Al-BI Winery Company 330-735-1061
AL-BI makes more than twenty wines including several of traditional grape wines, six fruit wines and two dandelion wines. There is something for everyone's taste. Al-Bi Winery Company, opened in September of 2003, makes their wine on-premises.
Hours: Monday- Friday 5 pm-8 pm, Saturday 10 am - 8 pm
29 N. Smith Street, Dellroy, OH 44620
Algonquin Mill Complex & Historical Marker 330-627-5910
The Algonquin Mill complex has an old-fashioned gristmill; saw mill, two-story farmhouse, print shop, schoolhouse
and more. The Perry J. Vasbinder Memorial Arboretum has over 380 different kinds of plants for viewing.
234 Autumn Rd SW, Carrollton, 44615
(Mailing address: P.O. Box 174, Carrollton, OH 44615)
www.carrollcountyohio.com/history Festival for 2013 , Oct 11,12,13
|Ashton's 5 & 10¢Store||
Ashton's 5 and 10¢ Store 330-627-2340
Ashton's Ben Franklin Store was opened in 1932 by the late John H. and Evelyn L. Ashton. We are proud of our unique store. We stock a selection of greeting cards, stationary, party supplies, giftware, floral, sewing notions, yarn, toys and ladies hardware. We also will help you decorate for your party by preparing balloon bouquets for any occasion. We carry a large selection of decorations for each season of the year. Candy maybe purchased from our kids novelty line, our regular candy bars, our 21 colors of M and M's or your can take your pick from our candy case. As you enter our store you take a step back in time - we delight in our original squeaky wooden floors!
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am - 6 pm, Saturday 8 am - 5 pm, Sunday noon - 3 pm
60 W. Main Street, Carrollton, 44615
Ashton House Museum 330-627-2682
The mission of the Ashton House Museum is to preserve the memories of the 20th Century (with a glance at the 19th and an eye towards the 21st) as seen, in part, through the eyes of Evelyn L and John H. Ashton. The museum displays the collections of the Ashton family and other historic and nostalgic artifacts that helped define an era. Enjoy a relaxing stroll through the gardens and a nostalgic walk through the museum while you reflect on the America of yesterday. If you choose, you can sit and watch a vintage TV show or listen to an "old-time" radio program. Join us for a journey back in time.
Hours: April - December Wednesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Closed Monday and Tuesday)
Contact: Jim Painting, 120 3rd St., NW, Carrollton
Tours may be scheduled for off-season, off-hours. Gardens are available for weddings. Meeting room available.
Please call to make arrangements.
|Atwood Lake Boats||
Atwood Lake Boats
Marina West 330-364-4703 Marina East 330-735-2323
9298 Atwood Lake Road St. Rt. 542, Dellroy
Visit Ohio's largest pontoon boat dealer for a great selection of pontoon boats and outboard motors.
Hourly / daily / weekly boat rentals. Cruise boat rides and private Charters. Visit the Ship's Store and the
Lighthouse Bistro restaurant at Marina West and Mike's Dockside restaurant at Marina East
|Atwood Lake Park||
Atwood Lake Park 330-343-6780
Atwood Lake Park is located just South of Canton. Boating, fishing, water skiing, hiking, biking and more are available in the park and lake area. Two bedroom cabins, for up to 6 people, are available for rent with all furnishings and amenities except for linens included. The cabins feature heating and air-conditioning for year round comfort.
4956 Shop Road NE, Mineral City, 44656
|Atwood Queen Cruise Boat||
Atwood Queen Cruise Boat 330-364-4703
The Atwood Queen Cruise board is a relaxing and different way to host a company party, group meeting, bus tour or just sit back, relax and spend family time enjoying the beautiful scenery. Cruises are approximately 1/ 14 hours. The light house Restaurant can cater any function whether it is a full dinner or just hors d'oeuvres.
The Atwood Queen Cruise Boat is also available for private charter and group tours ( senior group rates apply.) Tours last approximately 60 minus. Longer cruises are available if requested advance. In case of inclement weather, the cruise boat is equipped with a clear protective curtain. Restroom faculties on board.
