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Contents

Wayne County History........................................................................4

Our Neighbors....................................................................................5

Advertisers’ Listings:

Shopping Pleasures & Services...........................................................8

Art, Artifacts & Antiques...................................................................11

What’s Cooking................................................................................12

Coffee & Specialty Drinks.................................................................13

Beer, Wine & Spirits..........................................................................14

Farms & Farmers’ Markets................................................................14

Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts..................................................................15

Camping...........................................................................................16

Recreation........................................................................................17

Conference, Party Centers & Catering...............................................17

Maps...........................................................................................19-21

The Outdoors...............................................................................22-23

Accommodations Chart...............................................................24-25

Historical Societies...........................................................................26

Information/Mileage Chart...............................................................27

Welcome

Welcome to Wayne County. We are very pleased you are

thinking about visiting our area. This visitors guide will make

it easy for you to find all of our many unique attractions and

venues. If you need additional information for meetings, reunions

or weddings, please visit the website and download the Event

Planning Guide. If you are planning a motorcoach tour, the

Group Tour Planner is also available.

Contact the Wayne County Convention and Visitors Bureau

if you have guests in town, need something to do with your

family, or just want to discover something new in your own

backyard. If your business holds seminars or meetings, the

CVB can help you find the perfect location. Contact the CVB

at 1-800-362-6474 or info@wccvb.com.

Thank you for visiting Wayne County.

Direct all visitor inquiries to:

Wayne County Convention & Visitors Bureau

428 W. Liberty St., Wooster, Ohio 44691

330-264-1800 or 800-362-6474

Fax 330-264-1141

E-mail info@wccvb.com

Web site: www.wccvb.com

Published by: Wooster Color Point

1345 West Old Lincoln Way, P.O. Box 265, Wooster, Ohio 44691-0071

330-262-6847 • Fax 330-263-7227 • www.woostercolorpoint.com


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will help you take the next step on your

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Phone: 330.669.9212 • Fax: 330.669.9242

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Wayne County History

Wayne County, Ohio, named for famed Revolutionary War

Brigadier General Anthony Wayne, was organized largely

within its present borders in 1812. The county was carved

out of the huge Wayne County in the Northwest Territory

which originally took in parts of Ohio and several other

states. Wooster, the county seat since 1808, was established

by John Bever, William Henry, and Joseph Larwill, and named

after General David Wooster, another Revolutionary War

hero. Today, Wayne County is the 24th largest county in Ohio,

covering more than 550 square miles.

Wayne County’s rich soil and plentiful water supply have

continuously supported a strong agricultural community.

Farms and roadside produce stands are still present and

thriving in the county today. Wayne County is home to

many world-renowned businesses such as The Wooster

Brush Company, ArtiFlex, Schaeffler Group USA Inc. and

The J.M. Smucker Company.

The Lincoln Highway Historic Byway runs through Wayne

County. Designated by red, white and blue signs, this route

follows the original 241 mile Ohio 1928 alignment that

stretched from New York City westward to San Francisco.

Charles Follis: The First African American

Professional Football Player

Charles Follis will come to life, for future generations of

sports and history fans, with the creation of the“Charles

Follis Trail,” open now in Wayne and Richland counties. The

trail highlights important locations and milestones of Charles

Follis’ fast and furious

decade, from his time as

a standout football player

at Wooster High School,

through his professional

career with the Shelby Blues.

Scan the QR code or visit

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for details of the trail.

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Our Neighbors

Wayne County, together with neighboring Holmes,

Stark, and Tuscarawas Counties, is home to the largest

community of Amish in the world. The roots of the Amish

began in Switzerland among Swiss Brethren in 1693

under the leadership of Jakob Amman. In the early 18th

century, the Amish began immigrating to Pennsylvania

due to intense religious persecution in Europe. From 1813

to 1860, another wave of immigrants settled farther west

in Ohio, Illinois and Missouri. This wave included Swiss-

German speaking Mennonites, along with more Amish

from Switzerland and the Alsace-Lorraine area.

Although Amish lifestyles vary between and

sometimes within communities, the Amish are widely

known for their plain dress, simple living, and their

resistance to modern conveniences and technology.

The Amish generally live in homes without electricity

or telephones, ride in buggies and other horse-drawn

vehicles, and wear very plain, homemade clothing. Their

profound religious beliefs require that they live as close

to their founding principles as possible. Their self-reliance

and work values are displayed in their community barn

raisings, threshing rings, quilting groups and church

services. Although most Amish in Wayne County still

live on the farm, reflecting their roots as an agricultural

community, many have occupations in other areas such

as woodworking, cabinetry and carpentry; others are

blacksmiths, buggy and carriage makers, and repair shop

owners.

