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My 9 and 10 year old, and I, love visiting this Amish area. They live a lifestyle my kids and I wish we did. Simple, not materialistic, natural, community. Goods are very reasonably priced and often change per the seasons. Drive carefully and respect their...More
This is Old Order Amish area which mean NO modern elements to living! Please respect their lifestyle and DON'T bother them on SUNDAYS! They are generally very friendly and responsive to customers interested their wares! Posted simple signs in front will advise you what they...More
Took my car for a quite drive. The corn fields and bean fields were full of crops. Local Amish had eggs, vegetables and poultry for sale along the way. Take your time and enjoy the scenery. Watch for horse and buggies along the road.
Most people think eastern Ohio when they think of Amish country. There is a large Amish community around Kenton in central Ohio in Hardin County as well. As you drive on one of the highways south and east of town, you will notice farms with...More
Beautiful countryside drive. You won't find tourist shops or trendy places to stop. There are a few roadside stands where you can buy produce or baked goods from the Amish. They are growing and buying much of the land in southern Hardin and northern Logan...More
I didn't know what to expect at first but I'm glad I chose to explore Hardin rather than Holmes County, because it is much less touristy and you mostly see acres of fields, and get to see the old style Amish life.