Rt. 39 Furniture

Ritzman Pharmacy

Village of Sugarcreek World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock

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2016 Festivals and Events JANUARY

SEPTEMBER

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19th Annual Pajama Party Sale at Country Craft Cupboard in Berlin. 330-893-3163 or countrycraftcupboard.com Buckeye Tool Show at Buckeye Event Center in Dalton. 330-828-2466 or buckeyeeventcenter.com Girls’ Night Out in Historic Downtown Millersburg. 330-674-2412 or historicdowntownmillersburg.com

MARCH

11-12, 18-19 Maple Syrup Cook-off at the Ashery Country Store near Mt. Hope. 330-359-5615 or asherycountrystore.com

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MAY 6-7 7 14

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Easter Adventure at The Farm at Walnut Creek. 330-893-4200 or thefarmatwalnutcreek.com Anniversary Sale at Keim Lumber. 330-893-2251 or keimlumber.com Berlin Barnstorming in Berlin. 330-893-2523 or heartofamishcountry.com Dandelion May Fest at Breitenbach Winery near Dover. 800-THE-WINE or dandelionfestival.com 37th Anniversary Sale at the Ashery Country Store near Mt. Hope. 330-359-5615 or asherycountrystore.com Antiques in the Alley in Historic Downtown Millersburg. 330-674-2412 or historicdowntownmillersburg.com Customer Appreciation Day at Guggisberg Cheese in Charm. 330-893-2500 or babyswiss.com Anniversary Celebration Sale at Weaver’s Furniture in Sugarcreek. 330-893-3383 or weaverfurniture.com Holmes County Trail Annual Benefit Auction and Road Apple 5K at Hipp Station Depot in Millersburg. 330-674-0475 or holmestrail.org Moo Fest in Berlin. Heartofamishcountry.com 3rd Annual Vintage Fair next to Walnut Creek Furniture. 330-893-2995 or walnutcreekohio.org Thunder Over Holmes County Independence Day Festival in Historic Downtown Millersburg. 330-674-2412 or historicdowntownmillersburg.com Summer Picnic Days Sale at the Ashery Country Store near Mt. Hope. 330-359-5615 or asherycountrystore.com Cookbook Extravaganza at Gospel Book Store in Berlin. 330-893-2523 or mygospelbookstore.com Summer Celebration at Lehman’s in Kidron. 888-438-5346 or lehmans.com/events 32nd Annual Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow at Mohican Reservation in Loudonville. 800-766-2267 or mohicanpowwow.com

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Ohio Mennonite Relief Sale at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster. ohiomccreliefsale.org Antiques in the Alley in Historic Downtown Millersburg. 330-674-2412 or historicdowntownmillersburg.com Holmes County Fair in Millersburg. 330-674-0869 or holmescountyfair.com Dan Emmet Music & Arts Festival in Downtown Mount Vernon. 740-392-3378 or danemmetfestival.org

SEPTEMBER

Fall 2016 Artist P. Buckley Moss in Person Gallery Show and Signing Event at Berlin Creek & Blue River Galleries. Check Facebook for updates or 330-893-2686 12

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Ohio Haiti Benefit Auction at the Mt. Hope Auction Barn. 330-231-0461 or ohiohaitiauction.com Harvest Festival Parade and Rib Cook-Off on Main Street in Berlin. 330-403-3050 or heartofamishcountry.com Dutch Valley Fall Festival at Dutch Valley Restaurant. 330-852-4926 or dhgroup.com 32nd Annual Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow at Mohican Reservation in Loudonville. 800-766-2267 or mohicanpowwow.com Fall Harvest Sale at the Ashery Country Store near Mt. Hope. 330-359-5615 or asherycountrystore.com

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Williamsburg Festival at the Pine Tree Barn. 330-264-1014 or pinetreebarn.com 7-8 Charm Days in Charm. 330-893-2251 or keimlumber.com 7,8, & 10 Fall Festival at The Farm at Walnut Creek. 330-893-4200 or thefarmatwalnutcreek.com 8 Oktoberfest at Swissters in Sugarcreek. 330-852-3500 or swissters.com 8-9 Holmes County Antique Festival in Historic Downtown Millersburg. 330-674-4358 or antiquefestival@gmail.com 29 Boo in the ‘Burg! in Historic Downtown Millersburg. 330-674-2412 or historicdowntownmillersburg.com 29 Halloween at the Mansion at Victorian House Museum in Millersburg. 330-674-0022 or victorianhouse.org

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Christmas Open House at the Pine Tree Barn. 330-264-1014 or pinetreebarn.com 10-12 Annual Christmas Open House at MCC Connections in Kidron. 330-857-7802 or thrift.mcc.org/shops/kidron-thrift-shop 10-12 Annual Christmas Open House at Berlin Village Gift Barn, Country Gatherings, and Moxie in Berlin. 330-893-2648 or oldeberlinvillage.com 11-12 Christmas Open House Berlin Shops. Heartofamishcountry.com 12  Christmas Open House. Historic Downtown Millersburg. 330-674-2412 or historicdowntownmillersburg.com 12 Holmes County’s Largest Book Signing at Gospel Book Store in Berlin. 330-893-2523 or small@mygospelbookstore.com 12-20 Warther’s Christmas Tree Festival at Warther Museum. 330-343-7513 or warthers.com 12-Dec 10 Christmas in the Country Show. 888-988-7469 or amishcountrytheater.com 19 Art & Wine Gala at Guggisberg Swiss Inn. 330-893-3600 or guggisbergswissinn.com 19-Dec 31 Holidays at the Mansion at Victorian House Museum in Millersburg. 330-674-0022 or victorianhouse.org 25 Christmas in Berlin and Nativity Parade on Main Street in Berlin. heartofamishcountry.com 26 Amish Country Half-Marathon and 5K. Runinamishcountry.com

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Christmas Down on the Farm at Tis the Season and Schrock’s Amish Farm and Village. 330-893-3232 or tistheseasonchristmas.com Old Fashioned Christmas at Lehman’s in Kidron. 888-438-5346 or lehmans.com/events Children’s Night and Church Candle Walk in Historic Downtown Millersburg. 330-674-2412 or historicdowntownmillersburg.com Shopping under the Stars in Berlin. Heartofamishcountry.com 9th Annual Christmas Cookie Tour of Inns. 330-674-3975 or christmascookietour.com 13


How to use the Visitors’ Guide Scenic Byways: Nearly every mile of state and federal highway in Holmes County is designated as an Amish Country Byway. This means enjoyable views wherever you go, but drive carefully. It also means other people will be looking at the scenery as well. Using GPS: Coordinates are listed for each destination in “degrees” format, which can be entered into most GPS systems. Most map programs work better when abbreviated routes are written out (SR is State Route, CR is County Road, TR is Township Road). Many GPS units will not recognize “Township Road” or “County Road.” This can be solved by using “Highway” instead of “Road.” Chamber of Commerce Members: The business listings are members of the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau. These businesses sponsor this publication and are highly recommended by the Chamber of Commerce. L5 Map Codes: The countywide map contains coordinates so it’s easy to locate attractions. These coordinates are shown beside the title for each listing and are color-coded to correspond to the business location and category on the large map. Sun Sunday: The symbol “Sun” means the business is open, either to new business or to overnight customers on-site. Hours may be limited; Sunday is a day of rest and worship in Amish Country. Handicap Accessible: Businesses with this symbol have ramps or other accessibility features. Wi-Fi: Businesses with this symbol offer Wi-Fi at their location. Check with each business to confirm Wi-Fi network names, restrictions or passwords, if required. Amish Country Lodging Council: Lodging facilities with this symbol are members of the Amish Country Lodging Council, an organization administered by the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau, committed to maintaining the highest level of service in the hospitality industry. Share the Road: Sharing the road with buggies and farm equipment is often new to tourists. To enjoy a safe trip in Amish Country, please follow these guidelines: • Normal speeds for horse-drawn buggies range between 5-7 mph, even slower when pulling large farm equipment or when crossing intersections. • Use caution and avoid accelerating at the top of hills. • Amish Country’s winding roads can create blind curves; drive slowly. • Vision from the driver of a horse-drawn vehicle or farm machinery may be restricted, and drivers may not be able to see cars behind them. • Car drivers should anticipate left-hand turns made by horsedrawn vehicles into fields and driveways. If a driver’s left arm is fully extended this is a left-hand turn signal – not a signal for you to pass. • Leave room between your vehicle and a buggy stopped at a stop sign or light. Horses may back up a few feet after coming to a complete stop. • Use your headlights in any circumstance of impaired vision. Passing buggies • When passing on rural roads, keep in mind the road may be narrower than city streets. Loose gravel can be hazardous and open ditches along rural roads are often deep and close to the road. Pass slowly only when safe and on a reasonably open stretch of road. 14

• I t is illegal to pass a buggy or slow-moving vehicle on a roadway marked with a solid yellow line unless: the slower vehicle is proceeding at less than half the speed of the speed limit, the faster vehicle is capable of overtaking and passing the slower vehicle without exceeding the speed limit, AND there is sufficient clear sight distance to the left of the center or center line of the roadway (ORC – 4511.31). Use extreme caution when passing and never cross the median into oncoming traffic. Cell phone signals: Verizon service is reliable in most parts of Holmes County, but many other carriers are on roaming or are unable to find a signal in our region. Please check with your cell phone service provider for local area coverage.

Airports

(distances from Millersburg) Holmes County Airport Authority (0 miles) Akron-Canton Regional Airport (46 miles), akroncantonairport.com Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (69 miles), clevelandairport.com Port Columbus International Airport (89 miles), port-columbus.com

Sundays and Holidays

Businesses in Holmes County are generally closed on Sundays. Many businesses in Millersburg remain open on Sundays. Most businesses are closed on major holidays, including Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Amish-owned businesses are closed for Old Christmas, which is Jan. 6 of every year, and Ascension Day, which is the 40th day after Easter.

For your information

Emergency phone number 911 State Highway Patrol 330-264-0575 Holmes County Sheriff 330-674-1936 Ohio Dept. of Transportation local office 330-339-6633 dot.state.oh.us Pomerene Hospital 330-674-1015 981 Wooster Rd., Millersburg Pomerene Express Care 330-893-2754 Holmes County Commissioners 330-674-0286 Newspapers: Holmes County Shopper 330-674-1811 The Bargain Hunter 330-674-2300 WKLM Radio Station 95.3 330-674-1953 thevoiceofholmescounty.com 330-763-4673

Farmers’ Auctions

Auctions are a regular part of our workweek and a big share of the fun. You’ll find animals and farm crops, produce, flea markets, baked goods and a great way for the whole family to socialize with the neighbors. Tuesday Farmerstown 330-897-6081 Wednesday Mt. Hope 330-674-6188 Thursday Kidron 330-857-2641 15


Amish & Holmes County History The Amish and Mennonites are an outgrowth of the 16th century Anabaptist movement in Europe. During the Swiss Protestant Reformation, this group of people was considered radical for rejecting infant baptism and mandatory military service. They immigrated to America in hope of religious freedom. Having crossed the Alleghenies by covered wagon, here they settled, farmed, and grew, until today their descendents in Holmes and the surrounding counties constitute the largest community of Amish in the world. From Somerset County, Pennsylvania, the first people of Amish faith came to Ohio and settled in Sugarcreek in 1808. Amishman, Jonas Stutzman was the first white man to settle in eastern Holmes County, making his homestead in Walnut Creek in 1809. Today 36,000-38,000 Amish live in a five-county region (Holmes, Wayne, Ashland, Tuscarawas, and Coshocton) with their population doubling about every 16 years.

The Amish and the Mennonites

Today there are close to a dozen variations and sects among the Amish and Mennonites from very conservative in their beliefs and dress to those who dress and live much like the non-Amish. The most conservative is the Swartzentruber sect, who live as people did in 19th century Europe. This group will not ride in vehicles and thus must work at home or close enough that they can travel by horse. The largest group, the “Old Order,” travel by buggy or as a passenger in a vehicle, and as a whole, do without modern conveniences and technologies. The most progressive of the Amish sects are the “New Order Amish” who do not drive cars, but may have electricity and telephones in their homes. Although some Mennonites dress in a conservative fashion, many dress and live like modern society.

Holmes County, Ohio  olmes County, formed in 1824, is named for a young officer of H the War of 1812, Major Andrew Hunter Holmes, who was killed while leading an attack in the Battle of Mackinac.

The Mennonite faith began first, with the Amish sect splitting 150 years later, led by Jacob Amman, to enforce stricter discipline with regard to communion and excommunication. Although the Mennonite movement came first, most Holmes County Mennonite churches were formed by former Amish community members.

timeline 1500 Menno Simons 1536 joins Anabaptist movement, beginning of the Mennonites

Jacob Amman, 1694 father of Amish teachings, leads split from the Mennonites

First Amish arrive 1808 in Ohio, settle in Sugarcreek Holmes County 1824 founded

Beachy Amish 1927 Mennonite formed

1525 Swiss Anabaptist movement

1730 Migration of Amish

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Amish Culture Tenets of Belief While specifics of practice and culture differ, five elements of belief direct all Amish and Mennonites in their lives. They are Biblicists who live in simple obedience to the word of God. Voluntary, adult baptism is seen as a personal faith commitment. Peace and reconciliation are central to Christ’s life and message; defending oneself with violence is not an option. There must be separation of Church and State. Christians should live in distinction from the world around them.