9298 Atwood Lake Road, Mineral City, 44656
|Betty Kaye Bakery||
Betty Kaye Bakery 330-627-2665 or
Betty Kaye Bakery is Carroll County's Oldest and Finest Bakery. Established in 1950, Betty Kaye Bakery is like taking a step back in time. It has kept is hometown charm through 3 generations. Betty Kaye features old world recipes, varieties of breads, pastries, and specialty items baked fresh from scratch with no preservatives. Satisfy your sweet tooth with their "World Famous Brownies". They also make to order pies, cakes, hams, etc. Mailing is available.
Hours: Tuesday - Friday 7:30 am - 5:30 pm, Saturday 7:30 - 5 pm, Closed Monday
72 West Main Street, Carrollton, 44615
Bluebird Amphitheater 330-627-8046
The amphitheater has a summer season schedule of performances. Schedule your wedding and reception, corporate or special event in this scenic park setting. Call for rates.
190 Alamo Road, Carrollton, 44615ccparkdistrict.org
Bluebird Farm Park
330-627-7980 - 330-627-8046
Step back in time and enjoy the beauty of the 55 acre farm that includes walking trails, gardens, a century old farm house and pre-Civil War barns tucked in the beautiful rolling hills of Carroll County.
There is something for everyone at Bluebird Farm Park
Park Hours: dawn to dusk
190 Alamo Road, Carrollton, 44615
closes yearly for winter months (Dec. 23) / reopens April 1
|Bud's Farm Toys||
Bud's Farm Toys 330-627-5343
For children's toys and adult collectables, Bud's Farm Toys is the place to shop! Quality die cast tractors and implements, trucks and construction toys - Radio Flyer trikes, bikes and wagons - Breyer Horses and Accessories
And Much, Much more.
Contact: Cheryl & Bud Garner
Hours: Monday - Friday 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday - 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
75 West Main St., Carrollton, 44615
www.BudsFarmToys.net email: info@firstname.lastname@example.org
Arts Center 330-627-3739
Located in a restored historic feed mill, the Arts Center has original paintings and photographs, one-of-a-kind jewelry items, scarves, cards and limited edition prints all done by local artisans. They also offer special displays,
concerts and classes.
204 West Main Street, Carrollton, 44615
Email - email@example.com
|Carroll County Genealogical Society||
Carroll County Genealogical Society Library
Want to learn about your ancestry? This is the place to do that. The library is home to Carroll County records that begin in 1833 when the county was formed. The library is stocked with our own early courthouse records such as marriages, wills, deeds and estate packets. Besides that, we have records from the five parent counties; Stark, Columbiana, Jefferson, Harrison, and Tuscarawas. There are other records including census films and many more.
Hours: 9:00 - Noon, Mon-Wed; 1:00 - 4:00, Thurs-Fri; 10:00 - 2:00 Sat
24 Second St NE, Carrollton, 44615
|Carroll County Quilt Square Park||
Carroll County Quilt Square Park
The park was developed through a Make a Difference Day grant in 2005. The squares were painted by volunteers with the supplies being purchased through grant funds. the park is a variation of the popular quilt barn project; it was decided to make a patchwork quilt of items that are significant to the history and heritage of the county. There are 14 patches in the park and the composite quilt is on the side of the Virginia Restaurant at 89 W Main St. The 14 squares and the reason significance are: Algonquin Mill-annual festival at historical site, Coley's Stag-one of last stag bars in state, Train-railroad history, McCook House-State Civil War Museum, Sail Boat-the lakes in the county, Daffodil-county flower, Bluebird-county bird, Golf Tee-outdoor recreation, Turkey- hunting tradition, Cows-agricultural heritage, Pine Trees-one of the largest producers of Christmas trees in state, Courthouse Clock-historical building and county seat, Indian-The Indian Great Trail crossed the county, County Outline-unique shape of county. The composite quilt uses the county's Bicentennial Barn as the middle square to complete the quilt.
