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Enjoy the quiet ambiance of the rolling countryside and the hypnotic rhythm of horses and buggies meandering along the roadway when you visit Ohio’s Amish Country. Holmes, Trumbull, Tuscarawas, and Geauga counties are home to the world’s largest Amish population. Here you’ll find breathtaking hills and valleys, and charming towns. Venture to this Northeast region of the state to find a one-of-a-kind trip you’ll remember for years to come. 

Must See: Begin at the Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center. Ride in an Amish buggy, tour an Amish home and schoolhouse, and pet barn animals at Yoder’s Amish Home. Bike, walk, or run the 22-mile Holmes County Trail — first in the nation to accommodate buggies! Snap a picture with the world’s largest Cuckoo Clock in Sugarcreek, known as the “Little Switzerland of Ohio.” Enjoy an evening of laughs at The Ohio Star Theater.

Must Eat: Indulge in treats like apple fritters at Miller’s Bakery. Choose from 150 kinds of old-fashioned soda and penny candy at End of the Commons General Store. Savor a hot roast beef sandwich at Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant. See how cheese is made at Guggisberg, home of “The Original Baby Swiss.” Take home artisan smoked meats from Winesburg Meats. Savor fresh, seasonal ingredients at Tarragon. Sip wine and watch horses graze at Doughty Glen Winery. Dine on traditional Amish food at Mary Yoder’s Amish Kitchen and delight with doughnuts from Nauvoo Family Market in Middlefield. 

Where to Stay: Discover the boutique hotel at The Inn at Honey Run. Relax at the Guggisberg Swiss Inn. Sleep in a luxury treehouse at Amish Country Lodging. Get cozy at Ferngully Creek‘s cabins. Reach new heights at The Mohican Treehouse Resort.

Read Darling Travels’ Cozy Getaway in Ohio’s Amish Country and find out how to enjoy your own getaway – where you can unplug and unwind in the simple life. 

In Ohio, you’re always close to the outdoors, cultural experiences, and a great job! Learn more about what it’s like to Live in Ohio

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