Amish and Education There were no Amish schools before the 1950s. In earlier days, when one-room schoolhouses were common, Amish children attended these public schools, which emphasized rural values and basic skills. With consolidation of such schools into districts and more “worldly” studies, the Amish established their own parochial system of one-room schools in which students are taught by Amish teachers. Today there are 95 Amish parochial schools in Holmes County. In addition to the parochial schools, about 40% of Amish children attend public schools. The Amish do not believe in the value of education beyond the eighth grade. In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court in 1972, ruled that the Amish and related groups were exempt from the state compulsory attendance laws beyond the eighth grade.

Amish and Technology Adaptations of progress and technology grow out of life needs and experiences, and once approved by the Bishop and church leadership, define the “ordnung” – the set of rules that governs almost all aspects of Amish life. In general, the Amish avoid new technologies that they believe will erode the family structure or create inequalities or divisions in their community. Unlike the Old Order and New Order, who have adapted to compete in today’s market, the strictest sect, the Swartzentruber, are forbidden the use of power tools or to hire a driver to go to a jobsite. In cases where modernization is allowed, it is permitted with constraints. For example, some groups permit a lawn mower, but it may not be a riding mower. A church may allow those in the congregation who own businesses to use cell phones, with limitations. What might seem to be a contradiction to some, makes perfect sense to the Amish, such as their 18

ordnung allowing the use of something, but not ownership, such as riding in a car. An Amish young person who has not yet joined the church has the liberty of using technology that would otherwise be forbidden for a church member.

Amish Country Etiquette While the Amish staunchly guard their identity as a people “separate from the world,” they enjoy competing in the marketplace, often offering exceptional goods and services at competitive prices. Most, speaking in a distinct German accent, enjoy interacting with non-Amish. Young Amish children, not yet familiar with the English language, typically watch in quiet awe at the sight of unfamiliar people. Booking an Amish culture tour or visiting Amish-owned businesses are good ways of interacting with the Amish without infringing on their lifestyle. The Amish religion forbids posing for pictures and use of cameras for personal photography. Please do not photograph the Amish, especially if their faces are visible. Consider how you might feel if a stranger took your picture without your permission.

Dress In keeping with the scripture, “Be not conformed to the world,” the Amish adhere to strict rules regarding garb and lifestyle. Rejecting worldly fashions, they embrace centuries-old traditions of plain and simple clothing, free from adornment; their peasant-type garb reflects humility and commitment to their Anabaptist heritage. Ohio Amish men grow their beards, without a mustache, at the time they join the church, typically in their early 20s. A frequent misconception is that the men grow their beards when they marry; however, an Amish person must join the church in order to be married and often grows his beard in preparation. Bonnets and prayer caps: Derived from the writing of Apostle Paul, the Amish hold to the belief that women should always have their heads covered with a prayer covering, signifying their acceptance of God’s order of authority in the home. This is a thin white organdy cap with strings either tied or untied. The hard black bonnet worn in public by women and girls is worn over an organdy covering and actually serves as weather protection. Often a heavier one is worn in the winter, and a lighter one is worn in the summer. Bonnets and prayer caps vary greatly in style among the various sects of Amish and Mennonites.

An Amish man and woman’s Sunday best. The woman’s white cape and apron are worn for church only.

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Amish Country Leather

(40.56152° -81.79805°) 4884 W. Main St., Berlin / 330-893-7050 acleather.com / amishcountryleather@yahoo.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

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(40.54500° -81.73761°) 3147 SR 39, Walnut Creek / 330-893-2134 homespunwalnutcreek.com / info@homespunwalnutcreek.com May-Oct: Mon-Sat 9am-5:30pm; Nov-Apr: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Two great stores now combined into one building! Unique country and primitive décor including curtains, rugs, American-made bedding, seasonal décor, lighting, reproduction furniture, tableware, and much more. Come be inspired!

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Amish Country Theater (40.54498° -81.73699°)

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Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center/Behalt

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(40.56741° -81.78157°) 5798 CR 77, Millersburg / 330-893-3192 or 877-858-4634 behalt.com / director@amheritagecenter.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Intro to the culture of Amish Country! Interpretive tour of Behalt – stunning 265-ft circular mural depicting heritage. Pioneer barn, one-room schoolhouse. Free video, exhibits, bookstore, gift shop, local crafts. A compelling story.

Antique Emporium

(40.55394° -81.91874) Sun 113 W. Jackson St., Millersburg / 330-674-0510 facebook.com/villageantiqueemporium.com Tues-Sun 10am-5pm

Antique Emporium offers great variety at reasonable prices. Housed in a hardware store built in 1873, we offer a unique setting with quality vendors and a relaxing atmosphere. K7

Berlin Leather at Schrock’s Amish Farm (40.55065° -81.77988°) 4363 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-7038 ext. 3 Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm

Berlin Main Street Merchants (40.56166° -81.79722°) heartofamishcountry.com

Berlin, the heart of Amish Country! Berlin offers an array of more than 50 shops, restaurants, lodging, and attractions that will make your stay memorable. For brochure or information visit the website.

Tour two homes, local guides explain culture and lifestyle, barn with animal petting area, buggy rides, schoolhouse tours, gift shop, covered picnic area. Locally owned since 1983. J7

(40.56096° -81.80352°) 5042 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-2686 / bcgallery@tusco.net Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 11am-4pm; Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Specializing in leather waist belts big and small sizes, also log furniture, Western home décor, pet supplies, wallets, and children’s toys. Hats, oilskin coats. Lots of moccasins, sandals, and cowboy boots.

Amish Home at Yoders

(40.57283° -81.71365°) 6050 SR 515, Walnut Creek / 330-893-2541 yodersamishhome.com / info@yodersamishhome.com Apr-Oct: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Berlin Creek and Blue River Galleries

First-class galleries in the heart of Amish Country! P. Buckley Moss, Thomas Kinkade, Diane Graebner, and 200 other artists. Spectacular made-in-the-USA fine art originals, pottery, jewelry, and glass. Custom framing.

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(40.55065° -81.77988°) 4359 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-3051 amishfarmvillage.com / Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm

Two malls side by side, one filled with antiques and collectibles, the other overflowing with locally made crafts. One-floor shopping with lots of free parking. Located at Schrock’s Amish Farm, one mile east of Berlin.

Biker leather shop in the heart of Berlin! Saddlebags, coats, chaps, vests, boots, belts, and more! Also find a huge selection of leather and fashion purses, wallets, and travel accessories. K7

Berlin Antique and Craft Malls

Berlin Village Antique Mall

(40.56120° -81.79387°) 4774 US 62, Berlin / 330-893-4100 berlinvam.com / berlinvillageantiquemall@yahoo.com Jan-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Located in the heart of Amish Country, this large antique mall has two floors of primitives, tools, coins, glassware, c much more! 30-day layaway. J7

Berlin Village Gift Barn

(40.56088° -81.79326°) 4755 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-2648 villagegiftbarn.com / info@oldeberlinvillage.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu, Sat 9am-6pm, Fri 9am-7pm

Restored 20,000 sq. ft. barn. Home furnishings, interior & floral designs, gifts, kitchen gadgets, and clothing boutique. Pandora, Brighton, Alex & Ani, Vera Bradley, Comfey, Free People, Tribal clothing. A destination! Walk to our sister shops!

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(40.54496° -81.73779°) 3239 SR 39, Walnut Creek / 330-893-9201 b-fearless.com / info@b-fearless.com May-Oct: Mon-Sat 9am-5:30pm; Nov-Apr: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Ladies and men, come visit us and let your wardrobe flourish with updated classics and fresh new fashions. High-quality clothing in sizes to fit all women and now men’s fashions as well. Personal fashion and makeup consultant by appointment. A1

(40.78694° -82.49611°) 500 Tingley Ave., Mansfield / 419-524-0139 or 800-222-0139 Sun biblewalk.us / lbnjulia@richnet.net Apr-Oct: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 3pm-7pm Nov-Mar: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 3pm-7pm

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Bowden Designs, Metal & Glass Art (40.60996° -82.04187°) 11671 TR 506, Shreve / 330-567-3460 bowdenbells.com / jbow11671@aol.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Breitenbach Wine Cellars & Café

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(40.50982° -81.57238°) 5934 Old Rt. 39, Dover / 330-343-3603 or 800-THE-WINE breitenbachwine.com / info@breitenbachwine.com Mon-Sat 9am-6pm

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Broad Run Cheesehouse & Swiss Heritage Winery

(40.51112° -81.57370°) 6011 Old Rt. 39 NW, Dover / 330-343-4108 or 800-332-3358 broadruncheese.com / info@broadruncheese.com Mon-Sat 9am-6pm

The marriage of wine and cheese. Both made with pride! Sample 30 cheese varieties and pair with your favorite wine. Experience the area’s most exquisite curtains, lace, and Victorian shop.

Coblentz Chocolate Company

(40.54169° -81.72501°) 4917 SR 515, Walnut Creek / 330-893-2995 or 800-338-9341 coblentzchocolates.com / info@coblentzchocolates.com Jul-Oct: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm; Nov-Jun: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Colonial Homestead

(40.55450° -81.91902°) 144A W. Jackson St., Millersburg / 330-600-9445 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Holmes County’s only handmade furniture. Working 1800’s woodshop. Fine antique furniture, tools, and period furnishings. Muzzleloading supplies. Furniture and muzzleloaders built and restored. Handtool classes and daily demos.

The best of Amish Country! Sample over 40 of our award-winning wines. Large gift shop! Guided cellar tours available. Try Café Breitenbach for lunch, serving paninis, salads, and wood-fired pizzas. M8

(40.54137° -81.7223°) 4962 SR 515, Walnut Creek / 330-893-2535 carlislegifts.com / info@dhgroup.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-8pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm

Featuring artisan chocolates created using wholesome ingredients and timehonored recipes. Jelly Bellys®, panned fruit and nuts, fairly traded coffees and candies are in abundant supply! Watch chocolates being made from our viewing gallery.

Garden art: sculptures, bells, wind chimes, bird baths, fountains, fused glass, jewelry. Workshops available. Our family-owned studio and showroom are worth the drive. M8

Carlisle Gifts

Across the street from Der Dutchman Restaurant. Three floors accessible by elevator. Seasonal, affordable, beautiful and inspirational. Home décor, boutique clothing, jewelry, handbags, scarves, gifts, greeting cards. Free gift wrapping.

BibleWalk features 78 scenes and 300 life-sized wax figures. Each scene is complemented by wall murals, original music, and narration. “Dinner with Grace” Christian dinner theater is open Mar-Dec. E5

(40.79394° -81.69936°) 624 Henry St., Dalton / 330-828-2466 buckeyeeventcenter.com / info@buckeyeexpo.com Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat by appointment

We host many different trade shows throughout the year, also auctions, receptions, conferences, corporate banquets, and more. Visit our website for upcoming events. Come see the possibilities! K7

BibleWalk

Buckeye Event Center LLC

Colonial Homestead Artisan Gallery (40.55412° -81.91801°) 55 W. Jackson St., Millersburg / 330-674-1955 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Fine art and artisan work pertaining to the colonial time period. Locally and nationally known artisans. No “crafts” or mass produced items. Weekly demos and exhibits. M8

The Coop

(40.50814° -81.60747°) 1373 Old Route 39 NW, Sugarcreek / 330-852-4026 dutchvalleygifts.com / info@dhgroup.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-8pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm

The Coop is a new favorite with our guests. Always changing. Always beautiful. Home décor. Beautiful boutique clothing and jewelry. Tasty treats. Delightful seasonal displays. Step inside. You’ll love this store! J7

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Country Craft Cupboard, Inc.

(40.56161° -81.79548°) 4813 E. Main St., Berlin / 330-893-3163 countrycraftcupboard.com / karen@countrycraftcupboard.com Dec-Mar: Mon-Thu 10am-4pm, Fri-Sat 10am-5pm Apr-Nov: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

An old country store filled with craft supplies, kits, fabrics, homespuns, patterns, samples. Room full of 100% wool, rug-hooking. Home of Backyard Friends original designs. Lower level: Christmas corner, upcycling, classes. 23


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Country Gatherings

(40.56088° -81.79326°) 4755 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-1174 shopcountrygatherings.com / info@oldeberlinvillage.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu, Sat 9am-6pm, Fri 9am-7pm

Colonial, primitive, and vintage country furnishings for your home and garden. Outdoor courtyard specializing in a large selection of fairy garden accessories, live plants, fountains, iron furniture and old world concrete! Trollbeads and Chamilia charms. B4

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Creative Outlet Indian Store (40.63573° -82.23594°)

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This old barn is full of new things! Affordable jewelry. Comfortable, fashionable clothing, hats and accessories. Seasonal décor. Garden items and specialty gifts. Three floors accessible by elevator. J7

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The Farm at Walnut Creek

(40.52024° -81.73565°) 4147 CR 114, Sugarcreek / 330-893-4200 thefarmatwalnutcreek.com / info@thefarmatwalnutcreek.com Apr-Oct: 8:30am-5pm; Nov-Mar: by appointment

Gospel Book Store

(40.56081° -81.79901°) 4900 Oak St., Berlin / 330-893-2523 mygospelbookstore.com / small@mygospelbookstore.com Mon-Thu 8:30am-6:30pm, Fri 8:30am-7pm, Sat 8:30am-5pm

Full-service Christian book store located in German Village Center. Great selection of the latest books, Bibles, gifts, and music. If we don’t have it, we’ll order it! Located behind Sol’s in Berlin. J7

Heini’s Cheese Chalet

(40.57393° -81.78175°) 6005 CR 77, Berlin / 330-893-2131 or 800-253-6636 heinis.com / info@heinis.com Jan-Apr: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm May-Dec: Mon-Sat 8am-6pm

Helping Hands Quilt Shop

(40.56140° -81.79561°) 4818 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-2233 helpinghandsquilts.com / orders@helpinghandsquilts.com Jan-Feb: Mon-Thu 10am-4pm, Fri-Sat 10am-5pm Mar-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

“A Destination Quilt Shop” est. 1974. Two floors and online shopping. More than 100 locally made quilts and gift items, 3,000 bolts of fabric, notions, stencils, quilt frames, embroidery, and yarn.