88 West Main St, Carrollton, 44615
|Carroll Meadows Golf Course||
Carroll Meadows Golf Course 330-627-2663
Carroll Meadows is an 18 hole, par 71 professionally designed golf course. There are four sets of tees to accommodate golfers of all skill levels. Watered fairways, tees and large greens are enjoyable at all times and weather. They offer weekday specials and "Senior Day", weekend and holiday specials. There is a pro-shop on site and food available.
Contact: Mike Pozderac
1130 Meadowbrook Lane NE, Carrollton 44615
|Carrollton Farmers Market||
Carrollton Farmers Market 330-866-9011 /
Produce and much more! The fare varies weekly! You might find herbs, jams, pies, cheeses, crafts, shrubs, homegrown meats, fresh fruits and vegetables in season...who knows! Always worth the browse.
The Market opens May 5 and continues through November 17.
1305 Canton Rd, NW, Carrollton Hours: Saturday 8:00 am - Noon
Tuesday 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm July 17 - September 25
|Casa Loma Farm||
Casa Loma Farm 330-627-9967
Located on State Route 39, just outside of Carrollton, Casa Loma offers alpaca sales, breeding, boarding and farm visits. Stop by and take a chance or call for an appointment.
4100 Salineville Road, NE, Carrollton, 44615
|South Fork Marina||
South Fork Marina 740-269-5371
South Fork Marina offers boat rentals including pontoon and fishing boats, repairs, and bait. They can dock up to 100 boats. Plans include adding a deck on the front and will be offering coffee, donuts and some sandwiches. They rent out 2 cabins on a weekly basis and include a dock space or reduction in boat rental with the cabin rental.
Contact: Keith Ott
4131 Deer Road. SW, Bowerston, 44695
www.leesvillelake.com email: Keith@LeesvilleLake.com
|Coffee Pot Farm||
Coffee Pot Farm 330-735-2067
View and interact with alpacas at the Coffee Pot farm located in the beautiful Atwood Lake region. They offer sales, alpaca products and fleece. Can accommodate tour buses.
Contact: Chuck or Kathie Thompson
6140 Factor Road, Sherrodsville, 44675
www.coffeepotfarm.com email: CoffeePotAlpacas@yahoo.com
Detweiler's Greenhouses 330-627-0535
Detweiler's Greenhouse offers flats and hanging baskets of flowers and vegetables and organic produce.
Buses welcome. Free gift for visitors 85 years and older.
Contact: Gideon Detwiler
4098 Cobbler Road, Carrollton, 44615
Open beginning in April. No Sunday sales.
|Great Trail Golf Course||
Great Trail Golf Course 330-868-6770
Located in Minerva, Great Trail offers 27 holes of some of the most scenic golf in northeast Ohio. Weekday and weekend specials available. "Eat, Sleep and Golf" packages offered 7 days a week. Club services include an indoor heated swimming pool, lodging, and three fully catered banquet facilities for special events. Meeting rooms and pavilion rentals are also available.
Hours: Open 7:00 am daily
Contact: Cathy Fry
10154 Great Trail Dr., Minerva 44657
www.greattrailgolfcourse.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Heads or Tales Bison Ranch||
Heads or Tales Bison Ranch 330-739-4002
View large numbers of free roaming buffalo and hear a brief history of the buffalo. Pelts and skulls are available for sale. Heads or Tales offer a wide variety of meats, roasts, jerky and sausage.
Contact: Nancy Kittle
6039 Amsterdam Road, Amsterdam, 43903
Hours: By appointment
|Hidden Valley Farms Bulk Food Store||
Hidden Valley Farms Bulk Food Store
Opened in November 2005, Hidden Valley Farms Bulk Food Store stocks spices, dried fruit, nuts and baking products. You can get eggs and home grown beef products. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, you can purchase fresh made cinnamon rolls and bread. Fresh Made items vary on other days. You can order pies, bread and cookies.
