"U-Pick" your own delicious, fresh apples right from the orchards at A & M Farm. Call ahead to ensure the perfect harvest conditions for your apples. Many varieties of apples are grown and mature at different times. You pay for what you pick.
- Address: 22141 SR 251
Midland, Ohio 45158
- Phone: Local Number: (513) 875-2500
Bedford Strawberry Festival
The Bedford Historical Society is holding its 50th annual strawberry festival on the square in historic Bedford. There will be plenty of strawberries and ice cream, ethnic foods, crafts and entertainment for adults and children. Many special events for the 50th anniversary!!!
The car show is on Saturday evening with plenty of awards, trophies and contests. We have more space for more cars this year and a cruise in parade!
Entertainment includes great local and regional bands including ethnic dancers, animals from the zoo, Jungle Larry, and historical figures. An old time, small town event.
Downtown Bedford is listed as an Ohio Historic District. (Visit our website: bedfordohiohistory.org, for a full schedule of events.) The museums will be open for tours on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, 1-5 pm. No admission charge/free parking and free entertainment---a fun family event.
- Address: 650 Broadway Ave.
PO Box 46282
Bedford, Ohio 44146
- Phone: Local Number: 4402320796
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://bedfordohiohistory.org
Morgan Farm Stay
Enjoy a unique, private country vacation with your family. With this farm stay you have the experience of farm living without all the hard work! Observe farming and livestock maintenance by Amish neighbors and off site owners while you relax in the main farmhouse......all to yourself. Help your family achieve a better understanding of where real, fresh healthy food comes from. Ohio is the heart of American agriculture. This farm is located near Amish, Mennonite and modern farms, large and small, industrial and organic.
- Address: 929 Township Road 1243
Ashland, Ohio 44805
- Phone: Mobile: 6466216434
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://morganfarmstay.com/
- Address: 1 Paul E. Brown Drive SE
Massillon, Ohio 44646
- Phone: Local Number: 3304582048
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.profootballhofef.com
This quaint German village was founded in 1817 by religious dissenters called the Society of Separatists. The Society named their village Zoar, which is taken from the bible and means "place of refuge". Zoar today is an island of Old-World charm in east-central Ohio. Many of the German-style structures built by the Zoarites have been restored and are open to the public as Zoar Village State Memorial. Others are privately-owned, and serve as residences, shops, restaurants and bed and breakfast inns.
Visitors can experience the life of the agrarian Separatists by visiting the eleven restored buildings (recently added Town Hall Museum, and Ohio Erie Canal Museum, Number One House, or "Kings Palace", Kitchen, Dining Room/Magazine Complex, Garden House, Bakery, Tinshop, Dairy and Springhouse , Wagon Shop, Blacksmith Shop and the original Zoar Store), which are staffed with costumed interpreters and furnished with period items made or used by the Separatists. Buildings may be staffed, and others open by guided tour. Volunteers give craft demonstrations and interpret the history during the the guided and self guided tours.Yearly special events include the Harvest Festival, and Christmas in Zoar. Bi-yearly events include the Civil War reenactment, the Historic Zoar Garden Tour and luncheon , and Applefest.
The Historic Zoar Garden is a 2 1/2 acre flower garden, based on the communal society's religious beliefs. The garden is open year round and free to the public. Zoar now hosts a trail head for the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. The trail is 2.9 miles long, and runs from Zoar to Fort Laurens in Bolivar, Ohio.
- Address: 198 Main Street
P.O. Box 621
Zoar, Ohio 44697
- Phone: Toll-Free: (800) 262-6195
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://www.ohiohistory.org
Historic Sauder Village
There is only one place in Northwest Ohio where you can have fun in the past - Historic Sauder Village - Ohio's largest living-history village! Visit with costumed guides and working craftsmen in more than 40 historic homes, community shops, farms and gardens. Great shopping, special events and special classes also available. A great destination that all ages will enjoy!
- Address: 22611 State Route 2
PO Box 235
Archbold, Ohio 43502
- Phone: Local Number: 4194462541
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.saudervillage.org