The Farm at Walnut Creek is a working farm with 120 acres. It is home to more than 700 animals including six giraffes, zebras, bison, and dozens of exotic animals. J7

(40.65588° -888111.63210°) 102 E. Main St., Wilmot / 330-359-0100 harvestthriftstore.com Mon-Sat 9:30am-5pm

Where the cheese is made! Enjoy a free factory tour and sample our all-natural cheeses. Also enjoy our homemade fudge, smoked meats, jams and jelly, hand-dipped ice cream, and customized gift packages.

Erb’s Stove Center See ad, page 26.

Harvest Thrift Store

Selling antiques, crafts, books, housewares, clothing and other fine quality donations. Proceeds benefit youth programs both locally and internationally. Visit our second location at 1915 SR 39, Sugarcreek.

Dutch Valley Gifts

(40.50814° -81.60747°) 1367 Old Route 39 E, Sugarcreek / 330-852-4926 dutchvalleygifts.com / info@dhgroup.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-8pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm

(40.52186° -81.80358°) 5025 SR 557, Charm / 330-893-3600 doughtyglenwinery.com / innkeeper@guggisbergswissinn.com Jan-Mar: Thu-Sat 12pm-9pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 12pm-8pm

Featuring a selection of estate wines. The perfect setting to getaway for the evening or the entire weekend. Located at Guggisberg Swiss Inn.

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Guggisberg’s Doughty Glen Winery

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Hershberger’s Bakery & Farm (40.54466° -81.82356°) 5452 SR 557, Millersburg / 330-674-6096 Jan-Mar: Tue-Sat 8am-5pm Apr-Oct: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm

Full-line bakery on premises. Fresh, home-grown produce in season. Free farm petting area. See Big Ben, Holmes County’s biggest Belgian horse. Buggy rides, pony rides. Gift and tack store.

Gramma Fannie’s Quilt Barn

(40.55018° -81.77944°) 4363 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-3243 grammafanniesquilts.com / tistheseasonchristmas@gmail.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Whether you’re looking for a quilt or fabrics to create your own quilt, we have a great selection. Quilt shop quality fabrics. One mile east of Berlin at Schrock’s Amish Farm. J8

Guggisberg Cheese

(40.52558° -81.80525°) 5060 SR 557, Charm / 330-893-2500 or 800-262-2505 Sun babyswiss.com / info@babyswiss.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 8am-6pm, Sun 11am-4pm

Watch U.S. and World Champion cheese being made at Guggisberg Cheese, home of the original Baby Swiss! Shop our unique gifts, specialty foods, and over 60 cheese varieties to sample. See ad, page 22. 24

AUGUST 8-13, 2016 8890 TR 301 Millersburg, Ohio 44654 www.holmescountyfair.com 330-674-0869

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Historic Downtown Millersburg

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(40.55406° -81.91678°) 330-674-2412 Sun historicdowntownmillersburg.com / hdmillersburg@yahoo.com

Visit our Victorian-era downtown! Millersburg offers merchandise handcrafted by local artisans, antiques, dining, pubs, lodging, museums, festivals, brewery, winery, Rails to Trails, and entertainment. Come shop…dine…and stay!

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Located a half-mile east of Berlin. With over 65 vendors, 50,000 sq. ft., singlelevel building with a food court. Climate controlled. Buses welcome! E4

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Handmade pottery fired in Ohio’s largest wood-burning kiln. We offer a standard line of pots from functional dinnerware to garden planters using traditional techniques. K7

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Two great stores now combined into one building! Unique country and primitive décor including curtains, rugs, American-made bedding, seasonal décor, lighting, reproduction furniture, tableware, and much more. Come be inspired! J7

Discover original ideas and unique décor for your home while experiencing our delightful shop. Lighted canvas, Luminara Candles, aqua fountains, sofa mirrors, trash bins, lanterns, welcome slates, and outside wrought iron.

Lehman’s

(40.74157° -81.74617°) 4779 Kidron Rd., Dalton / 800-438-5346 lehmans.com / info@lehmans.com Jan-May: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm Jun-Dec: Mon-Sat 8am-6pm

Lena’s House

(40.56132° -81.79443°) 4787 Main Street, Berlin / 330-893-3983 lenashouse.com / lenashouse@roadrunner.com Jan-Feb: Mon 10am-5pm, Thu-Sat 10am-5pm, Mar Mon-Sat 10am-5pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9-5:30

Visit this unique shop for your decorating needs. Gazing balls, iron wall art, braided rugs, seasonal items, solar items, crossbody leather purses, Swancreek Candles, candle warmers, florals, and timer candles.

Kaufman’s Kountry Accents

(40.56165° -81.79368°) 4765 US 62, Berlin / 330-893-3990 kaufmanskountryaccents.com / sales@kaufmanskountryaccents.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-5:30pm

(40.56180° -81.79976°) 4939 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-0048 cottagekits.com / toys@cottagekits.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Lehman’s is a place to embrace the past, from old-fashioned treats and sodas to practical, non-electric goods that help you live a simpler life. It is worth the trip to Kidron! See ad, page 29.

Homespun Treasures

(40.54500° -81.73761°) 3147 SR 39, Walnut Creek / 330-893-2134 homespunwalnutcreek.com / info@homespunwalnutcreek.com May-Oct: Mon-Sat 9am-5:30pm; Nov-Apr: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Kid’s Collection

Specialty toy store and baby fashion boutique featuring top brands: Mud Pie, Ruffle Butts, Usborne, Faber-Castell, Gund, games and much more!

Holmes County Pottery

(40.65052° -82.0816°) 8500 CR 373, Big Prairie / 330-496-2406 hcpottery@valkyrie.net Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

(40.50762° -81.78349°) 4465 SR 557, Charm / 330-893-2251 or 800-362-6682 keimlumber.com / contactkeim@keimlumber.com Mon 7am-7pm, Tue-Fri 7am-4:30pm, Sat 7:30am-noon

Discover a world of ideas for your home. Family owned since 1911, nestled on the hilltop in Charm, Ohio. Whether you’re remodeling or building new, Keim has something for you. See ad below.

Holmes County Flea Market

(40.55511° -81.78891°) 4550 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-0900 holmesfleamarket.com / manager@holmesfleamarket.com Mar 3-Dec 17: Thu-Sat 9am-5pm

Keim Lumber Company

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Light For My Path Candles

(40.60883° -81.91378 °) 8142 TR 574, Holmesville / 330-600-2229 Jan-March: Mon-Thu by chance or appt., Fri-Sat 10am-5pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Wed 10am-5pm, Thu by chance or appt., Fri-Sat 9am-5pm

Stop in, relax, and sniff your way through the store. The candles are made on premises with many scents for any season. Collectibles, gifts, and more. Buses and tours welcome!

Lumber Company

Keim Lumber is a complete home design center with a showroom of 125,000 square feet! Enjoy lunch at the full menu Carpenter’s Cafe while you shop!

A World of Ideas for Your Home

stoves • fireplaces • grills outdoor furniture

330.893.3903

4465 SR 557 Charm, OH 44617 Phone: 330-893-2251 Toll Free: 800-362-6682 www.keimlumber.com

Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-1 1 mile east of Berlin on SR 39 4100 State Route 39 Millersburg, OH 44654

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MCC Connections Thrift Shop

The Primitive Porch

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(40.75003° -81.74510°) 4080 Kidron Rd., Kidron / 330-857-7802 thrift.mcc.org/shops/kidron-thrift-shop Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Thurs 9am-8pm

(40.56149° -81.79552°) 4815 E. Main St., Berlin / 330-893-1013 theprimitiveporchinberlin.com customerservice@theprimitiveporchinberlin.com Jan-Mar Mon-Sat 10am-5pm Apr-Dec Mon-Thu 10am-5:30pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm

An upscale thrift shop. Find bargains in clothing, books, furniture, and more. Benefits Mennonite Central Committee’s mission globally and locally. J8

Proudly offering a large selection of primitive country home décor. Specializing in exclusive handmade items and antiques with seasonal accents. Located next to Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant in Berlin.

Miller’s Dry Goods

(40.50799° -81.78700°) 4500 SR 557, Charm / 330-893-9899 millersdrygoods.com / info@millersdrygoods.com Dec-Feb: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm Mar-Nov: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm

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One stop, two stores! 8,000 bolts of fabric, large selection of notions, batting and stencils. Locally made quilts, wall hangings, placemats, carpets and crafts. Visit our website for online shopping. J7

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Moxie is the hippest thing happening in Berlin! Unique clothing, furniture, and accessories are offered in a fun and friendly boutique. Great selection of Life is Good, colorful jewelry, shoes, handbags, scarves, and hair accessories. Don’t miss it! L2

(40.63559° -82.23565°) 223 W. Main St., Loudonville / 419-994-3751 rabyhardware.com / rabyhardware@yahoo.com Mon-Sat 9am-6pm

The nation’s oldest continuously family-owned and operated hardware store is in downtown Loudonville. Offering sporting goods, housewares, cast-iron cookware, paints, tools, plumbing, gardening, camping, pet, RV supplies, and more. Please stop in!

Moxie

(40.56175° -81.79648°) 4843 E. Main St., Berlin / 330-893-9184 info@oldeberlinvillage.com Jan- Mar: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-7pm

Raby Hardware General Store “Since 1885”

Ruth’s Amish Dolls

(40.62366° -81.69055°) 1930 US 62 NE, Winesburg / 330-359-5226 May-Oct: Mon-Sat 8am-6pm; Nov-Apr: by appointment

Take home an original! We make authentic collectable Amish dolls, doll clothes, and patterns.

Old World Polish Pottery (40.711281° -81.677139°)

See ad below.

Ohio Star Theater

(40.50881° -81.60720°) 1357 Old Route 39, Sugarcreek / 855-344-7547 ohiostartheater.com / info@dhgroup.com

Showing in 2016: Professional actors, intimate theater-in-the-round setting featuring: Josiah for President June-November, Mennonite Girls Can Cook September-November, and Our Christmas Dinner November-December. Shows Tuesday through Saturday. Matinees and evening shows. See ad, page 29.

Pine Tree Barn

OhioStarTheater.com

(40.74547° -81.98428°) 4374 Shreve Rd., Wooster / 330-264-1014 Sun pinetreebarn.com / info@pinetreebarn.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 10am-5pm

Restored 1868 Dutch bank barn featuring 25,000 sq. ft. of beautiful gifts, handcrafted furniture, home furnishings, interior design, and gourmet luncheon restaurant overlooking the Killbuck Valley and Christmas tree farm. See ad, page 33.

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Our Christmas Dinner Musical — Nov & Dec 2016

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Shop Open April 1 thru December 22 Mon-Sat – 10AM - 5PM · Closed Sunday

website: www.OldWorldPolishPottery.com Phone: 330-359-0185 · email: cservice@oldworldpolishpottery.com Located 2 miles north of Mt. Eaton, OH on State Route 241

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Ruttencutter’s Roost

Swissters

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(40.46160° -82.17644 °) Sun 15193 US 62, Brinkhaven / 740-599-2240 ruttencuttersroost.com / ruttencuttersroost@gmail.com Sun-Thu 9am-7pm, Fri 9am-5pm, Sat closed

(40.51148° -81.65366°) 1019 W. Main St., Sugarcreek / 330-852-3500 or 866-531-6446 swisstersohio.com / info@swisstersohio.com Mon-Thu 10am-6pm; Fri-Sat 10am-7pm

Conveniently located on US 62 at the entrance of Amish Country, we offer wonderfully detailed concrete statuary. High quality bird baths, benches, memorial stones, and much more. Open year-round. H7

Save & Serve Thrift Shop

Featuring wines from the top vineyards in Ohio and around the world, with eleven beers on tap, Heini’s all-natural cheeses, Ohio-made gourmet products, and live entertainment every Saturday from 1-4pm.

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(40.54135° -81.91642°) 1108 S. Washington St., Millersburg / 330-674-1323 saveandserve.org / info@saveandserve.org Mon-Sat 8:30am-5pm, Thu 8:30am-8pm

(40.54965° -81.77695°) 4363 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-3604 tistheseasonchristmas.com / tistheseasonchristmas@gmail.com Jan-Aug: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sept-Dec: Mon-Sat 10am-7pm

Find great bargains in clothing, toys, books, vintage, furniture, housewares, and more. Benefits Mennonite Central Committee’s mission. Meeting human need in the name of Christ, both locally and globally. See ad below. J7

Ohio’s largest year-round Christmas shop. Three floors of Christmas wonderland, thousands of ornaments, lights, trees, novelties, and lots of collectibles.