Contact: Mary Ann Brown
9100 Avon Road, Salineville, 43945
Hours: Tues-Fri 10 am - 4 pm
Sat 10 am - 2 pm
|Historic Downtown Carrollton||
Historic Downtown Carrollton
Spend some time exploring downtown Carrollton's shopping. There are several antique shops, restaurants, arts and craft shops, toyshops, and old fashioned 5 & 10, a bakery, clothing and shoe stores, a farm market to buy deli items, enjoy lunch or buy home made products and home grown produce. Plan to spend the day exploring all hte historic buildings and homes within walking distance of the square or just sit on a bench and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. Downtown Carrollton is 20 minutes or less from any of these attractions.
All your hunting needs!
2167 Canton Rd, Carrollton
The Journey at Pleasant Grove -
A spiritual walk through the woods behind Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church. Situated on four acres, The Journey highlights key events in Jesus' life beginning at the stable in Bethlehem and culminating at the empty tomb.
The grounds are open dawn to dusk year-round and admission is free. You may stroll the paths on your own or guided tours are available by reservation. Mulched trails make the terrain accessible to most guests. Picnic pavilion and outdoor chapel are available for a fee. Groups of any size are welcome.
Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church grounds, 5230 Arrow Rd. NW, Minerva
|Lana Bella Alpaca Farm||
Lana Bella Alpaca Farm 330-627-6000
Located on 53 acres just south of Augusta Twp. on St. Rt. 9, Lana Bella is a full service alpaca farm and home to Lana Bella Alpaca Store offering a full line of alpaca sweaters, accessories, yarn, fleece, and more. Store hours are Monday-Friday 2pm-7pm and Saturday and Sunday noon to 7pm (most days) or just take a chance and stop by to see the babies or call to schedule an appointment.
Contact: Frank & Jody Hezoucky
7256 Kensington Road., Carrollton, 44615
www.4alpaca.com email: email@example.com
Leesville Lake 740-269-5371
Leesville Lake offers 1000 acres of water surface, 2700 acres of land, there are two public launch ramps,
10 horsepower limit for boating and fishing. There is camping and seven youth camps on the lake. Leesville Lake
is consistently ranked as one of the top Ohio Lakes for "muskie" fishing.
|Magnolia Flour Mill||
Magnolia Flour Mill 330-409-8896
Magnolia Flouring Mills is the finest original mill preserved in Stark County and one of the best in Ohio. The 5-story wooden building was built in 1834 by one of the founders of Magnolia. The Mill sits along the former Sandy & Beaver Canal. Group tours welcome with advance registration. June, July, & Aug
Contact: Jared Shive
261 North Main Street, Magnolia, 44643
www.starkparks.com/park.asp?park=9 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Manfull Orchards & Back Door Treasures||
Manfull Orchards & Back Door Treasures
Manfull Orchards Farm Market has offered Carroll County's Freshest fruits and vegetables for seven generations. Located in Augusta on St. Rt. 9, the roadside market features homegrown apples, peaches, sweet corn, pumpkins, and other fruits and vegetables in season. Jams, jellies, mixes and overflowing with a few antiques and collectible treasures.
Contact: JoAnn Scherr
8146 Kensington Road, Augusta, 44607
Hours: Late July through Early January Monday - Saturday - 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Winter hours: 10:00 am-5:00 pm
|McCook House Civil War Museum||
McCook House Civil War Museum 330-627-3345
Located at the top of the square in downtown Carrollton, The Civil War Museum is a memorial of Ohio's "Fighting McCooks." This Historic House was home to Major Daniel McCook, who with his nine sons and five sons of his brother became know as the "Fighting McCooks" because of their participation in the armed services of their country prior to the Civil War. The federal style house has displays from the Civil War and each year has special displays of local history.
Contact: Shirley Anderson
Public Square, Carrollton, 44615
Hours: Memorial Day through Labor Day
Friday & Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm
Labor Day through Second Weekend in October
Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Open house all weekend with a candlelight tour Friday evening.
