Ohio April 26, 2018
These 9 Farm Towns In Ohio Are Perfect When You Want To Get Away From It All
Here in Ohio, our countryside is one of the most beautiful parts of our state.
We’re lucky to have the rolling hills of Ohio Amish Country, plenty of covered bridges and quaint rural landscapes that are perfect for scenic drives. The following are nine farm towns that are perfect for when you need to get away from it all. See how many you’ve been to before:
1. Walnut Creek
This Holmes County unincorporated community nestled in the heart of Ohio Amish Country is the definition of a downright delightful rural town. (When you're in the area, be sure to stop by Walnut Creek Cheese.)
2. Mesopotamia Township
Mesopotamia Township is the fourth largest Amish settlement in the country and the second largest settlement in Ohio. It's home to Ohio's oldest general store, End of the Commons General Store, which has been in operation since the 1840s.
Between Barlow and Marietta in Washington County, you'll find the small unincorporated community of Fleming, surrounded by serene farmland. It's picture perfect for a leisurely, scenic Sunday drive.
Known for its Strawberry Festival, the Ashtabula County Fair and the Covered Bridge Festival, this quaint village serves as the county seat. It's a gorgeous town to visit year-round, particularly in the fall.
One of the most beautiful parts of Ohio Amish Country, this rural town is home to The Barn Inn, Yoder's Amish Home, (which you can tour from April - October), and so much more. Stay at the charming country inn and make a weekend out of it.
This bustling Ohio Amish Country town is a popular stop for good reason. Its gorgeous countryside and Amish population make it truly unique. While you're in town, consider visiting the Schrock's Heritage Village for a special Amish Country experience.
This Middlefield Township village is most known for being the center of one of the world's largest Amish settlements. It's also a quiet, beautiful place to settle down and raise a family.
With a name like "Charm," you know this unincorporated Amish Country village is downright charming. (Although it's unincorporated, the village does have a post office.)
The post office of this unincorporated in Washington County was originally housed in a Catholic church, which is how this quiet rural area got its name. Take a scenic drive here when you need to get away from it all.
What other towns would you add to this list? Be sure to let us know!