Trading Post Thrift Store

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Schrock’s Amish Farm & Village

(40.62325° -81.81101°) 7703 SR 241, Millersburg / 330-674-1778 tradingpostthriftstore.org / tim@tradingpostthriftstore.org Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-4pm

(40.55065° -81.77988°) 4359 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-3051 amishfarmvillage.com / Apr-Oct: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Take an Amish buggy ride and a self-guided Amish home tour. Visit the antique and craft malls, quilt shop, and other specialty shops. A great family destination. F6

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A non-profit thrift store specializing in clothes, furniture, books, tools, antiques. All profit is used to support Ohio Wilderness Boys Camp, a local organization designed to help troubled boys and hurting families.

Somewhere Sewing

(40.59026° -81.01844°) 11004 CR 320, Millersburg / 330-674-1677 somewheresewing.com / info@somewheresewing.com Jan-Dec: Wed-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 9am-3pm

Victorian House Museum and Millersburg Glass Museum

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8,000 bolts of quality quilting fabric, notions, and more. Authorized Brother and Babylock machine dealer. Machine repair and service onsite while you wait or by appointment Monday or Tuesday.

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Spies Farms Antiques

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Village of Sugarcreek (40.50306° -81.64096°)

See ad below.

(40.51745° -81.50748°) 2694 SR 39 NW, Dover / 330-343-8358 Jan-Feb: as weather permits; Mar-Dec: Mon-Wed by chance, Thu-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-5:30pm

Antiques, collectibles, “stuff and such” displayed in 100-year-old barn built with hand-hewn log beams, a unique home for one-of-a-kind vintage items. View restored log cabin on premises. K4

Swartzentruber Quilts

SUGARCREEK OHIO

(40.62641° -81.74235°) Mon-Fri 9am-5pm 7971 TR 654, Mt. Hope

Home of the Worlds Largest Cuckoo Clock

Home business. Hand-quilted quilts, baby quilts, wall hangings, and pillow covers. Also, pot holders, placemats, aprons, rugs, dolls, etc. No credit cards.

www.visitsugarcreek.com

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“You never know what you’ll find!”

Clothing-Books-Vintage-Furniture-Housewares-Toys & more

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Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market (40.51907° -81.69038°) 1900 SR 39, Sugarcreek / 330-852-0181 wcfleamarket.com / info@wcfleamarket.com Mar-Dec: Thu-Sat 9am-5pm

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55,500 sq. ft. of indoor shopping. All one level, air conditioned, pet friendly, live entertainment, monthly give-a-ways, special events, handicap friendly, easy access for buses; playground, live animals, indoor and outdoor seating, large-screen TVs airing sports all day. K7

Walnut Creek Business Association

(40.48868° -82.10319°) 13248 CR 6, Killbuck / 330-377-4190 wilsonscc.com / sales@wilsonscc.com Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Manufacturers of decorative concrete statuary for yard or home. Heated warehouse in winter. Quality products. Dependable service. Family owned and operated since 1985. Open year-round. See ad below. J7

(40.54151° -81.72286°) Walnut Creek / 330-893-2995 cometowalnutcreekohio.com

Delicious meals. Unique gifts, and finds. Comfortable lodging. Tasty treats. Family outings. Peaceful retirement. Walnut Creek is the ideal destination for a day or a lifetime. See ad below. K7

Wilson’s Country Creations, Inc.

Zinck’s Fabric Outlet

(40.55528° -81.78740°) 4568 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-7225 zincksinberlin.com Mon-Sat 8am-5pm

Fabric and notions at discount prices. All your quilting, sewing, and crafting needs in one convenient location. Large selection of quilting fabric, less than $5 per yard.

Walnut Creek Cheese

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See ad, page 41.

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Wendell August Forge (40.60083° -81.74361°)

See ad, page 33.

Like us for wonderful photos and reminders of why we love our area. Facebook.com/AmishCountryOH

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handcrafted gifts, ornaments, and home decor

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Recreation

Museums & Historical Sites J7

Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center/Behalt

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Amish Country Riding Stables

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German Culture Museum

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Fire Ridge Golf Course

See Attractions, Shops, & Artisans.

(40.54055° -81.72166°) 4877 Olde Pump St., Walnut Creek / 330-763-1390 germanculturemuseum.com / indiantree@valkyrie.net May-Oct: Thu-Sat noon-4pm

(40.55505° -81.90191°) 1001 E. Jackson St., Millersburg / 330-674-3921 Sun fireridgegolf.com / fireridgegolfcourse@embarqmail.com Mar-Oct: Mon-Sun 7am-dark

Why did the Amish come here? Is the eccentric ‘Father of Amish Country’ still alive? Hundreds of displays! Special tours by reservation. Lower floor of Walnut Creek Community Center, across from post office. H7 Sun

Victorian House Museum and Millersburg Glass Museum

Nestled in the rolling hills of Holmes County, Fire Ridge is a beautiful 18-hole course featuring well-maintained greens and fairways. For golfers of all levels, we’re sure you’ll enjoy! H7

(40.55935° -81.91846°) 484 Wooster Rd., Millersburg / 330-674-0022 or 888-201-0022 victorianhouse.org / info@holmeshistory.com Mar-Oct 31: Tue-Sun 1pm-4pm Nov 21-Dec 31: Sun-Thu 1pm-4pm, Fri-Sat 1pm-8pm

Listed in the National Historic Registry. Featured on HGTV, 28-room Victorian mansion located in Historic Millersburg. The largest public display of Millersburg Carnival and Crystal Glass. Self-guided tours. N8

See Hotels & Inns – Guggisberg Swiss Inn.

Warther Museum

(40.52529° -81.48748°) 331 Karl Ave., Dover / 330-343-7513 Sun warthers.com / kristenm@warthers.com Mon-Sun 9am-5pm

Holmes County Rails-to-Trails Coalition, Inc.

(40.55527° -81.92138°) 1 Trail Dr., Suite B, Millersburg / 330-674-0475 Sun holmestrail.org / holmestrail@embarqmail.com

15 miles from Fredericksburg to Killbuck through scenic Holmes County. One lane of the trail is asphalt for biking and pedestrian traffic; the other lane is chip-andseal for horse traffic. Benefit auction June 11, 2016. See ad, page 34.

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Loudonville Canoe Livery

(40.63585° -82.23951°) Sun 424 W. Main St., Loudonville / 419-994-4161 or 888-CANOELO loudonvillecanoe.com / locanoe@bright.net April 1-Nov 1: Mon-Sun 9am-6pm

“Downtown.” The livery with a choice! Canoeing, kayaking, rafting, and tubing from ½ hour to several days. New and used canoes and accessories. Moonlight trips, catering, primitive camping. River Room Lounge.

Warther Museum is home of the world famous woodcarvings of steam engines by Ernest Mooney Warther. Carved of ivory, ebony, and walnut, Mrs. Warther’s button collection and Swiss-style gardens. See ad, below.

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(40.61740° -82.25342°) Sun 3058 SR 3 S., Loudonville / 419-994-2267 or 419-994-4097 mohicanadventures.com / info@mohicanadventures.com Apr-Oct: Sun-Sat 9am-9pm; Nov-Mar: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

The best of Mohican in one place! River trips, aerial adventure park, deluxe cabins, full-service RV sites, adventure golf & go karts, swimming, Wi-Fi, indoor pool, lake with beach, modern shower houses.

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Mohican Adventures Canoe, Camp, Cabins & Fun Center

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Tree Frog Canopy Tours

(40.544417° -82.208317°) Sun 21899 Wally Rd., Glenmont / 740-599-2662 treefrogcanopytours.com / info@treefrogcanopytours.com May 1-Oct 31: Mon-Sun 9am-5pm

Ohio’s longest, highest, and fastest canopy tour. Soar through the tree tops via 7 ziplines, 2 suspended bridges, and 2 rappels! Or try our new 60' free fall! Mohican area’s most exciting adventure.

331 Karl Ave. Dover, OH 44622 (330) 343-7513 www.warthers.com kristenm@warthers.com

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Holmes County Trail Benefit Auction

Willandale Golf Company

(40.52516° -81.61537°) 2870 Winklepleck Rd. NW, Sugarcreek / 330-852-4395 willandalegolf.com / Sun-Sat 6:30am-9:30pm

Beautiful 27-hole public golf course in the middle of Amish country. Check out the fully stocked pro-shop, log clubhouse or just hit the driving range. Open year round.

June 11, 2016

Hipp Station ~ Millersburg, Ohio

Holmes County Facts

Come and explore Holmes County’s treasured gem, the first trail in the nation to accommodate horse drawn buggies and other forms of nonmotorized recreation.

“Rails to Trails”

The Holmes County Trail is the nation’s first trail designed to accommodate Amish buggies.

Find detailed Auction and Trail information at:

www.holmestrail.org Contact the Trail Office at: 1 Trail Drive, Suite B, Millersburg, OH 44654 - Phone (330)674-0475 - Email: holmestrail@embarqmail.com

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Alpine Cabinets of Holmes County, LLC (40.62356° -81.67863°) 2100 US 62, Winesburg / 330-359-5764 amishcustomcabinets.com / sales@alpine-cabinets.com Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat 9am-1pm

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Designing handcrafted custom cabinetry for every room of your home, in an array of wood species, styles, and finishes. Visit our new showroom in the restored log house in historic Winesburg. Family owned and operated since 1987. B4

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Ohio’s original Amish furniture store since 1982. Outdoor, dining, living room, bedroom and office furniture in your choice of style, wood, color, and hardware. High-quality, Amish-built mattress sets and more. D6

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Amish-crafted furniture made just for you. Dining room, bedroom, and living room suites. Baby and youth furniture, hickory rockers, office furniture, heritage lace, lawn furniture, and more. Est. 1988. J7

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Where comfort, quality, and fair prices meet. Hardwood and upholstered furniture with expression. Discover unique styles or customize. Handcrafted by family and select local craftsmen. 40 years family owned. Relaxed, non-commercialized. Shipping nationwide. See ad, page 40.

AUTHENTIC TIMELESS ORIGINALS VISIT OUR STORE. TOUR OUR FACTORY.

(40.62950° -81.78445°) 8233 SR 241, Mt. Hope / 330-674-4902 or 866-674-4902 homesteadfurnitureonline.com / info@homesteadfurnitureonline.com Mon-Sat 8:30am-5pm

Kauffman Lawn Furniture

(40.56893° -81.78467°) 4540 US 62, Berlin / 330-893-3149 or 877-219-2741 kauffmanlawnfurniture.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm; Apr-Dec: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 8am-5pm

Complete line of outdoor furniture, gazebos, playsets, playhouses, barns, log cabins, hunting blinds, birdfeeders, hickory furniture, poly products, planters, fence, decks, lighthouses, patio sets, swings, gliders, arbors, pergolas, animal shelters, etc.

Country Furniture

(40.57145° -81.77646°) 4329 CR 168, Millersburg / 330-893-4455 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Homestead Furniture

Area’s largest selection of American-made hardwood furniture, upholstery and accessories. Come let us create your custom piece, tour our factory and relax in the arboretum. See ad, page 36.

Amish Traditions Distributing, Inc.

(40.59519° -82.09852°) 13233 SR 39, Nashville / 330-378-2791 or 888-292-6474 amishtraditions.com / buyamish@amishtraditions.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

(40.70841° -81.68138°) 7412 Massillon Rd. SW, Navarre / 330-359-6251 greenacresfurniture.com / leon@greenacresfurniture.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Designers, manufacturers, and retailers of high-end hardwood furniture. Handcrafted in our own workshop. Custom-made for you. 45,000-square-foot showroom and manufacturing, family owned and operated since 1988. See ad, page 38

Amish Oak Furniture Co.

(40.63582° -82.23656°) 268 W. Main St., Loudonville / 419-994-5595 or 800-686-8855 Sun amishoak.com / sales@amishoak.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-5pm

Green Acres Furniture Ltd.

Miller’s Rustic Furniture

(40.51890° -81.84316°) 6101 CR 68, Millersburg / 330-674-9709 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-4pm

Area’s largest selection of log and rustic furniture. Bedroom, dining, living room, slab-top tables, outdoor, and occasional furniture. Aspen, hickory, red cedar, pine, and barn wood. Family owned and operated.

Love it.

Bridgeport Bed enjoyed by our son, Mason.

We employ the finest artisans to craft Bespoke, heirloom furniture just for you.

