Amish Country Road Trips
We drove over the back roads and across the rolling hills of Ohio’s Amish Country for our guide to five communities filled with farm-fresh foods, handcrafted furniture, great gifts and more.
Anyone who has spent an afternoon cruising the countryside through Ohio’s Amish communities already knows the allure: the rolling farm fields, the clip-clop cadence of the horse-drawn buggies and the many markets, shops and restaurants that allow us to sample a variety of Amish-made foods as well as those crafted from traditional recipes. It’s always a fulfilling and filling visit.
We’ve mapped out 45 stops centered around five communities, including short side trips you should take when visiting each. Those who’ve visited before know the area’s patchwork of farm fields isn’t always the easiest thing to figure out. We’re more than happy to show you around, whether you’re looking to browse sprawling antique malls, sit down to a hearty dinner, buy some award-winning cheeses or find a piece of handcrafted furniture that will bring a smile to your face for years to come.
Amish Country Road Trips: Walnut Creek
The area Jonas Stutzman and and his wife settled in 1809 is now a tourist destination known for its restaurants, shops and opportunities to take in the Amish way of living. Read More
Amish Country Road Trips: Millersburg
Downtown Millersburg is where the country meets Main Street. There's a hitching post outside the courthouse and small businesses dotting both sides of Jackson Street. Read More
Amish Country Road Trips: Berlin
The oldest village in Holmes County is a hub of activity, but also be sure to check out some of the other must-visit spots in the surrounding countryside. Read More
Amish Country Road Trips: Sugarcreek
This village is home to Swiss architectural styles and the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock, but the area was originally settled by a mix of Amish, Swiss and German families. Read More
Amish Country Road Trips: Geauga & Trumbull Counties
The Amish communities of Geauga and Trumbull counties attract those who seek a taste of country living just a short drive from the city. Read More