Ohio Amish Country Map & Information
Welcome to the most comprehensive information directory for the Holmes County Ohio area, home of the world’s largest Amish Community. Planning a trip to Amish Country? Start here! In this directory you will find the best of Ohio’s Amish country including lodging, dining, shopping, and attractions. If you can’t find it here contact us. We would be happy to answer your questions.
Ohio Amish country lodging (bed and breakfasts, inns, cabins, cottages, hotels and motels, campgrounds, rv parks), shops, stores, restaurants, events, tours, and attractions.
Amish country stores and shops are located in Berlin, Charm, Farmerstown, Kidron, Millersburg, Mt. Hope, Sugarcreek, Walnut Creek, and Wilmot, Ohio.
Amish Country Ohio has a variety of interesting attractions including a number of Amish and German culture museums, farm tours, Amish country backroad tours, Amish buggy rides, biking, canoeing, horseback riding, gardens, plays and dramas, and golf courses. In addition there are many special events and festivals throughout the year in the Holmes County Ohio area.
The area covered in this directory includes all of Holmes County and portions of Wayne, Tuscarawas, Coshocton, and Ashland counties. There are a number of printed maps available for purchase. The best I’ve seen is one that includes Holmes and surrounding counties and has listings of lodging establishments and interesting locations and attractions. For details click: Ohio Amish Country Map
- In Amish Country, all Amish businesses, and most other businesses (except lodging), are closed on Sunday. For a list of restaurants and shops that are open on Sunday, click the “Open on Sunday” Special Category. Be sure to check open/close times. See business’ website.
- Many shops also close at 5pm. However, during the summer and fall seasons some shops are open until 6,7, or 8pm. Click the special category to find shops that are open later during peak season. Check individual business websites for specific hours of operation.
- Loudenville, the heart of Mohican country, is about 1/2 hour west of Millersburg via SR 39. There are many outdoor activities such as canoeing and rafting and excellent camping sites by the scenic Mohican River.
- Coshocton, site of historic Roscoe Village and the Ohio/Erie Canal, is about 1/2 hour south of Millersburg via SR 83.
- The driving distance between most small towns in Holmes County ranges from 4-7 miles.
- Drive time (in light traffic) from Dover (I-77) to Millersburg via SR 39 is 45-50 minutes. In heavy traffic it might take an additional 30 minutes.
- Peak season in Amish Country is October when the fall foliage is spectacular. Advance reservations at lodging establishments are highly recommended.