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4760 East Main St. (Downtown) Berlin, OH 44610

866.674.4902 8233 St. Rt. 241• Mt. Hope, OH 44660 www.HomesteadFurniture.Online.com

Phone: 330-893-2242

VISIT: SchrocksHeritageFurniture.com

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Mullet Cabinet

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(40.61601° -81.82181°) 7488 SR 241, Millersburg / 330-674-9646 mulletcabinet.com / info@mulletcabinet.com Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm, Sat 9am-12pm

Family-owned manufacturer of handcrafted custom cabinetry. Visit our Design Center for a sample of our amazing custom color abilities, complete finish gallery and various settings for inspiration. K5

Pleasant View Furniture

Handcrafted Amish furniture. 15,000 sq. ft. of fine furniture to choose from or have it custom made. Upholstered bedroom, dining room, living room, office, and nursery. Poly rockers for your patio or porch. J3

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Visit our full line of over 12,000 sq. ft. of quality, solid hardwood furniture for every room in your home. Including upholstered sofas, loveseats, recliners, and outdoor. Maintenance-free poly. Porch swings, gliders. J7

Schrock’s Heritage Furniture

(40.56086° -81.79397°) 4760 E. Main St., Berlin / 330-893-2242 schrocksheritagefurniture.com / sales@schrocksheritagefurniture.com May-Nov: Mon-Thu 9am-6pm Dec-Apr: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

(40.64469° -81.71465°) 985 W. Main St., Sugarcreek / 330-852-4752 troyerfurniture.com / jeremy@troyerfurniture.com Mon-Thu 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-6pm

Walnut Creek Furniture

(40.546522° -81.745731°) 3473 SR 39, Walnut Creek / 330-893-3383 or 877-893-9231 walnutcreekfurniture.com / store@walnutcreekfurniture.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Fri 10am-6pm

Wide variety of quality furniture. Industrial, contemporary, traditional; there is something for everyone. Locally crafted that can be made to fit your home’s needs. From wall décor to complete room solutions. M8

Schrock’s Heritage Furniture has been located in downtown Berlin for nearly 30 years. Discover your perfect match in Amish-made bedrooms, dining rooms, entertainment centers, and custom designs. 13,000 sq.ft. of furniture ideas. See ad, page 37. J4

Troyer Furniture

Our American-made store is nestled in the heart of Amish Country along State Route 39. Our friendly staff is waiting to help you find the perfect piece for your home. See ad, below.

Schlabach Furniture

(40.69730° -81.77342°) 11463 Harrison Rd., Apple Creek / 330-695-2249 Mon 9am-7pm, Tue-Sat 9am-5pm

(40.52122° -81.71261°) 2431 SR 39, Sugarcreek / 330-403-4271 swissvalleyfurniture.com / sales@swissvalleyfurniture.com Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Featuring a complete line of hardwood furniture, handcrafted on site. Specializing in custom design and building. Browse our huge showroom, located one mile east of Walnut Creek. Furniture for life. M8

(40.59393° -81.75141°) 3599 US 62, Dundee / 330-893-4322 / Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Swiss Valley Furniture

Weaver Furniture

(40.50833° -81.59266°) 7011 Old Route 39, Sugarcreek / 330-852-2701 weaverfurniture.com / sales@weaverfurniture.com Mon-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-7pm

Your furniture destination. Weaver’s specializes in customized Amish-handcrafted furniture, fine upholstery, and exclusive patio collections. Our in-house design center allows you to customize your American-made masterpieces.

Stone Barn Furnishings, Inc.

(40.64469° -81.77770°) 8613 TR 635, Mt. Hope / 330-674-2064 stonebarnfurnishings.com / sales@stonebarnfurnishings.com Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Furniture customized with distinctive designs and specialty finishes all accented with unique décor. The county’s only Wellness Studio featuring Perfect and Massage Chairs, Original Air Beds by Comfortaire. Stone Barn is where locally made furniture is taken to the next level! J7

Studio 4 Designs

(40.56113° -81.79532°) 4810B E. Main St., Berlin / 330-893-1140 studio4designs.com Mon 10am-4pm, Wed-Sat 10am-5pm

A unique selection of furniture, accessories, vintage, and one-of-a-kind repurposed items. From light fixtures to custom furniture, we have something to accent your home.

Swartzentruber

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800.807.0975

info.oh@greenacresfurniture.com www.greenacresfurniture.com

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Ashery Country Store

(40.65325° -81.76480°) 8922 SR 241, Fredericksburg / 330-359-5615 asherycountrystore.com / bulkfood@asherycountrystore.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm, Sat 8am-5pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm

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Swissters

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Troyer’s A Country Market

A quaint Amish Country bulk food store. Free samples, thrifty Thursday, special events, and great prices. While visiting enjoy your time with an ice cream cone on the front porches as you watch Amish Country clip clop by. See ad, page 41. M8

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Local deli meats and cheeses; fresh and frozen meat; delicious dips and cheese balls. Bring a cooler and stock up! Open until 8pm April through December. Seven miles west of I-77. J8

Guggisberg Cheese

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Heini’s Cheese Chalet

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Moreland Fruit Farm

See Attractions, Shops, & Artisans.

(40.71194° -81.96905°) 1558 W. Moreland Rd., Wooster / 330-264-8735 morelandfruitfarm.com / mrsfinney@morelandfruitfarm.com See website for seasonal hours.

(40.58615° -81.70633°) 6552 SR 515, Trail / 330-893-2414 or 877-893-2414 troyerstrail.com / kentroyer@troyerstrail.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 7am-3:30pm Apr-Dec: Mon-Fri 7am-5pm, Sat 7am-4pm

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Walnut Creek Cheese

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Winesburg Meats Inc.

See ad below.

(40.614683° -81.697567°) 2181 US 62, Winesburg / 330-359-5092 Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-3pm

One of Holmes County’s best kept secrets. Family owned since 1959. We smoke our own line of award-winning meats. Fresh meats and cheese available. Remember to bring your cooler.

Nature’s Food Market

(40.55304° -81.78265°) 5201 CR 77, Berlin / 330-893-3786 troyercheese.com / retailcs@troyercheese.com Mon-Sat 8am-6pm, Fri 8am-7pm

Offering organic foods, vitamins and supplements. Nature’s Food Market is now located inside Troyer’s A Country Market, at State Route 39 and County Road 77 in Berlin. H7

Troyer’s Trail Bologna, Inc.

Home of “Genuine Trail Bologna” quality since 1912. Old-fashioned general store featuring meats, cheese, jams, jellies, noodles, etc.

See Attractions, Shops, & Artisans. See ad, page 22.

Farm market features our fruits, vegetables, and jams. Many fruits for u-pick. Spring flowers, mums, fresh cider in season, gift certificates. Order apple gift boxes to ship; fruit baskets. J7

(40.55304° -81.78265°) handicap accessible 5201 CR 77, Millersburg / 330-893-3786 troyerscountrymarket.com Apr-Oct: Mon-Wed & Sat 8am-6pm, Thurs-Fri 8am-7pm Nov-Mar: Mon-Thurs & Sat 8am-6pm, Fri 8am-7pm

The best of Amish Country foods all under one roof, including award-winning meats, cheeses, Amish Wedding jar goods, bulk foods, and fresh produce from local farmers.

Dutch Valley Market

(40.50835° -81.60623°) 1411 Old Route 39, Sugarcreek / 330-852-2631 dutchvalleymarket.com / info@dhgroup.com Jan-Mar: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm; Apr-Dec: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm

See Attractions, Shops, & Artisans.

Rodhe’s IGA Marketplace

(40.54340° -81.91262°) 2105 Glen Dr., Millersburg / 330-674-7075 Sun rodhesiga.com / info@rodhesiga.com Mon-Sat 7am-9pm, Sun 9am-6pm

Family-owned supermarket since 1934. Fresh, quality foods with friendly service! Featuring our Homestyle Deli with breakfast, lunch, dinner selections and seating availability. Floral shop and Ritzman Pharmacy located inside.

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- Baked Goods - Candy - Deli Items - Homemade Noodles - Nuts and Snack Mixes - Homemade Jams and Jellies and Much More!

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Built by SELECT local craftsmen. kstore See and feel theb o odifference.

Furniture since 1976

40 Years of Exceptional Quality, Dependability and Value. 330.893.4455 4329 CR 168 Millersburg, OH 44654 1 mile NE of Berlin in Bunker Hill

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Amish Door Restaurant and Village

(40.65626° -81.63892°) 1210 Winesburg St., US 62, Wilmot / 330-359-5464 or 888-264-7436 amishdoor.com / thevillage@amishdoor.com Mon-Sat 7am-8pm

Discover the Amish Door difference with our restaurant, bakery, banquet center, luxurious inn, specialty shops, market and deli, dinner theater, and more! Visit our website for our list of events! H7

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(40.754628° -81.842772°) Sun 546 W. Main, Apple Creek / 330-698-1423 debsgoldenbear.com / dbergeron04@gmail.com Deb’s Golden Bear: Mar-Sep: Mon-Sat 11am-9pm, Sun noon-9pm Deb’s Den: Jan-Dec: Tues-Fri 11am-8pm, Sat 8am-8pm, Sun 9am-3pm

Enjoy great food and homemade ice cream treats at the seasonal Bear Drive-in. The Den restaurant features handcrafted sandwiches, homemade soups, sides, and special plates, along with Deb’s special homemade ice cream treats.

Bags Sports Pub

(40.55429° -81.91634°) 88 E. Jackson St., Suite A., Millersburg / 330-674-0279 Sun bagspub.com / bagssportspub@gmail.com Sun-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm

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Bags Sports Pub, located in Historic Downtown Millersburg, creates a friendly, neighborhood pub atmosphere. Featuring daily specials, homemade burgers, and savory steaks. Visit our website for a full menu. J7

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Before or after you shop-till-you-drop, enjoy a delicious Amish kitchen cooking meal with us. In Berlin, one block north of the square, right on North Street. Plenty of parking. J7

Boyd and Wurthmann Restaurant

(40.56166° -81.79595°) 4819 E. Main St., Berlin / 330-893-3287 boydandwurthmann.com / boydandwurthmann@yahoo.com Mon-Sat 5:30am-8pm

“Where the locals eat.” Since 1938, serving all your favorite Amish-style meals in a down-home atmosphere. Offering daily specials and a variety of homemade pies. Home of 75 cent coffee. ATM available. M8

Breitenbach Café

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Broken Rocks Café & Bakery

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Dutch Valley Restaurant

(40.50853° -81.60836°) 1343 Old Route 39, Sugarcreek / 330-852-4627 dutch-valley.com / info@dhgroup.com Mon-Sat 7am-8pm

Granary Luncheon Restaurant at Pine Tree Barn

See Attractions, Shops, & Artisans – Pine Tree Barn. See ad, page 33. H7

Hotel Millersburg Restaurant

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Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen

See Hotels & Inns.

(40.62432° -81.78525°) 8010 SR 241, Mt. Hope / 330-674-0922 mrsyoderskitchen.com / info@mrsyoderskitchen.com Mon-Sat 7am-8pm

Delicious home-style meals and desserts. Featuring wedding steak, datenut pudding. Country breakfast buffet Wed. and Sat. mornings. Also, dinner buffet available every Sat. all day. Daily lunch buffet May-Nov.

Casual dining with upscale appeal. Hand-crafted pasta, pizza, soup, salad, sandwiches, steaks, and dessert. Artisan breads baked daily. Wine list and full bar.

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Rodhe’s IGA Marketplace

Chalet in the Valley

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Quince Bakery & Café

(40.52478° -81.80469°) 5060 SR 557, Charm / 330-893-2550 / chaletinthevalley.com Sun Mar-Oct: Tue-Sat 11am-8pm, Sun 11am-3pm Nov-Dec: Tue-Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 11am-4pm ; Jan-Feb closed

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Cindy’s Diner

(40.56120° -81.79387°) 4774 US 62, Berlin / 330-893-3400 cindysdinerberlin.com / cinderella61666@aol.com Jun-Oct: Mon-Sat 11am-8pm; Jan: Closed; Nov-May: see website for hours

Winner of 2008, 2009, 2011 Harvest Fest Rib Cook-off! Delicious home-cooked meals in 50’s atmosphere! Featuring daily luncheon specials, homemade cream pies, Amish date pudding, 24 flavors ice cream. Home of the “Berlin Burger” and “Diner Dog.”

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(40.74135° - 81.74497°) 4776 Kidron Rd., Kidron / 330-816-2033 Quincebakeryandcafe.com Mon-Sat 7am-3pm

Homemade sandwiches, soups and salads. Retail and wholesale artisan breads, pastries, donuts, cakes, all-fruit pies and cookies. Breakfast all day. Daily specials, catering and gluten-free options available.

Have dinner in Switzerland today! Enjoy schnitzel, fondue, strudel, and many other authentically prepared favorites along with American classics with a European twist. Dine while overlooking the beautiful Doughty Valley. J7

(40.54150° -81.72186°) 4967 SR 515, Walnut Creek / 330-893-2981 derdutchman.com / info@dhgroup.com Mon-Sat 7am-8pm

Enjoy the buffet all day, every day (closed Sunday). Relax in a rocker on our porch while she shops, take a carriage ride. Experience our live theater. It is all here.

See Attractions, Shops, & Artisans.

(40.79821° -81.93930°) 123 E. Liberty St., Wooster / 330-263-2949 Sun brokenrockscafe.com / brokenrocks@gmail.com Mon-Thu 9am-9pm, Fri-Sat 9am-10pm

Der Dutchman Restaurant

If you are hungry and in need of comfort food, this is the place to be. Real mashed potatoes, delicious noodles, and hot and juicy chicken. All-time favorite for 47 years.

Berlin Farmstead Restaurant

(40.56455° -81.79252°) 4757 TR 366, Berlin / 330-893-4600 berlinfarmstead.com / info@dhgroup.com Mon-Sat 7am-8pm

Deb’s Golden Bear Drive-In and Deb’s Den Restaurant

Rebecca’s Bistro

(40.54143° -81.72106°) 4986 Walnut St., Walnut Creek / 330-893-2668 rebeccasbistro.com Mon-Sat 8am-3pm

Since opening in October of 2002, Rebecca’s has been artfully creating fresh, local meals. Please stop by on your next visit to Amish Country.

