Carroll County, Ohio is a great place to live, work, visit and enjoy life. We offer everything from quaint downtown shopping to exceptionally beautiful outdoor experiences.
Carroll County, Ohio Convention and Visitors Bureau
Unplug from technology and rediscover your love of nature, small towns and great food as you explore Carroll County. We are just a short drive from many of the major cities in Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Our charming county offers just about everything, with the exception of four-lane highways. As you enjoy the picturesque country side while traveling our winding roads, you’ll discover why residents enjoy our small town charm.
Retreat. Relax. Rejuvinate.
Carroll County was formed on Christmas Day in 1832 from Stark, Columbiana, Harrison, Jefferson and Tuscarawas counties and named after Charles Carroll, the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence.
The county sits along one of the major overland routes from the east. The Great Trail, also known as the Tuscarawas Path, was used by Native Americans, European explorers, fur traders, missionaries, land agents and military expeditions.
Visitors to Carroll County can enjoy its rich history by visiting one of the many locations that are on the National Register of Historic Places such as the McCook House and the Petersburg Mill.
Mill Barn at Algonquin Mill Complex