Carroll County Ohio Convention & Visitors Bureau

Retreat, Relax & Rejuvenate in Carroll County.

Driving Tours

Driving Tours

Carroll County has curvy, hilly roads that are a joy to drive. Our tours will give you a chance to enjoy the journey of traveling through and around Carroll County.

We do not have any four-lane highways and are intermingled with several two-lane state routes. As you drive through the county, take a few moments to enjoy the views of our valley and take note of our wildlife.

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Al-Bi Winery

Opened in September 2003, Al-Bi Winery makes more than 29 wines on-premises. There is something for everyone's taste with the winery producing several traditional grape wines, as well as six fruit wines and two dandelion wines. It is open Thursday and Friday, 5-8 p.m., and Saturday, 2-9 p.m.

Algonquin Mill Complex & Historical Marker

The Algonquin Mill Complex features a pioneer village that includes an old-fashioned gristmill, a saw mill, two-story farmhouse, printshop, schoolhouse and more. The complex is the site of the Algonquin Mill Fall Festival, held the first full weekend in October. The Perry J. Vasbinder Memorial Arboretum has more than 380 different kinds of plants for viewing.

Ashton House Museum

Ashton House Museum preserves the memories of the 20th century as seen through the eyes of Evelyn L. and John H. Ashton by displaying the Ashtons' collections and other historic artifacts that helped to define an era. Enjoy a relaxing stroll through the gardens and a nostalgic walk through the museum. Tours may be scheduled for off-season and off-hours. Gardens are available for weddings. Hours are April through December on Wednesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday, 1-5 p.m.

Ashton's 5 and 10 Cent Store

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!

Atwood Lake Boats

Visit Ohio's largest pontoon boat dealer for a great selection of pontoon boats and outboard motors. Hourly/daily/weekly boat rentals.

Betty Kaye Bakery

Betty Kaye Bakery

Carroll County's oldest and finest bakery was established in 1950. The bakery is like taking a step back in time. It has kept the hometown charm though 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. Hours Tuesday-Friday 7:30am-5:30pm and Saturday 7:30am-5pm.

  • 72 W Main St
  • Carrollton, OH 44615
  • 330-627-2665 or 800-500-5293
Bluebird Farm Park

Step back in time and enjoy the beauty of the 55-acre farm that includes walking trails, gardens, a century-old farmhouse and pre-Civil War barns tucked in the beautiful rolling hills of Carroll County. There is something for everyone at Bluebird Farm Park.

Bud's Farm Toys

For children's toys and adult collectibles, Bud's Farm Toys is the place to shop. Quality die-cast tractors and implements, trucks and construction toys are available, as well as Radio Flyer trikes, bikes and wagons and Breyer horses and accessories. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Carroll County Arts Center

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 created by local artisans. They also offer special displays, concerts and classes.

Carroll County Quilt Square Park

Carroll County Quilt Square Park

Developed through a Make a Difference Day grant in 2005, the squares were painted by volunteers and are 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 significance are: Algonquin Mill - annual festival at historical site; Coley's Stag - one of the last stag bars in the state; Train - railroad history; McCook House -state Civil War museum; Sail Boat - Atwood and Leesville lakes; Daffodil - county flower; Bluebird - county bird; Golf Tee - outdoor recreation; Turkey - hunting tradition; Cows - agricultural heritage; 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 W. Main St.
  • Carrollton, OH 44615

Carrollton Farmers Market

Carrollton Farmers Market

Herbs, jams, pies, cheeses, crafts, shrubs, homegrown meats, fresh fruits and vegetables can be found at the Carrollton Farmers Market. Check out which produce is in season with items varying weekly. The market opens April 30 and continues through Nov. 19.

  • 1305 Canton Road NW
  • Carrollton, OH 44615
  • 330-602-2787

Detweiler's Greenhouses

Detweiler's Greenhouses
Detweiler's Greenhouse offers flats and hanging baskets of flowers and vegetables, as well as organic produce. Buses are welcome. Free gift will be given to visitors 85 years old and older.
  • 4098 Cobbler Road
  • Carrollton, OH 44615
  • 330-627-0535
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