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Hotels & Inns

Route 83 Restaurant

(40.61889° -81.91852°) 7501 SR 83, Holmesville / 330-279-3663 Sun route83restaurant.com / customerservice@route83restaurant.com Mon-Sun 6am-9pm

A full menu of chef-inspired recipes is offered with something for everyone. We are conveniently located in the country by the Holmes County Trail. Breakfast is served all day. Wi-Fi. I6

Tarragon at The Inn at Honey Run

(40.57300° -81.87163°) 6920 CR 203, Millersburg / 330-674-0011 or 800-468-6639 Sun innathoneyrun.com / info@innathoneyrun.com Mon-Sun 8am-9pm

Enjoy seasonally inspired menus and local ingredients. Casual upscale dining offering American cuisine with an international influence, complemented with wine or spirits. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served daily; reservations suggested.

Members of the Amish Country Lodging Council, an organization administered by the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau, are a local community of hotels, inns, and B&Bs committed to providing quality hospitality and guest satisfaction for visitors to Amish Country.

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Amish Country Lodging of Berlin

(40.56179° -81.79794°) Sun 4895 W. Main St., Berlin / 330-893-1300 or 877-99-SLEEP amishcountrylodging.com / amishcountrylodging@gmail.com

Log cabins, suites, cottages, and treehouses! Jacuzzis, fireplaces, billiards, hot tubs, onsite spa. Perfect for couples and families. Great locations in Berlin. A place to return to year after year. Open year-round. No smoking. See ad, page 44. J7

Beautiful country lodging accommodations in the heart of Ohio’s Amish Country.

Berlin Grande Hotel

(40.565206, -81.794047) 4787 CR 366, Berlin / 877-446-4564 Sun berlingrandehotel.com / guestservices@berlingrandehotel.com

877-99-SLEEP 330-893-1300 www.amishcountrylodging.com

Located steps from downtown Berlin, the Berlin Grande Hotel features 78 well-appointed guest rooms. Indulge in a luxurious upscale hotel featuring complimentary breakfast, indoor pool, and much more. See ad, page 44.

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URBAN STYLE, WARM WELCOME Spacious rooms & suites Microwaves, refrigerators & coffee makers Indoor heated pool, whirlpool Fitness center Complimentary breakfast

4787 Township Road, 366 • P.O. Box 449 Berlin, Ohio 44610 P: 330.403.3050 • F: 330.403.3056 www.berlingrandehotel.com J7

Berlin Resort

(40.55663° -81.82076°) 5330 CR 201, Millersburg / 330-893-3000 or 800-935-5218 Sun Berlinresort.net / innkeeper@berlinresort.net

Located one mile west of downtown Berlin. Berlin Resort offers luxurious guest rooms along with numerous amenities including private theater, fitness complex, indoor pool, fire-pits, walking path, and much more!

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Berlin Village Inn

(40.55993° -81.80663°) Sun 5135 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-2861 or 800-869-7571 berlinvillageinn.com / info@berlinvillageinn.com

This quaint 22-room inn is locally owned and is located in the heart of Amish Country. Our rooms are exceptionally clean and affordable. Enjoy free Wi-Fi, free continental breakfast, and early check-in. See ad, page 44. J7

Carlisle Country Inn Berlin

(40.56578° -81.79705°) Sun 5676 TR 362, Berlin / 330-893-1122 or 855-400-2275 carlisleinns.com / info@dhgroup.com

On quiet North Market St. in Berlin, within walking distance of all that Berlin offers. Six guest rooms and one suite. Great wedding location, family reunion location or girlfriend getaway spot! See ad, page 46. M8

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Carlisle Inn Sugarcreek

(40.50881° -81.60720°) 1357 Old Route 39, Sugarcreek / 330-852-2586 or 855-411-2275 Sun carlisleinns.com / info@dhgroup.com

Seven miles from Exit 83 off I-77 in Dover. Dutch Valley Restaurant, Gifts, Market, The Coop and Ohio Star Theater all within walking distance. See ad, back cover.

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Carlisle Inn Walnut Creek

(40.54171° -81.72339°) 4949 Walnut St., Walnut Creek / 330-893-3636 or 855-400-2275 Sun carlisleinns.com / info@carlisleinns.com

Enjoy great food next door at Der Dutchman. Soak in the beautiful view of Goosebottom Valley. Experience the peace and comfort of our inn. See ad, back cover.

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Comfort Inn Dover

(40.52739° -81.49690°) 2024 SR 39 NW, Dover / 330-364-8881 Sun choicehotels.com/hotels/oh443 / gm.oh443@choicehotels.com

Newly renovated in 2014. Located minutes from Amish Country’s attractions. Indoor pool and hot tub. Free hot breakfast, wireless internet, award-winning service and hospitality.

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2015 Choice Hotels Platinum Award recipient. 59-room, 100% smoke-free hotel. Complimentary hot breakfast and Wi-Fi. Indoor heated salt pool and whirlpool. All rooms have microwave and fridge. All-white bedding package and two pillow options. See ad, page 47.

Comfort Suites Berlin

(40.56263° -81.79455°) 4810 TR 366, Berlin / 330-893-7400 or 866-999-9339 Sun choicehotels.com/hotel/oh243 / comfortsuitesberlin@gmail.com

Comfort Suites 2015 Hotel of the Year. 2015 full interior renovation. 100% smokefree, hot breakfast, upgraded free wi-fi and exercise room, and indoor pool. See ad, page 47.

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Econo Lodge Wooster offers 89 spacious rooms close to Amish Country in Wooster. Complimentary breakfast, USA Today, pet friendly (small fee), ground-floor rooms, indoor pool. Truck, bus parking. Lounge karaoke Fri-Sat. Restaurant onsite.

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Conveniently located at the gateway to Amish Country. You will feel at home with great services, including fresh cookies, free hot breakfast buffet, wireless internet, and an indoor swimming pool and hot tub.

(40.52186° -81.80358°) Sun 5025 SR 557, Charm / 330-893-3600 or 877-467-9477 guggisbergswissinn.com

Truly a hidden treasure in Amish Country. Close to local attractions yet set back from it all. Hot breakfast and evening snack included. Horseback riding and winery now on premises. N8

Hampton Inn New Philadelphia

(40.49361° -81.47471°) 1299 W. High Ave., New Philadelphia / 330-339-7000 Sun newphiladelphia.hamptoninn.com / nphoh_hampton@hilton.com

Ideally located at I-77 exit 81, just minutes from Amish Country! Enjoy our free hot breakfast buffet, indoor pool, hot tub, free Wi-Fi and spacious guestrooms, as well as Hampton’s 100% Satisfaction Guarantee! See ad below.

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Hampton Inn Newcomerstown

(40.28588° -81.56870°) 200 Morris Crossing, Newcomerstown / 740-498-9800 Sun newcomerstown.hamptoninn.com / nwcoh_hampton@hilton.com

Enjoy award-winning accommodations and service at an affordable rate. The beautiful, short drive from Amish Country will be well worth your time! Free hot breakfast buffet, indoor pool, hot tub, Wi-Fi and more! See ad below.

Dutch Host Inn

THE GATEWAY TO OHIO AMISH New Philadelphia: 330-339-7000 Newcomerstown: 740-498-9800 Wooster: 330-345-4424 -

(40.50935° -81.61906°) 1021 Dover Rd., Sugarcreek / 330-852-2468 or 800-428-0075 Sun dutchhostinn.com

33-guestroom inn owned by Mennonite family. Amenities include refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers, cable TV, and free Wi-Fi. Also Jacuzzi and fireplace rooms. Plan your stay at one of the prettiest and cleanest places in Amish Country.

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Guggisberg Swiss Inn/ Amish Country Riding Stables

Country Inn and Suites

(40.52634° -81.49485°) 1120 Gateway Place, Dover / 330-365-9388 Sun countryinns.com/doveroh

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Econo Lodge Wooster

(40.79522° -81.90626°) 2137 E. Lincoln Way, Wooster / 330-264-8883 Sun choicehotel.com / econowooster@yahoo.com

Comfort Inn Millersburg

(40.54230° -81.91509°) 1102 Glen Dr., Millersburg / 330-674-7400 or 877-411-7400 Sun choicehotels.com/hotel/oh027 / comfortinnmillersburg@gmail.com

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Hampton Inn Wooster

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(40.85153° -81.94721°) 4253 Burbank Rd., Wooster / 330-345-4424 Sun wooster.hamptoninn.com / woooh_hampton@hilton.com

Just a short drive from Amish Country, we offer beautiful guestrooms, free hot breakfast buffet, free hot beverages 24/7, indoor pool, fitness room and Hampton’s 100% Satisfaction Guarantee! See ad, page 47.

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Hilton Garden Inn Wooster

Beautiful, short drive from the south side of Wooster to the heart of Amish Country! Enjoy our well-appointed, full-service accommodations and hotel featuring restaurant, lounge, indoor pool, whirlpool and fitness center. See ad, page 47.

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(40.57300° -81.87163°) 6920 CR 203, Millersburg / 330-674-0011 or 800-468-6639 Sun innathoneyrun.com / info@innathoneyrun.com

Experience our sophisticated boutique resort featuring a serene oasis providing luxury accommodations with valley views, woodland trails, on-site restaurant and lounge. Preferred venue for meetings and events.

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(40.77575° -81.92726°) 959 Dover Rd., Wooster / 330-202-7701 Sun wooster.hgi.com / cakwo-salesadm@hilton.com

Hotel Millersburg

(40.55413° -81.91758°) 35 W. Jackson St., Millersburg / 330-674-1457 or 800-822-1457 Sun hotelmillersburg.com / info@hotelmillersburg.com Restaurant: Mon-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 11am-3pm

Inn at Amish Door

(40.65433° -81.63979°) 1210 Winesburg St., US 62, Wilmot / 330-359-7996 or 888-264-7436 Sun amishdoor.com / thevillage@amishdoor.com

Featuring a beautiful country setting with 52 finely appointed guestrooms, indoor pool, hot tub, comfortable gathering areas, deluxe continental breakfast, conference room, dinner theater packages, and much more!

Landoll’s Mohican Castle

(40.57297° -82.23418°) 561 TR 3352, Loudonville / 419-994-3427 Sun Landollsmohicancastle.com / info@landollsmohicancastle.com

Enjoy the majesty of times past in a unique hotel, restaurant, and event center nestled deep in the heartland of Mohican Country. Hotel open year-round. Please call for restaurant hours.

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Oak Ridge Inn

(40.54018° -81.72828°) 4845 Milo Dr., TR 403, Walnut Creek Sun 330-893-3811 or 800-723-6300 oakridgeinn-walnutcreek.com / oakridgeinn@gmail.com

Historic Hotel Millersburg, circa 1847, offers 32 Victorian-era rooms with antiques throughout. Casual restaurant and tavern serving Certified Angus Beef. 3 banquet rooms, elevator, Wi-Fi, downtown shopping and attractions. M4

The Inn at Honey Run

The most awesome view you will ever experience along with a very peaceful setting. The best rooms you will find in Holmes County with two-person Jacuzzis, fireplaces, and patios. See ad, page 48. J7

The Oaks Inn

(40.56180° -81.79293°) Sun 4752 US 62, Berlin / 330-893-3061 or 800-246-2504 oaksinnberlin.com / theoaks@oldeberlinvillage.com

Comfort and serenity describe the rooms/suites that greet you! Families or groups love to rent the whole inn at great rates! Stroll to town or visit our shops around the corner and enjoy discounts by being a guest. A/C and wireless. No smoking or pets.

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• Complimentary Hot Breakfast Buffet • Indoor Pool, Whirlpool, and Sauna • Features an on Site Pub Jacuzzi and fireplace rooms available.

1186 W High Ave New Philadelphia, OH 44663

• Event Consultant • Personal Chef and Culinary Team • Off-Site Catering

theschoenbrunninn.com

800.929.7799 330.339.4334

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• 62 Well Appointed Guest Rooms & Suites

• Complimentary High Speed Internet Access

• All Rooms Feature Kitchenettes with Mini Refrigerators & Microwaves

• Complimentary Hot Breakfast Buffet

• Indoor Heated Swimming Pool, Whirlpool & Fitness Center

“Located in the Heart of Amish Country!”

• Features a Plush Board Room and Spacious Conference Room

4703 State Route 39 Berlin, Ohio 44610

330.893.6600 www.zincksinn.com innkeeper@zincksinn.com

Each Room Includes: Breakfast Evening Snacks Cable TV Refrigerator

800-824-2013

WALLHOUSEHOTEL.COM

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Ramada Limited

(40.59292° -81.52606°) 509 S. Wooster Ave., Strasburg / 330-878-1400 or 800-272-6232 Sun strasburgramadalimited.com / ramadaltd@tusco.net

Conveniently located at I-77 exit 87, on SR 250, just minutes from Amish Country attractions. Enjoy our newly opened Broken Niblick Pub, hot continental breakfast, indoor pool, and free Wi-Fi.

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Rodeway Inn

(40.79548° -81.90770°) 2055 E. Lincolnway, Wooster / 330-262-5008 Sun choicehotels.com/hotels/oh376 / gm.oh376@choicehotels.com

Choice Award Winning hotel near historic downtown Wooster. Amenities include continental breakfast, indoor pool, spa. Rooms feature microwaves, refrigerators. Area attractions include Everything Rubbermaid, Lehman’s, Smucker’s, and Cat’s Meow.

