There are many things to see and do in Amish country including a variety of festivals and events such as the Holmes County Antique Festival, Fabulous 50’s Fling, Swiss Festival, Doughty Valley Steam Show, a Dandelion Festival, plus shopping, quilt shows, Gospel concerts, comedy theater, holiday events, and more. For dates and more information visit the events website: Ohio Amish Country Events.

Ohio’s Amish Country in Holmes, Wayne, and Tuscarawas Counties, home to the world’s largest Amish settlement, is rich in history and culture. The rolling countryside is dotted with picturesque houses and farms separated by scenic vistas and fields of wheat, barley, and corn. Amish Country Photos

One of the signature icons of the Amish people is the Amish horse and buggy. There are several styles of buggies including surreys, carts, and open buggies. Here an Amish family has come to Charm Days in their horse and buggy to watch the wooly worm race, horse races, and other activities at this annual event in Charm, Ohio.

Yumm. Yumm. Amish style home-cooked meals are a must on your visit to Ohio’s Amish country. Served up hot and delicious, all-you-care-to-eat family style meals, such as this one at The Der Dutchman Restaurant in Walnut Creek, Ohio, are sure to satisfy any appetite. There’s deep fried and pan fried chicken, tender roast beef, ham, real mashed potatoes and gravy, and all the fixins. Be sure to save room for dessert; date pudding or home-made pie with ice cream. See Ohio Amish Country Restaurants

There are a lot of excellent options if you are interested in Ohio Amish Country Lodging. Pictured here are the Ferngully Creek Cabins near Berlin and Millersburg, Ohio. Whether you are looking for an economic overnight stay, a romantic getaway, or a place to host your group, Amish Country Ohio can meet your needs. Choices include hotels and motels, private cabins, bed & breakfasts, inns, rv parks, and campgrounds. See Ohio Amish Country Lodging