Amish farms, one-room schoolhouses and the black,

horse-drawn buggies are familiar sights around Wayne

County. Visitors and residents alike often visit the many

Amish-style restaurants in the area. Authentic Amish recipes

are prepared for breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as

extraordinary desserts including pastries, apple fritters, and

deep-dish fruit pies. Quality, handcrafted Amish products

are often sought out, including fine wood furniture, handstitched

quilts, and carvings.

The Amish community is made up of friendly people

who are eager to speak about their unique lifestyles.

It should be noted, however, that they prefer not to be

photographed due to their religious beliefs and will not

pose for photos. Visitors who enter into the atmosphere

of the Amish community often gain a new perspective on

modern life and a greater respect for the Amish, who seek

to maintain a simple lifestyle.

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The following is a list of attractions and establishments in Wayne County. The numbers preceding each

one are keyed to the maps on pages 19-21. Refer to the key above for amenity symbol explanations.

Shopping Pleasures & Services

1. Blue Spruce Boutique 116 E. Liberty St., Downtown Wooster,

44691 330-601-0100 www.bluespruceboutique.com

Hrs. M-Sa 10am-5pm

2. Books In Stock Used & Rare 140 E. Liberty St., Downtown

Wooster, 44691 330-262-BOOK Email: info@booksinstock.net

Website: www.booksinstock.net Hrs. M-Sa 10am-8pm; Su 12-5pm.

3. Brown’s Furniture 138 W. Market St., Orrville, 44667

330-682-3966 Website: www.brownsfurniture.com

Email: info@brownsfurniture.com Hrs. M,Th,F 9am-7pm; Tu,W,

Sa 9am-5:30pm; Su noon-4pm.

4. Buehler’s Fresh Foods (3 Wayne County locations) 336

N. Market St., Downtown Wooster, 44691 330-264-9900; 3540

Burbank Rd., Northend Wooster, 44691 330-345-5908; and 1114

W. High St., Orrville, 44667 330-683-2060 Email: comments@

buehlers.com Website: www.buehlers.com Complete supermarket

showcasing quality fresh perishable departments, ready-to-eat

foods and full-service restaurant options. Downtown Wooster

Hrs. M-Sa 7am-9pm; Su 7am-7pm. Northend Wooster Hrs.

M-Sa 6am-10pm; Su 7am-9pm. Orrville Hrs. M-Sa 7am-10pm; Su

7am-9pm.

5. Canaan Meats 1679 Old Columbus Rd., Wooster, 44691

330-804-0240 Email: ccm11970@aol.com Website: www.

canaanmeats.com Follow us on Facebook. Beef-Pork-Lamb-Goat-

Deer custom processing. Vacuum packed eliminates freezer burn.

Bacon Lovers Stop. 2018 Small Business of the Year. Retail store

Hrs. M-F 8am-6pm; Sa 8am-3pm.

6. The Clothing Warehouse Wooster 1981 Portage Rd., Wooster,

44691 330-264-8776 Website: www.tiktok.com/@clothingwarehouseohio

We carry name brand items up to 75% off of retail! Find women’s,

men’s and children’s clothing, shoes, accessories, jewelry, household

items and so much more. Hrs. M-Sa 9am-9pm; Su 10am-7pm.

7. Com-Patt-ibles Flowers and Gifts 149 N. Grant St., Downtown

Wooster, 44691 330-264-8654 Email: compattibles@gmail.com

Website: www.compattiblesflowersandgifts.com

Hrs. M-F 9am-5pm; Sa 9am-1pm

8. Dollar 1 1981 Portage Rd. Wooster, 44691 330-264-8776 Website:

www.tiktok.com/@dollar1official?lang=en. Every Friday is Black Friday!

Shop thousands of items with new inventory every week! The best

deals in town; prices changing every day, ranging from $7 to 25 cents.

Hrs M-W,F-Sa 8am-9pm; Th 8am-5pm; Sun 10am-7pm;

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9. E&H Ace Hardware 115 S. Market St., Downtown Wooster,

44691 330-262-8821 Visit our flagship location and “The Nook”,

our in-store boutique! Hrs. M-Th 7am-7pm; F 7am-8pm,

Sa 8am-7pm; Su 9am-5pm.