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Schoenbrunn Inn

(40.49308° -81.46921°) open Sunday, wifi, handicap accessible 1186 W. High Ave., New Philadelphia / 330-339-4334 Sun theschoenbrunninn.com / reservations@theschoenbrunninn.com

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(40.38314° -82.21171°) 29683 Walhonding Rd., Danville / 740-599-6107 Sun info@whiteoakinn.com / whiteoakinn.com

Secluded country inn. Ten rooms, two log cabins. Two pet-friendly rooms. Full breakfast, gourmet dinners available. Offering murder mysteries, elopement and wedding packages, massages, whirlpool tubs, fireplaces and free Wi-Fi.

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Sojourner’s Lodge and Log Cabin Suites See Cabins & Cottages.

L5 Stone House Lodge and Stone (40.61622°,-81.69442°) Sun 2106 Main St., Winesburg / 330-231-7751 amishcountrystonelodge.com bookings@amishcountrystonelodge.com

Cottage Inn

The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast

(40.57272° -81.86958°) 6838 CR 203, Millersburg / 330-674-7600 Sun thebarninn.com / reservations@thebarninn.com

Recognized for excellence in hospitality, luxury accommodations. Hot country breakfasts, Wi-Fi, satellite TV, central for touring, shopping, dining, in-room massages. Amish tour and meal packages. Romantic, private. Meadow views. Groups. See ad below.

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Charm Countryview Inn

(40.48446° -81.74725°) 3334 SR 557, Charm / 330-893-3003 / charmcountryviewinn.com

Welcome to a beautiful hillside bed and breakfast that is both a treat and a retreat. The 15 rooms are individually decorated with oak furniture, handmade quilts, and all have private baths. Full country breakfast, spacious front porch with spectacular view.

A quaint hotel with urban style. Centrally located in scenic Tuscarawas County, the gateway to Amish Country. Complimentary hot breakfast, indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, and fitness center. Cable TV/HBO. See ad, page 49.

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Acorns at White Oak Inn

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College House Bed & Breakfast

(40.862417° -82.314994°) Sun 134 College Ave., Ashland / 419-289-2093 collegehousebb.com / innkeeper@collegehousebb.com

Comfortable, modern four-room B&B two miles from I-71. Delicious homemade breakfast, king and queen beds, jetted tubs, private bathrooms, A/C, Wi-Fi, hi-def TVs, children welcome. Book online and save!

Unwind in our beautifully hand-crafted vacation rentals. Both properties, unique in their own way, were built in the early 1800’s and are nestled in the quaint village of Winesburg.   K7

The Wallhouse Hotel

(40.54098° -81.72620°) 2870 Cove Lane, Walnut Creek / 330-852-6105 or 800-824-2013 Sun wallhousehotel.com / contact@wallhousehotel.com

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Nestled in the picturesque backdrop of Walnut Creek, Ohio, The Wallhouse Hotel is an upscale, modern-style hotel with a crisp, refreshing decor. Complimentary hot breakfast, Wi-Fi, indoor pool, and fitness room. See ad, page 48.

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Zinck’s Family of Inns

(40.55970° -81.79135°) 4703 SR 39, Berlin / 330-893-6600 or 877-435-6600 Sun zincksinn.com / innkeeper@zincksinn.com

3 Berlin locations, all featuring free hot breakfast, 100% non-smoking facility, free Wi-Fi, evening snacks, frequent stay program and 2,000-sq.-ft. meeting room. Sister hotel to Comfort Suites Berlin. See ad, page 49.

Rated Excellent by Trip Advisor

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Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins

(40.61041° -81.82191°) 7278 CR 201, Millersburg / 330-674-7152 Sun fieldsofhome.com / mail@fieldsofhome.com

Luxury lodge and cabins for couples or groups. Quiet country setting. Panoramic views, porches, rockers, swings, fishing, beautiful perennial gardens. Hosted by the Yoders since 1995. A/C, Wi-Fi, DVD/VCR. See ad, page 53.

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(40.54363° -81.84088°) Sun 6041 TR 310, Millersburg / 330-674-7608 garden-gate.com / info@garden-gate.com

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Garver House Bed & Breakfast

(40.60093° -81.52862°) Sun 410 N. Wooster Ave., Strasburg / 330-878-4113 garverhousebnb.com / stay@garverhousebnb.com

Grapevine House Bed & Breakfast

(40.61606° -81.69604°) Sun 2140 Main St., Winesburg / 330-359-7922 or 888-901-8411 grapevinehouse.com / grapevinehouse@yahoo.com

Miller Haus Bed & Breakfast

(40.5356° -81.73592°) 3135 CR 135, Millersburg / 330-893-3602 millerhaus.com / info@millerhaus.com

Nine rooms. Private baths. Twenty-acre hilltop setting. Evening dessert. Country breakfast. Two miles from Walnut Creek. Free Wi-Fi. Regular guest on Fox 8 Cleveland and Fox 28 Columbus sharing favorite recipes. K7

Oak Ridge Inn

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The Pine Loft and Maple Lane Farmhouse

See Hotels & Inns. See ad, page 48.

(40.58245° -81.99839°) Sun 10236 TR 262, Millersburg / 330-674-2459 or 330-763-1021 bbonline.com/oh/pineloft / pinemaple@centurylink.net

Located on 100 acre farm with trails, cattle, hilltop view. Pine Loft is private and cozy with continental breakfast. The farmhouse is a home away from home. Fully furnished for families and small groups.

Historic home. Four rooms, private baths, soaking tub, fireplaces, A/C, HDTV, DVD, evening dessert, beverages. Full, hot gourmet breakfast. Less than ten minutes from Amish Country and historic sites. L5

(40.62366° -81.69055°) 1930 US 62 NE, Winesburg / 330-359-5226

Stay in a Mennonite home in the heart of Amish Country. Clean rooms, one suite. All have private baths. No smoking. Reasonable rates.

Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast Evening campfires, porch swings, and flower gardens are just part of the charm of our B&B. Indulge yourself with special amenities and homemade breakfasts. The peaceful, country setting is still close to shops, dining, and attractions. No smoking/pets.

Mattie’s Tourist Rooms

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Sojourner’s Lodge and Log Cabin Suites See Cabins & Cottages.

Welcome to our country home and newly furnished barn. Eight rooms with private baths. Breakfast at local restaurants. Wi-Fi, Direct TV. Full-length porch to enjoy the sights of Holmes County. M4 Sun

Hasseman House Bed & Breakfast

(40.65536° -81.65083°) 925 US 62, Wilmot / 330-359-7904 or 855-FUN-OHIOBB bbonline.com/oh/hasseman / hassemanhouse@hotmail.com

Experience warm hospitality at the Hasseman House B&B. Built in 1900, this Victorian beauty boasts four exquisite guestrooms, two with Jacuzzi, full breakfast, antique furniture, hiking, fishing. Beautiful countryside setting on Amish farm. J7

Jake ‘N’ Ivy’s Bed & Breakfast

(40.55878° -81.80615°) 5409 TR 356, Berlin / 330-893-3215 Sun bbonline.com/oh/jakenivys / jakenivy@gmail.com

An “in town, out of town” getaway on the west edge of Berlin. Rooms have private entrance and bath. Self-serve continental breakfast. Wi-Fi, AC. Hosts: the Yoders.

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Lighthouse Inn

(40.60328° -81.73788°) 3315 US 62, Millersburg / 330-231-6122 / lighthouseinnbandb.com

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Experience the peace and quiet of days gone by. Nestled in a beautiful rural valley, Fields of Home Lodge & Cabins is just the quiet country get-away you’ve been looking for.

Fields of Home Lodge & Cabins

7278 Co. Rd. 201 • Millersburg, OH 44654 • (330) 674-7152 • fieldsofhome.com

We invite you to stay with us. Enjoy the scenery of Amish farms and woodland as you overlook the valley from our gazebo. Queen beds, private baths, no smoking or pets. Your hosts: the Wengerds. M8

A Little Slice of Heaven Cabin Bed & Breakfast

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Marbeyo Bed & Breakfast

See Cabins & Cottages.

(40.53296° -81.70771°) Sun 2370 CR 144, Sugarcreek / 330-852-4533 marbeyo.com / marbeyo.yoder@gmail.com

Quiet, peaceful, rural setting in Amish Country. Three rooms, A/C, queen-size beds, private entrance and bath, self-serve breakfast in uniquely decorated dining room. Hosted by Amish/Mennonite family.

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Acorns at White Oak

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Blessings Lodge & Cabin

See Bed & Breakfasts.

(40.56457° -81.80863°) 5200 TR 359, Berlin / 330-204-2880 Sun simpleblessingscabin.com / simpleblessings@roadrunner.com

Beautiful log cabin and suites within walking distance of downtown Berlin. Jacuzzis, fireplaces, porch with rockers. Enjoy scenic views from spacious outdoor porches and many other amenities.

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Clora’s Country Cottage

(40.56046° -81.96667°) Sun 5230 CR 400, Millersburg / 330-674-5245 amishofholmescountyohio.com/cloras.htm

On family farm. Two queen bedrooms, one bath. Get whole house. Oak furniture, A/C, satellite TV/VCR/DVD. Fully equipped kitchen and bath. Children welcome. No smoking or pets. M5

Romantic Cabins & Cottages for Couples

Country View Cabins

(40.59439° -81.64929°) Sun 10360 Lower Trail Rd. NW, Dundee / 330-204-9662 amishcountryviewcabins.com / countryviewbb@mail.com

In-room Massages | Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Walk-ins Welcome

Romantic stone cottage with Jacuzzi. The loft, complete with kitchen and living room, features a hot tub on the deck overlooking the view. Breakfasts served at your door! I7

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(40.56651° -81.84983°) 6411 Private Rd. 389, Millersburg / 330-674-1892 crickethillcabins.com / info@crickethillcabins.com

Three private, secluded log cabins nestled in the woods. Amenities include a kitchen, fireplace, gas grill, porch, outdoor fire ring, Jacuzzi and an outdoor hot tub overlooking a wooded ravine and a pond to fish. A/C, heat, no pets. Open year-round.

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Garden Gate Get-A-Way Bed & Breakfast

Donna’s Premier Lodging

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Graystone Cottages

(40.56081° -81.79563°) 5523 East St. (TR 358), Berlin / 330-893-3068 or 800-320-3338 Sun donnasofberlin.com / info@donnasb-b.com

Award-winning secluded log cabins boasting of fine amenities: Jacuzzi, fireplace, billiards table, kitchen, hot breakfast, in-room massages, carriage and sleigh rides, and more. Call now for details and pricing on our three-day specials. See ad, page 55.

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Cricket Hill Cabins

Ethan’s Retreat in the Woods

(40.47996°, -82.09320°) 12992 CR 6, Killbuck / 530-318-5542 Sun ethansretreat.com / ndawson@charter.net

Ferngully Creek Ltd.

Jacuzzis, fireplaces, kitchenettes, cable TV, A/C, continental breakfast, internet, porches, rockers. Perfect for family, friends, or romantic getaway. Walk to all the shops along Main Street and close to area attractions.

H7 Hilltop Manor Guest House (40.55259° -81.91369°) Sun 121 S. Alexander St., Millersburg / 330-674-4109 hilltopmanorbandb.com / hilltopmanor@gmail.com

An 1875 Victorian farmhouse featuring 4 guest suites, full kitchen with laundry, parlor, living & game room, outdoor patio and lovely gardens. Let us be your “home away from home.” K8

(40.56512° -81.88162°) 7226 TR 319, Millersburg / 330-893-2424 ferngullycreek.com / cabins@ferngullycreek.com

Fields of Home Lodge and Cabins See Bed & Breakfasts. See ad, page 53.

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Light in the Valley Cottage

(40.51639° -81.71590°) 3938 TR 162, Sugarcreek / 330-204-5530 lightinthevalleycottage.com / info@lightinthevalleycottage.com

Our cottage is nestled in the peaceful hills of Walnut Creek. Luxuriously furnished, it includes a private 20’ deck amid mature trees. Gas fireplace, Jacuzzi, satellite TV/DVD, kitchenette, grill, A/C. Also smoke-free and pet-free.

Beautiful cabins! Luxurious, romantic seclusion. Great amenities. King-size beds, Jacuzzi, fireplace, kitchen, 40” flatscreen, surround sound, DVD, A/C, screened-in porch, grill, campfire ring with free firewood. Great deals for full week. I5

See Bed & Breakfasts.

(40.56250° -81.79694°) 5572 N. Market St., Berlin / 330-231-4495 or 877-231-2912 Sun graystone-cottages.com / dorothy@graystone-cottages.com

Beautiful, pet-friendly cabin in the hills of Killbuck. Two bedrooms, two baths, sofa bed, decks overlooking acres of wooded trails, hot tub, close to local attractions/ shopping. Totally private. Discounts available.

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A Little Slice of Heaven Cabin Bed & Breakfast

(40.52694° -81.62551°) 5467 Old Rt. 39, Dover Sun 8828 Golf Course Rd., Sugarcreek / 330-620-5551 sliceofheavencabin.com / bspeas@neo.rr.com

Beautiful log cabins, one by Willandale Golf Course, one by Broad Run Cheese and Breitenbach Winery. Kitchen, 2-person Jacuzzi, DVD/CD, AC, decks, pond. Gift certificates and daily/weekly rates available. Smoke-free, pet-free. 55


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Mel & Mary’s Cottages

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(40.49019° -81.76930°) 2972 TR 190, Baltic / 330-893-2695 Sun melandmaryscottages.com / mmcottages@Wi-Fi7.com

Nestled in the hills of Holmes County, you can take your pick from any one of our four cottages, Honeymoon suites or our three-bedroom ranch house. No matter what accommodations you choose, rest assured you are in for a time of peace and quiet.

