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Come to Yoder’s Amish Home

Yoder’s Amish Home, opening for tours in 1983. The hog barn and chicken house became a gift shop and the house Gloria had envisioned as her home was now filled with authentic Amish furniture and local Amish ladies spent the day in the kitchen baking bread, cookies and pies which customers were delighted to purchase.
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Stories from Roscoe Miller

Every small town has its historians and Walnut Creek is no exception. Roscoe Miller is remembered as a long time resident of Walnut Creek as well as a teacher and principal at the Walnut Creek School. A natural speaker, Roscoe was known for his stories and often gave talks to visitors. His entertaining, folksy delivery…
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The Jonas Stutzman Covered Bridge in Walnut Creek, Ohio

There's no doubt it's a landmark in the valley south of the village of Walnut Creek. Yes, it's that beautiful wooden covered bridge, located at the bottom of "the Walnut Creek hill" on County Road 145, just steps from the historic Walnut Creek Mennonite Church. How the covered bridge came to be In the early…
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Find your way to Walnut Creek

Walnut Creek is centrally located in Ohio’s Amish Country, about two hours from Cleveland, Columbus and Pittsburgh. We’re easily accessible by I-77 from the east, Route 30 from the North and Route 62 from the south.

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