10. East Union Bulk Food Store & Deli 9089 E. Lincoln Way,

Orrville, 44667 330-682-2100 One of the original bulk food

stores! Produce, bakery, candies, chocolates, nuts, snacks, spices &

more. Deli items are sliced fresh! Hrs. M-F 8am-5pm; Sa 8am-4pm.

11. Eastwood Furniture 4722 Kidron Rd., Kidron, 44636 330-

857-2009 Email:eastwoodkidron@wifi7.com Website: www.

eastwoodfurniture.com Over 25 years as one of Ohio’s largest

custom furniture retailers with 3 stores across NE Ohio! Also visit

“Simply Ohio Boutique” in our Kidron Store. Hrs. M-Sa 9am-5pm.

12. Everything Surplus 1981 Portage Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-264-

8776 Website: www.everythingsurpluswooster.com Find the best value

at well below retail in furniture, toys, lawn and garden, electronics,

food, sporting goods, houseware, tools, entertainment and so much

more. Hrs. M-Sa 9am-9pm; Su 10am-7pm.

13. Expert T’s 221 Beall Ave., Wooster, 44691 330-263-4588

Website: www.expert-ts.com,Hrs. Tu-F 10am-5:30pm;

Sa 9am-12pm.

14. Friendtique 223 W. Liberty St., Downtown Wooster, 44691

(across the street from the Library) 330-262-2012 Email:

friendtique.nest@gmail.com Website: www.friendtique.org

Antiques, gently used furniture, household and ladies and men’s

clothing. Profits benefit Ohio’s Hospice Lifecare. Donations

accepted during business hours. Hrs. W-F 10am-5pm; Sa 10am-

4pm.

15. GoBus (Non-Profit Transportation Service) 4 pickup

locations across the county (check map) 740-767-4500 & 888-954-

6287 Email: gobus@hapcap.org Website: www.ridegobus.com

Hrs. M-F 8am-4pm. See display ad.

16. Hummingbird Hill Flower Farm 10055 S Funk Rd, Shreve,

44676 614-425-5480. Email: gina@hummingbirdhillflowerfarm.com

Website: www.hummingbirdhillflowerfarm.com 6 Acres of Flower

Fun + Hummingbirds, Butterflies & More! Fresh Cut Flowers -

Perennials - Herbs - Flower Picking - Education - Private Events -

Photography Mini Sessions - Workshops - Sunset Dinners.

Seasonal Hours.

17. JK Gift Shop 114 E. Liberty St., Downtown Wooster, 44691

330-725-7623. Email: shopjkwooster@gmail.com Website: www.

shopjkgifts.com Hrs. M-Sa 10am-5pm. See display ad.

18. The J.M. Smucker Co. Store All the Goodness of Smuckers®

-and More-in a Store. 333 Wadsworth Rd., Orrville, 44667 330-684-

1500 Website: www.jmsmucker.com/smucker-café-store. Located

on St. Rt. 57, just north of US St. Rt. 30. For over 120 years The

J.M. Smucker Co. has made quality products that over time, have

become staples in family pantries across North America. While

visiting, experience our company’s rich history and browse our full

selection of products and merchandise in Orrville, OH, where our

Company originated. In addition to our iconic brands, our store also

features unique gift items, gift baskets and souvenirs for the whole

family, even your furry family members. Guests can even create a

personalized jar of Smucker’s® or Jif® with their own picture on

the label! Hrs. M-Sa 9am-5:30pm. See display ad.

19. Journey in Time 1314 Wadsworth Rd., Orrville 44667

330-683-7503 Email: Rt57journeyintime@gmail.com.

Journey In Time is a 25,000 sq. ft. shopping destination filled

with home décor, primitives, antiques, and unique items for your

home and gardens. Hrs. T-Sa 10am-5pm; Su 11am-5pm.

20. Lehman’s On the Square in Kidron, Mailing Address: PO Box 270,

Kidron, 44636. Online Mapping Address: 4779 Kidron Rd., Dalton

44618 (Four miles south of U.S. Rt. 30 between Wooster and Canton.)

330-857-5757 or 1-800-438-5346 Email: info@Lehmans.com Website:

www.Lehmans.com. Visit Lehman’s on the Square in Kidron! The 45,000

sq.ft. of store contains thousands of non-electric, practical and nostalgic

products. From cooking and gardening to heating with wood, nonelectric

lighting and toys; Lehman’s offers thousands of simple products

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that help you take the next step on your journey to the simpler life.