Admission: Suggested $3.00 donation
Minerva Diary 330-868-4196
The Minerva Diary produced their first vat of cheese and batch of butter in 1935. The dairy store/lunch counter opened March 10, 1940 in a blinding snowstorm. Today the Minerva Diary is run by the 4th and 5th generations. The in house store offers a large selection of natural cheeses, deli items, Amish-style butter, Ohio raw milk and goat cheeses, this factory strives to maintain a product free of hormones or antibiotics. Watch through the viewing window to see how the cheese is made. Family owned & operated since 1894
439 Radloff Ave, off of Route 30, Minerva 44657
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 12 pm - 6 pm
Wednesday and Saturday 9 am - 3 pm
www.cheesehere.com email: info@Cheesehere.com
Paperworks & More 330-627-6106
Office supplies and unique gift store with homemade jewelry items, homemade candies,
bath and body products, pet items, baby products, and inspirational products
30 S. Lisbon Street (on the square), Carrollton, 44615
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday and Saturday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Petersburg Marina 330-627-4270
Petersburg Marina offers boat sales and service, fuel, docking, rentals, restaurant and supplies. Park has space for camping and cabin rentals are available. They have fishing tournaments on Leesville Lake where you find record size "muskies' and a population of channel catfish, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, crappie and bluegill.
Contact: Mary Jo Turner
2126 Azalea Road, SW, Carrollton, 44615
|Sanford's Quail Farm||
Sanford's Quail Hills & Dales
Scio Community 740-945-2172
Annual events in this charming rural town include a Memorial Day Parade, Fireworks Celebration in the park, kids' fishing tournament, Fall Festival and the stirring Christmastime presentation of The Bethlehem Walk.
Contact: Jim or Kelly Thompson
Scio Historical Museum
201 East Main Street, Scio, Ohio 43988
on Rt.151 & 646
Built during the 1899 oil boom, the main street house was purchased in 1995 for a museum. Items of interest include displays and information on the Scio College 1866-1911, The Oil Boom of 1898, General George Custer, The Scio Pottery, Menkel's Millinery, and Scio High School collections from 1900's-1971 and Jewett-Scio High School 1972-1985. There is a large Veteran's Display of uniforms, awards, swords, etc. beginning with the Civil War era donated by local veterans. Also on display are historical items donated by Scio's Citizens. Pictorial collections depict local people and events. Open all four days of Scio's Fall in August
Curator: Dee Ann Horstman
Hours: June - September (last Sunday of the Month) 12 - 4 pm/OR by appt.
During Fall Festival, hours are 5 - 8 pm and closed during the parade. (Fall Festival is held annually the third weekend in August.)
|Snode's Restored Country Barn & Melon Farm||
Snode's Restored Country Barn & Melon Farm
866-733-0074 or 330-863-0787
Snode's Farm Market opens the middle of August. Fresh garden produce, melons. Barn is
available for rent for meetings, receptions, parties. Restroom is located in the silo.
Contact: Sue Snode email@example.com
6052 Arrow Road, Minerva, 44657
|Stillfork Variety Store||
Stillfork Variety Store 330-627-7440
Literally a "little bit of everything!" You never know what you'll find when you walk through the doors of this unique store. Food items, health care needs, housewares, toys, school supplies a large selection of baby items and a limited supply of clothing. The inventory changes frequently so stop by often to see what's in store.
Contact: Karen and Dan Detweiler
3037 Arbor Rd, Carrollton
Hours: Monday - Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Museum of Childhood at Bluebird Farm Park
90 Alamo Rd, SE, Carrollton
Located in scenic Bluebird Farm Park, Susie’s Museum of Childhood is filled with a vast collection of playthings available to American children from the late 1700's to present day. Extensive displays of collectible Steiff animals, dolls of every description as well as more contemporary Disney and advertising doll collections transport visitors to the world of wonderful childhood memories.
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday - 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Special Tours available by appointment.