Berlin Area Outdoor Activities
While staying at Donna's Premier Lodging, you will find many fun and interesting activities to do in Ohio's largest Amish Settlement. Whatever your interests or objectives, our gracious staff will be happy to help you put together a great day trip!
1. Amish Country Riding Stables
At the Amish Country Riding Stables, guests can enjoy a guided trail ride through some of the most beautiful countryside that Holmes County has to offer. Travel through lush green woods and meadows and to the tops of hilltops overlooking the beautiful Amish Farmland. The trip is sure to be unforgettable. Come and enjoy a relaxing ride at the Amish Country Riding Stables. 5025 SR 557, Charm / 330-893-3600.
2. Amish Home at Yoder's
Tour two homes, local guides explain culture and lifestyle, barn with animal petting area, buggy rides, school house tours, gift shop, covered picnic area. Locally owned for 25 years. 6050 SR 515, Walnut Creek / 330-893-2541.
3. Cabin Creek Mini Golf
Two 18-hole courses challenge your putting skills. The white and yellow courses contain many “one of a kind” features. There are four bridges, water holes and many other interesting obstacles. The courses are both par rated for pros and amateurs. Also features a driving range, sand volleyball, shuffleboard and batting cages. 1361 CR 108, Sugarcreek / 330-852-4879.
4. Coshocton State Park
Features aquatic center, canal boat rides, golf course, nature trails, campground, paddle boats and bike rentals. 23253 SR 83N., Coshocton / 740-622-7528.
5. Fire Ridge Golf Course
Nestled in the rolling hills of Holmes County, Fire Ridge is a beautiful 18-hole course featuring well maintained greens and fairways. For golfers of all levels, we’re sure you’ll enjoy. 1001 E. Jackson St., Millersburg / 330-674-3921.
6. Historic Roscoe Village
Experience life during the 1800′s in this beautifully restored canal era town called Historic Roscoe Village. “Step back in time” with a canal town journey tour complete with costumed interpreters, hands-on activities, shopping, dining, a horse-drawn canal boat ride and a visit to the museum. 600 N. Whitewoman St., Coshocton / 740-622-9310.
7. Holmes County Rails to Trails
Come and explore Holmes County’s treasure gem, the first trail in the nation uniquely designed to accommodate horse drawn buggies and other forms of non-motorized recreation. Hipp Station in Millersburg—62 N. Grant St., Millersburg.
8. Mohican Adventures
Lots of outdoor activities: canoeing, kayaking, rafting, tubing, mini-golfing, and go cart track! State Route 3 South Loudonville, OH 44842 / 419-994-4097
9. Schrock's Amish Farm & village
Take an Amish buggy ride, train ride and a self-guided Amish Home tour. Visit the antique and craft malls, quilt shop and other specialty shops, A great destination. 4359 SR 39, Berlin / 330-83-3051.
10. The Farm at Walnut Creek
The Farm offers visitors the opportunity to be a part of a local farm as well as feed alternative livestock such as giraffe, zebra, buffalo, antelope and much more from your own vehicle or horse-drawn wagons. Donna’s Premier Lodging will be happy to schedule a private carriage ride for you that will include blanket and a bag lunch to enjoy at the covered bridge overlooking the large pond there at The Farm. 4147 CR 114, Sugarcreek / 330-893-4200.