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(40.507989° -81.787028°) 4500 SR 557, Charm / 330-893-9899 mrsmillerscabin.com / cabin@millersdrygoods.com

Premier Carriage House Cottages

(40.57324° -81.84757°) Sun 6291 CR 203, Millersburg / 330-893-1700 or 866-590-1700 berlincabins.com / info@berlincabins.com

Seven luxury cottages for two to six persons. King-size beds, Jacuzzi, fireplace, TV/DVD/CD, full kitchen, A/C and heat, pool and spa. Gorgeous views and décor. Voted “the best places to visit in Ohio 2011” by Best of Midwest publishing. See ad below. L6

Red Cottage Hideaway

(40.59209° -81.6806°) 1704 TR 416, Dundee / 330-893-4062 Sun redcottagehideaway.com / redcottagehideaway@yahoo.com

Private, spacious new cottages located on a scenic route 10 minutes from Walnut Creek. Luxurious amenities include 5’x 6’ Jacuzzi, fireplace, king beds, laundry, Direct TV, Wi-Fi, porches, gas grill and private firepits.

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New! Private cabins nestled in the woods on a family farm. Within 5-15 minutes of all your favorite attractions. Jacuzzi, fireplace, kitchen, living room, satellite TV, A/C, outdoor fire ring.

Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort See RV Park & Camping

Country luxury in Charm! Fully furnished log cabin with covered bridge, relaxing porch and patio. Four bedrooms, two baths, A/C, satellite TV, wireless internet. Perfect for families and friends! I6

(40.57105° -81.75726°) 3515 CR 168, Millersburg / 330-763-3748 Sun uncletomscabinohio.com / uncletomscabins@yahoo.com

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Mrs. Miller’s Cabin

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

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Wildwood Hill Cabin, Ltd.

(40.57081° -81.66347°) 11095 Pleasant Hill Rd. NW, Dundee / 330-852-3872 wildwoodhillcabin.com / info@wildwoodhillcabin.com

An authentic log cabin nestled in the woods, peaceful, quiet, secluded. Perfect for getaways, anniversaries, honeymoons. Efficiency suite, full kitchen and bath, queen-size bed in loft. Relax in the hot tub or enjoy the fireplace. Grill. Fire ring.

For when you can’t be here, enjoy the beautiful images all year long on Instagram. @AmishCountryOhio

Sojourner’s Lodge and Log Cabin Suites

(40.66581° -81.69446°) 2156 Durstine Rd., Dundee / 330-359-5320 Sun sojournerslodgeohio.com / sojournerslodge@yahoo.com

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Luxury lodge and log cabin suites in a woodland setting. Spacious living rooms, fireplaces, HDTV, Direct TV, DVD, kitchens, Jacuzzis, Wi-Fi. Well-manicured stone fire pits. Hiking trails, including a 60’ bridge. 3-acre lake. 15 minutes to Berlin.

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Tranquil Acres Cabins

(40.55365° -81.86747°) 6815 SR 39, Millersburg / 330-674-0996 / tranquilacrescabins.com

Three cozy log cabins nestled in woods. Featuring kitchen, gas log fireplace, Jacuzzi, outdoor hot tub, gas grill, loft bedroom, one main floor bedroom. Hiking trail! No smoking, no pets.

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Amish Country Campsites

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(40.62366° -81.69055°) 1930 US 62 NE, Winesburg / 330-359-5226 amishcountrycampsites.com

Electric, good city water, modern shower house with flush toilets and hot showers, dump station, fire rings, firewood, tables. Home of Ruth’s Amish Dolls. Open all year. Free wireless internet. M3

Baylor Beach Park

(40.68787° -81.59956°) 8777 Manchester Ave. SW, Navarre / 330-767-3031 or 888-9-BAYLOR Sun baylorbeachpark.com

Easy access for large units, level sites, chipped/sealed roads and sites, 30-50 amp, dump station, hot showers, flush toilets, five pavilions, swimming, paddleboats, minigolf, playground, tables. Wilderness tent camping. Wi-Fi internet. Special group rates.

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Lake Wapusun Campground

(40.71220° -82.11498°) Sun 10787 Molter Rd., Shreve / 330-496-2355 lakewapusuncampground.com / lakewapusun@msn.com

107 acres with 300 campsites surrounding five fishing lakes. Rental cottages and campers, seasonal and daily camping with family entertainment most weekends. Located in the heart of Amish Country.

Mohican Reservation Campground & Canoeing (40.56995° -82.18743°)

See ad, page 58.

(40.63060° -82.18514°) 7700 TR 462, Loudonville / 419-994-3835 or 877-886-7866 camptoodik.com / camptoodik@gmail.com

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Clean restrooms, hot showers, heated pool. Laundry, playgrounds, mini-golf, shuffle board, horseshoes, sand volleyball, hiking trails, canoe and kayak rental. Shaded sites, 30-50 amp, w/e/s, Wi-Fi. Log cabin and villa rentals. River edge camping with w/e. L3

(40.55929° -81.72054°) 5552 SR 515, Walnut Creek / 330-893-2720 kandels-rv-camping.com / tdkandel@yahoo.com

Pull-thru sites with full hook-up, 30-50 amp, electric-only sites, 30 amp, tent camping, shower house, dump station, picnic tables, playground, meeting room, Wi-Fi. In the center of Amish Country, 1½ miles north of Walnut Creek on SR 515.

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Camp Toodik Family Campground, Cabins, & Canoeing

Kandels’ Camping and RV Park

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Heart of Amish Country. Open year-round. 87 full hook-ups, 20-30-50 amp electric, sewer, water, cable TV, Wi-Fi internet, indoor pool, spa, game room, playgrounds, snack bar, cabins, tent camping, dog wash, deluxe inn on premises.

(40.55066° -81.78255°) 4483 TR 367, Millersburg / 330-893-3607 scenichillsrvpark.com / shrvp@wifi7.com

Experience the peace and quiet of Amish Country with a sunrise and sunset view. Amish home cooking and shops nearby. Easy access for large units, 112 FH sites with 30-50 amps. Dumping station. Pet friendly. Wi-Fi internet. See ad below.

Evergreen Park RV Resort

(40.69149° -81.69485°) 16359 Dover Rd., Dundee / 330-359-2787 or 888-359-6429 Sun evergreenparkrvresort.com / evergreenpark@wifi7.com

Scenic Hills RV Park

Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

(40.64494° -82.06320°) Sun 8248 SR 514, Big Prairie / 330-567-2137 whisperinghillsjellystone.com / whjellystone@gmail.com

Scenic campground-resort situated on 220 acres conveniently located between Mohican and Amish Country. Over 200 RV sites, 14 full-service cabins, and 6 rustic cabins. See ad, page 58.

Holmes County Facts

“Rising population, shrinking unemployment”

The Amish population in this area doubles about every 16 years, but the County has one of the lowest unemployment rates in Ohio. C6 E4

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Whispering Hills Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort Located 3 Miles S. of Shreve on SR 514 • 330-567-2137 • whjellystone@gmail.com

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Tours A Taste of the Backroads Tour Packet

Amish Highways and Byways Map – Overland Publishing

1069 Mindy Lane Suite 10C, Wooster / 330-340-7343 atasteofthebackroads.com / atasteofthebackroads@gmail.com

PO Box 27, Berlin / 330-893-3964 or 877-853-9044 amishcountrymap.com or ohioamishcountry.com overlandpublishing@msn.com

Be your own tour guide in the comfort of your own vehicle. Designed by Amish Heartland Tours, this 48-page, picturesque booklet includes narration on Amish culture & 3 unique 27-mile routes.

AAA and USA Today recommended! Explore our backroads! Discover our best views! Experience the Amish firsthand! Easy-to-read map of Ohio’s Amish Country. Accommodations, restaurants, and attractions pinpointed. Available locally/worldwide. See ad, page 53.

Amish Heartland Group Tours

PO Box 462, Berlin / 330-893-3248 amishheartlandtours.com / groups@amishheartlandtours.com Apr-Sept: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Sat 9am-12pm Oct-Mar: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

Swiss Valley Tours

Complete receptive service. Customized itinerary planning. Expert tour guides. Meals in Amish homes, local artisans, history/heritage, theater, musicals, back roads, themed, and seasonal packages. Consultation available. Ask about escorted international service. See add, page 61.

Country Coach Adventures

PO Box 552, Sugarcreek / 330-852-3898 maryswissvalley@bbnwireless.com

A receptive service specializing in group tours with Amish step-on guides through the back roads of Amish Country and beyond. We are committed to giving you quality tours at affordable prices. With 27 years of experience, we make you look good.

877-359-5282 / amishadventures.com johnandcarol44608@yahoo.com

Full service receptive operator featuring unique and affordable themed packages, back road tours, step-on guides, Amish home meals, accommodations, and holiday packages. We look forward to hosting your group event!

Beautiful scenery, adorable barnyard animals, crafting ideas & foodie fun! Pinterest.com/AmishCountryOhio

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Services

Tourism Bureaus & CVBs

Commercial and Savings Bank

330-674-9015 or 800-654-9015 / csb1.com

Community banking at its best! Visit any of our banking centers and ATMs throughout Holmes, Stark, Tuscarawas, and Wayne counties or at www.csb1.com. Member FDIC.

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225 N. Clay St., Millersburg / 330-674-2610 firstknox.com / fk@firstknox.com

“Someone you can trust!®” Member FDIC. Drive-in ATM.

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The airport offers a new, paved 4,400 ft. runway. 24-hour aviation services, rental car, tie downs, and flight instruction. FBO and mechanics on site.

Killbuck Savings Bank

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Pomerene Hospital/Pomerene Express Care

(40.56081° -81.79901°) J7 Hospital: 981 Wooster Rd., Millersburg / 330-674-1015 Express Care: 4900 Oak St., German Village Center, Berlin 330-893-2754 / pomerenehospital.org No appointment necessary – Mon-Fri 4-9pm, Sat 9am-4pm

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Walnut Hills Retirement Community

(40.53793° -81.72112°) 4748 Olde Pump St., Walnut Creek / 330-893-3200 Sun walnuthillsliving.org / info@walnuthillsliving.org

Like it here? Live here! We offer carefree living for active individuals ages 55 and over. We provide lawn care and other maintenance while you travel, volunteer, or spend time on hobbies.

Mohican-Loudonville Visitors’ Bureau (40.63558° -81.23461°) 544 N. Union St., Loudonville / 419-994-2519 discovermohican.com / info@discovermohican.com Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

Tuscarawas County Convention and Visitors’ Bureau

(40.48945° -81.44469°) 124 E. High, New Philadelphia / 330-602-2420 or 800-527-3387 traveltusc.com / info@traveltusc.com Mon-Fri 8am-5pm; Visitor Kiosk open Sun-Sat 6am-10pm

See ad, page 60. K7

KnoxWays, Knox County Convention and Visitors Bureau

Mohican is the Camp and Canoe Capital of Ohio. Enjoy canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and more. Lodging ranges from primitive to luxurious. RV parking available.

Real Estate Showcase Auction Co. Ritzman Pharmacy

(40.561658°,-81.796152°) 4829 E. Main St., Berlin / 330-893-0555 Visitamishcountry.com / info@amishcountry.com Apr-Nov: Thu-Sat 10am-6pm

See ad, page 57.

See ad, back cover. J7

Holmes County Tourism Bureau Berlin Office

(40.392436° -82.485572°)

Pomerene Express Care offers convenient, quality, cost-effective care for symptoms or injuries that are not of an emergency nature but do require prompt treatment. H7

(40.55444°, -81.91758°) 6 W. Jackson St., Millersburg / 330-674-3975 Visitamishcountry.com / info@visitamishcountry.com Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm

The Tourism Bureau’s Berlin office staff will be happy to help visitors plan adventures as they explore the heart of Amish Country Ohio.

330-276-4881 / killbuckbank.com

Community Banking. It’s who we are. It’s what we do. EVERY Single Day. Nine convenient Pulse ATM locations in Amish Country.

Holmes County Tourism Bureau

Located in Historic Downtown Millersburg, the Holmes County Tourism Bureau provides complimentary Amish Country area information and assistance to visitors. Call, email, or stop by to plan your experience.

Holmes County Airport

(40.53951° -81.95571°) Sun 4501 TR 307, Millersburg / 330-674-0102 Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 9am-7pm, Sun 12:30-5pm

(40.27341° -81.86508°)

See ad, page 61.

First-Knox National Bank

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Coshocton Visitors’ Bureau

Enjoy our small towns and big stories! Experience military history, unique museums, step back in time and visit Europe right here in Ohio! Located just minutes from Holmes County. G1

Wayne County Convention and Visitors Bureau (40.79739° -81.94680°)

See ad below.

New in 2015! www.VisitAmishCountry.com • Expanded listings

You’ll find the world’s largest Amish settlement, Lehman’s, The J.M. Smucker Company Store and Café, The Ohio Light Opera, P. Graham Dunn Retail Gallery and more!

• News and events • Photo contest • And much more! G1

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