Hrs. Jan-May: M-Sa 9am-5pm; June-Dec: M-Sa 9am-6pm See display ad.

21. Lynch’s Irish Imports 116 S. Market St., Downtown Wooster,

44691 330-601-0160 Email: lynchsirishimports@gmail.com

Hrs. Tu-Sa 11am-5pm.

22. MCC Connections Thrift Shop & Quilt Room 4080 Kidron

Rd., PO Box 19, Kidron, 44636 330-857-7802 Email:

info@mccconnections.com Website: www.mccconnections.com.

An upscale thrift shop. Find bargains in name-brand clothing,

housewares, furniture, toys, books, vintage, and more. Benefits

Mennonite Central Committee’s mission globally and locally. Hrs.

M-F 9am-5pm; Sa 9am-4pm.

23. MacKenzie’s Silver Lining 147 E. Liberty St., Downtown

Wooster, 44691 330-262-1330 Website: MacKenziesSilverLining.com.

Unique art jewelry in silver & gold with natural gemstones,

beads, cabochons & pearls. Custom designs by MacKenzie.

Hrs. W-F 10am-5:30pm; Sa 10am-1pm. Holiday Hrs.

Tu-Sa 10am-6pm.

24. Marshallville Packing Co., Inc. 50 E. Market St., PO Box

276, Marshallville, 44645 330-855-2871 One of Ohio’s largest

meat markets. A complete line of old-world sausages and

smoked meats. Locally raised beef, pork and chicken fresh daily

in retail store. Visit us on the web at www.marshallville-meats.

com Hrs. Tu-F 9am-6pm; Sa 9am-5pm. Weekly specials. Buses by

appointment only.

25. Motts Oils & More 137 W. Liberty, Downtown Wooster 44691

330-601-1645 Email: mottsoils@gmail.com Hrs. Tu-F 10am-5pm;

Sa 10am-3pm.

26. Nest by Friendtique 132 N. Walnut St., Downtown Wooster,

44691 330-262-2012 Email:friendtique.nest@gmail.com Website:

www.friendtique.org/nest. Antiques, gently used Furniture, Vintage

Clothing, Books and more. Profits benefit Ohio’s Hospice Lifecare.

Donations accepted during business hours. Hrs. W-F 10am-5pm; Sa

10am-4pm.

27. P. Graham Dunn Factory Store 630 Henry St., Dalton,

44618 330-828-2105 Email: gallery@pgrahamdunn.com

Website: www.pgrahamdunn.com Hrs. M-Sa 10am-5:30pm.

See display ad.

28. Pallotta Ford Lincoln 4199 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, 44691

330-345-6600 or 1-800-589-2065 Email: office@pallottaford.com.

Wayne County’s largest complete Sales & Service Center, Service,

Parts, Tires, and Accessories. On-site state-of-the-art Collision

Center. Open 6 days a week or visit us on the web at www.

pallottaford.com

29. Pine Cone Gift Shop 2877 Kidron Rd., Orrville, 44667

330-857-4443 Email: ahodkin01@gmail.com. Specializing in fairy

gardens & accents, beautiful floral wreaths & arrangements,

battery timer candles, linens, jewelry & unique gifts and so much

more! Hrs. Tu,Th-F 10am-5pm; W, Sa 10am-4pm.

30. Pine Tree Barn & Farms 4374 Shreve Rd., Wooster, 44691

330-264-1014 or Fax 330-264-8987 Email: info@pinetreebarn.com

Website: www.PineTreeBarn.com An award-winning restored

1868 barn with spectacular views overlooking the Killbuck Valley

and lakes. Offering 25,000 sq. ft. of gifts and accessories for

all occasions, fabulous boutique, year-round Christmas Shop,

Christmas Tree Farm, beautiful home furnishings and interior

design service and a gourmet luncheon restaurant. (See our

restaurant listing!) Details at www.PineTreeBarn.com and

Facebook. Open 7 days a week: M-Sa 9am-5pm; Su 10am-5pm.

Lunch served11am-2:30pm. Extended hours Thanksgiving thru

Christmas. See display ad.

31. Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center 4141 Cleveland Rd.,

Wooster, 44691 330-345-5051 Email: office@pallottaford.com Website:

www.pallottaford.com Hrs. M-F 7am-6pm; Sa 7am-3pm.

