Receptive Services • Other Tour Services • Regional Partners

Group Tour Services

Our 2015-2016 Group Tour Planner is currently unavailable.

The Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors Bureau offers the following services:

  • Individual FAM Tours
  • Group Leader FAM’s
  • Pre-Planned FAM’s
  • Brochures
  • Group Tour Planner
  • Suggested Itineraries
  • Step-On Guides
  • Promotional DVD & Photos
Please fill out our Group Tour Information Request form or contact Tiffany Gerber, our Group Tour Manager, at tgerber@traveltusc.com for questions, concerns and information.

We are proud members of: American Bus Association, Adventures in Northeast Ohio, North Carolina Motorcoach Association, Ohio Has IT!, Ontario Motorcoach Association, Pennsylvania Bus Association, Tennessee Motorcoach Association and Virginia Motorcoach Association.

Receptive Services

Amish Heartland Tours & Receptive

Phone: (330) 893-3248
Address: PO Box 462, Berlin, Ohio 44610
Website: http://www.amishheartlandtours.com/
Email: lavonne@amishheartlandtours.com
Contact: LaVonne DeBois

Amish Heartland Tours has been offering receptive services for groups visiting Ohio’s Amish Heartland (Tuscarawas, Holmes, Wayne and Stark) since 1991. They will customize itineraries specific to each group’s travel interests.

Country Coach Adventures

Phone: (877) 359-5282
Address: 13519 Stoneford St. Beach City, Ohio 44608
Website: http://www.amishadventures.com/
Email: info@amishadventures.com
Contact: Carol Glessner

Country Coach Adventures is your group tour connection to Northeast Ohio: featuring Cleveland, Akron, Canton and Amish Country! With over 20 years experience, Country Coach Adventures offers fun, unique and educational experiences for all groups. It’s a one stop “shop” for all your travel needs.

Eastern Ohio Tours

Phone: (877) 359-5282
Address: PO BOX 494, Zanesville, Ohio 43702
Website: http://www.easternohiotours.com/
Email: dixiewyler99@yahoo.com
Contact: Dixie Lee Wyler

Eastern Ohio Tours specializes in creating interesting and unique tours with special access to the best attractions Eastern Ohio has to offer, including: Longaberger Homestead, Warther Museum, Roscoe Village, all area wineries and more!

Swiss Valley Tours

Phone: (330) 852-3898
Address: PO Box 552, Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681
Website: n/a
Email: maryswissvalley@bbnwireless.com
Contact: Mary Beachy

Swiss Valley Tours goes the extra mile to make you look great! Mary Beachy has lived in and has been a member of the Amish community her entire life. As a tour planner and step-on-guide with over 20 years of experience, join Swiss Valley Tours through the backroads of the Amish countryside.

Other Tour Services

Candle Gold Star Tours

Phone: (330) 455-4444
Address: 1501 Perry Drive SW, Canton, Ohio 44710
Website: http://www.candlecoachllc.com/
Email: candlecoach@gmail.com
Contact: Howard and Joanne Parks

Haunted Heartland Tours

Phone: (330) 412-6114
Address: n/a
Website: http://www.hauntedhistory.net/
Email: sherri@hauntedhistory.net
Contact: Sherri Brake

Intimidator Tours & Charters

Phone: (330) 859-2766
Address: P.O. BOX 498 Mineral City, Ohio, 44656
Website: http://www.intimidatortours.com/
Email: ed@intimidatortours.com
Contact: Ed Carter

Regional Partners

Canton/Stark County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Phone: (330) 458-2086
Address: 222 Market Ave N, Canton, Ohio 44702
Website: http://www.visitcantonstark.com/
Email: allyb@visitcantonstark.com
Contact: Allyson Bussey

The Canton/Stark County Convention & Visitors Bureau is your source of information for national attractions such as the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the National First Ladies Library and the McKinley Presidential Musuem and Monument.

Tour their expansive culinary and wine experiences and enjoy their diverse arts districts, museums, galleries, theatres and botique shops.

Holmes County Tourism Bureau

Phone: (330) 674-3975
Address: 35 N Monroe St, Millersburg, Ohio 44654
Website: http://www.visitamishcountry.com/
Email: n/a
Contact: n/a

Come and experience the simple life in Holmes County, Ohio – home to the world’s largest Amish community. Discover a place where the sounds of traffic and honking horns have been replaced with the clip-clop of horse hooves and the hum of hand-made buggy wheels.

Savor the down home cooking and shop for handmade quilts, artwork and furniture in Millersburg, Berlin, Walnut Creek and Charm.