About the Ohio’s Heartland Wine, Cheese and Chocolate Trail
The Ohio’s Heartland Wine, Cheese and Chocolate Trail is a partnership of six counties in East Central & Northeastern Ohio………
Canton/Stark County Convention and Visitors Bureau
2618 Fulton Drive, Canton, Ohio 44718
Phone: (800) 552-6051 • www.visitcantonstark.com
“America’s Playing Field” Home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, McKinley Presidential Museum & Memorial & First Ladies Library. Known as Ohio’s Golf Capital Stark County offers 21 beautiful golf courses, an amazing arts district, endless shopping & dining, and over 35 lodging options to suit your needs. Stark County also boasts other tourism treasures like the Ohio & Erie Canal Corridor, a massive parks and recreation system, a wide variety of museums and entertainment venues.
Carroll County Convention and Visitors Bureau
61 North Lisbon Street, Carrollton, Ohio 44615
Phone: (877) 727-0103 • www.carrollcountyohio.com
Nestled in the hills of Appalachia, Carroll County “Looks to the future as they honor the past.” Explore our unique attractions including the McCook House Civil War Musuem, Ashton House Museum, Bluebird Farm and Atwood and Leesville Lakes. Festivals throughout the year honor our heritage and offer great food and arts and crafts. Carroll County has small town charm to go with the honor of being 2010 Best of Ohio Most Relaxing Weekend Getaway. The county now has 3 wineries with more in the planning stages. Visitors can stay at Bed & Breakfasts and our motel in Carrollton.
Coshocton County Convention and Visitors Bureau
401 Main Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812
Phone: (800) 338-4724 • www.visitcoshocton.com
Home of the Horse-drawn Canal Boat Ride, Coshocton County is near the heart of Amish Country. Here you’ll find Historic Roscoe Village—a restored 1800s canal town, four wineries, unique dining and shopping, an Award-winning cheese factory, quaint downtown, the largest American flag manufacturer, and the largest public hunting & fishing area in Ohio. Discover for yourself why Midwest Living magazine has twice named Coshocton as ‘One of the top 100 towns to visit’!
Holmes County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau
35 North Monroe Street, Millersburg, Ohio 44656
Phone: (330) 674-3975 • www.visitamishcountry.com
Authentic experiences in the world’s largest Amish community where the skilled craftsmanship of a bygone era is alive and well. Purchase hand-crafted products – quilts, pottery, and hardwood furniture – directly from the artisans. Enjoy rich, home-style foods and cheeses made from locally-produced milk. Acquire a deeper understanding of the Amish Christian profession, which is silently portrayed by their simple lifestyle.
Tuscarawas County Convention and Visitors Bureau
124 East High Avenue, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663
Phone: (800) 527-3387 • www.traveltusc.com
Home to Small Towns…BIG Stories! The Eastern Gateway to Ohio’s Amish Country offers many experiences including historic villages, train and military heritage, nine golf courses and many unique dining and shopping experiences. Nostalgic glimpses in to the past as well as culinary stops add to this beautiful region of Ohio and affordable lodging from familiar brands to rustic inns complete a multi-day trip for families, couples or groups!
Wayne County Convention and Visitors Bureau
428 West Liberty Street, Wooster, Ohio 44691
Phone: (800) 362-6474 • www.waynecountycvb.org
Wayne County is part of the world’s largest Amish area. At Lehman’s Hardware, where the Amish shop for non-electrical goods, you will find products you thought they quit making years ago.Make your own personal collectable piece at The Cat’s Meow Village and see lasers cut inspirational messages at P. Graham Dunn.Taste Wayne County’s home grown wine at Troutman’s Vineyard and peruse 350 varieties of jams and jellies at the J. M. Smucker Company Store and Café.Drive through Secrest Arboretum, complete with a three acre rose garden, and explore diverse landscape theme gardens and plant collections. Shop in an award winning downtown, attend the Ohio Light Opera on the College of Wooster campus and stay over night in a colonial style inn or a boutique hotel.