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AMISH COUNTRY

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AMISH COUNTRY

Plan your vacation around a visit to Amish Country. If you have ever wished that you could turn back the hands of the clock to a simpler time where old-fashioned living, a slower pace and tranquility are inherent, this is the destination for you.

Ohio has one of the largest Amish communities in the country. Whether you stroll down tree covered lanes or drive the myriad of country roads, you will see the past revive itself when you see farmers plowing fields behind their teams of horses, laundry swaying on the line in the sunshine and children driving pony carts.

Come enjoy the stunning landscape, the quiet outdoors and a time when the pace was easy and life was simple.

LAKES & STATE PARKS

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LAKES & STATE PARKS

Lake Pymatuning was named for Pihmtomink, the leader of the Lenape tribe. Pymatuning translates as “crooked mouth man’s dwelling place.” The area surrounding Pymatuning was shaped by glaciers more than 14,000 years ago. Indians were attracted to the area due to its rich wetlands and the large number of wild animals.

Pymatuning State Park is home to the bald eagle. Several pairs nest on the Pennsylvania side of the park. Along with the eagles, wildlife live peacefully at the Park. You can test your expertise fishing for numerous types of fish including walleye, crappie, black bass, bluegill and channel catfish. Ready to bask in the sun’s warm glow or create new memories with friends and family? The State Park is proud to offer its guests three sand beaches, seven picnic areas, five boat launches and two scenic hiking trails around the lake.

KINSMAN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY

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KINSMAN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Take a trip to exotic lands through the pages of mysterious novels when you visit the Kinsman Free Public Library. Situated amidst lush trees and soft, green grass, the library was first organized on February 16, 1885 by the Village Improvement and Library Association of Kinsman, serving a community of 900 residents. Construction of the library was completed in 1913 with funds from the Carnegie Corporation, resident Frank Banning and the rural community. The library serves the Joseph Badger School District and surrounding areas in Northeast Ohio, providing patrons with 21st century service and small town warmth.

WINERIES

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WINERIES

If you’ve been searching for class and serenity in a quaint country setting, the Greene Eagle Winery offers guests such a setting and more. Good food, good drink, a large outdoor deck and a structural craftsmanship seldom seen today. Reminiscent of taverns of the past, you are invited to come and taste fine hand crafted wines in an 18th century style post and beam Cape Cod structure.

From the warmth of the fire to the aroma of the building’s timbers, to the friendly company all around, this is a destination to unwind, relax, enjoy and take in a little bit of yester year.

  • 2576 Davis Peck Rd Cortland, Oh 44410
  • 330-583-WINE (9463)
  • Hours: Sunday 1 – 5
  • Thursday & Friday 4 – 10
  • Saturday 2 – 10

ANTIQUES & FLEA MARKETS

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ANTIQUES & FLEA MARKETS

Offering antiques and other exceptional furnishings for your home, Eagle’s Wings Antiques is a walk down memory lane that will mix well with any modern space design. With over 4000 square feet and the original charm of the era, we know you will enjoy your stop. Furniture, primitives, glassware and more will make your shopping experience unique.

“Furnishings to Feather Your Nest.”

  • 9048 State Route 7, Kinsman, OH
  • (2 miles North of Square)
  • 330-367-9088
  • Hours: Wed-Sat 11-4

THE COVERED BRIDGES OF ASHTABULA COUNTY

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THE COVERED BRIDGES OF ASHTABULA COUNTY

Come experience the “Covered Bridge Capital of Ohio.” Eighteen covered bridges await your exploration in Ashtabula County including the longest and shortest bridges in the entire United States. Who knew that just 18 feet could be so charming or draw so much attention?

Ashtabula County hosts an annual Covered Bridge Festival during the second full weekend of October each fall with each bridge decorated and a volunteer to greet you to answer all of your questions. This long-anticipated yearly family-friendly festival includes entertainment, crafts, a parade and exceptional food of all varieties is held at the County fairgrounds.

While you are touring the bridges, many have their own special events with their own unique foods and bake sales offering the opportunity to ride in an authentic Amish buggy or pony cart.

Uncover mysteries of the past and experience these wooden masterpieces along the rolling hills of the river valley.

BRONZWOOD GOLF CLUB & RESTAURANT

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BRONZWOOD GOLF CLUB & RESTAURANT

Find golf, food and fun at Bronzwood Golf Course. This 6,300 yard, 18 hole course is just off State Route 7, conveniently located minutes from the Peter Allen Inn. The restaurant and casual bar have everything your ten thousand taste buds could crave, from hotdogs to ribeye steaks. With daily food specials and happy hour hosted from 4-7pm, the Bronzroom comes alive with a fireplace, dance floor and 2 big screen TVs. The deck on the back overlooking the course is the perfect reminder that you can eat, play and meet at Bronzwood. It is a beautiful setting that every guest will enjoy. The rolling terrain with creeks and ponds throughout, Bronzwood is  an entertaining and challenging course to play.

MINI VACATION OR ROMANTIC RETREAT?

If you and your significant other want to seclude yourselves all day with the flat screen or lounge outdoors, we can help make that happen. Schedule your stay with us today. Contact us with your specific details…. the country landscape of Ohio is calling!

 

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THE GREENWAY BIKE TRAIL

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THE GREENWAY BIKE TRAIL

Open during the warm months of May through October, the Western Reserve Greenway is a great summer and autumn attraction. A primarily rural rail-trail running for 43-miles, it cuts a north–south course from Ashtabula to Warren, Ohio. The greenway’s start is only a few miles from Lake Erie, and a planned extension will bring it right to the shoreline. Currently, you can start at Herzog Rotary Park, where signs detail the importance of northeast Ohio in the Underground Railroad.

Heading north, you cross the historic King Bridge, a steel railroad trestle built in 1897 that now spans Clay Street. Ahead is Austinburg, with a trailhead and plenty of options for refreshments and nourishment. South of town you re-enter the trail’s rural surroundings and enjoy the company of deer, beavers and a multitude of birds, including wild turkeys and waterfowl.

In the small town of Rock Creek, the Rock Creek Trestle spans the river. The bridge features bump-outs that give a bird’s-eye view of the river and scenery below. As the trail picks up, you sail beneath sheltering trees and past the tiny village of Orwell, with a trailhead located below a water tower. In North Bloomfield, at about mile 30, the Mosquito Lake wetlands area has a must-see observation deck. Take a break and marvel at the breadth of wildlife—particularly birdlife—found here. Red-tailed hawks, marsh and sparrow hawks, and bald eagles have been spotted here.

The Stone Arch Bridge in Trumbull County is a true highlight of the Western Reserve Trail. To further explore this superb tribute to time and engineering, hit the road on the north side of the bridge for 0.25 mile and take in the magnificent side view of the bridge. Back on the trail you will come to the Sunside trailhead at State Route 305. The rail-trail continues a short distance beyond here to Champion Street north of Warren, but the best access is from this trailhead. To find out if the trail is open, reach out to the Reserve to begin your adventure!

THE WELLNESS GARDEN

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THE WELLNESS GARDEN

Immediately behind the library is the Wellness Garden. The Garden is a place for personal enrichment of the mind, body and spirit. Set aside for reading, study and reflection, it is a beautiful site and safe environment where young children are free to explore, a mother can carve out quality time for herself to quietly read a book or a group of friends may join together to listen to a speaker in natural surroundings. Tai Chi classes are held on the grounds of the Garden as well. Call the library for information.

Located at 6420 Church Street, Kinsman, Ohio 44428
330-876-2461