32. Roomscapes 146 E. Liberty St. (in Liberty St. Marketplace),

Downtown Wooster,44691 330-262-1088 Website:

www.roomscapesonline.com Ekornes Stressless Chairs, distinctive

furnishings by Smith Brothers, Norwalk, American Leather Comfort

Sleepers. Free in-home decorating. Hrs. M-F 10am-6pm; Sa 10am-

5pm. Also visit Runion's Furniture in Orrville.

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33. The Salt & Serenity Grotto 111 S. Buckeye St. Suite LL2,

Downtown Wooster, 44691 330-804-7258 Email: relax@

saltgrottolife.com Website: www.saltgrottolife.com Hrs. Tu-W

10am-7pm; Th By Appointment; F 10am-5pm Sa 9am-1pm

34. Sayre’s Marketplace 133 E. Main St., Smithville, 44677

330-669-2572 Email: sayresmarketplace@gmail.com

Hrs. W-Sa 10am-6pm

35. Shisler’s Cheese House 55 Kidron Rd., Orrville, 44667

330-682-2105 or Fax 330-682-1307 Website: www.cheesehouse.com

Hrs. M-Sa 8am-6pm; Su 9am-6pm. See display ad.

36. Toyrifix 885 W. Main St., Smithville, 44677

330-669-8737 Website: www.toyrifix.com Email: toyrifix@toyrifix.com

Hrs. M-Sa 10am-6pm; Su noon-4pm.

37. Wayne County Habitat for Humanity ReStore 2700 Akron

Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-264-4999 Email: restore@waynehabitat.

org. Website: www.waynehabitat.org/restore. Nonprofit resale

store and donation center. Open to the public. Emphasis on

discounted home improvement and building materials.

Like us on facebook.

38. Wooster Gift Corner, Inc. 131 S. Market St., Downtown

Wooster, 44691 330-264-6117 Email: streetermaryalice@gmail.com

Hrs. M-Sa 10am-5pm.

39. World Crafts 13110 Emerson Rd., PO Box 78, Kidron, 44636

330-857-0590 Email: worldcrafts@zoominternet.net Website: www.

worldcraftskidron.com Fairly traded handicrafts from 30 developing

countries: jewelry, baskets, toys, personal accessories, home and

garden decor, year-round Christmas room, tea, coffee, chocolate.

Hrs. M-Sa 10am-4pm.

Art, Artifacts & Antiques

40. A Time to Craft LLC 2799 Cleveland Rd, Wooster 44691 330-

466-1643 Email: atimetocraftwooster@gmail.com

Website: www.atimetocraft.com. Paint ceramics, wood signs,

and canvases. Shop for fabric, yarn, and supplies. Variety of art

and craft classes for all ages. Private events available. Hours vary

with class schedule, please see website for current offerings or

Facebook.

41. Buckeye Agricultural Museum and Education Center

877 W. Old Lincoln Way, Wooster, 44691 330-845-2825 Email:

buckeyeagriculturalmuseum@gmail.com Website:

www.buckeyeagriculturalmuseum.com Open the 2nd Saturday every

month 10am-2pm. Room rental for meetings, family reunions, and

special events available. Open during the Wayne County Fair 9am-

7pm daily. The museum features an ever-growing collection

of thousands of tools and pieces of equipment and photographs,

the museum attempts to bring to life the experience of agriculture

in Ohio from 1800 to World War II. Open by request for special

groups who want to tour.

42. Just Enough Antiques: The 1850 House 134 W. Main

St., Smithville, 44677 330-669-0016 Discover the Patina of History;

Primitives, Antiques, Vintage, Farmhouse Finds, & Barn Digs. Something

new is always old. Hrs. Tu-Sa 10am-4pm; Closed Holidays

43. The Ohio Light Opera Resident Professional Company of the

College of Wooster, Freedlander Theatre, 329 East University

Street, Wooster, 44691 Email: ohiolightopera@wooster.edu.

330-263-2345 or www.ohiolightopera.org for schedule and/or

to purchase tickets. See display ad.

44. Simply Hand Made 208 N. Mill St., Fredericksburg, 44627

330-695-2380 Email: simplyhandmade.fredericksburg@gmail.com

Website: www.simplyhandmade.org. Unique handmade gifts in a

century old restored jail located in the quaint town of Fredericksburg.

All profits go to the Fredericksburg Community Library. Hrs. Feb.-Dec.

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45. Uptown/Downtown Antiques/Collectibles 215 W.

Liberty St., Downtown Wooster, 44691 330-262-9735

Email: gning@sssnet.com Hrs. M-Sa 10:30am-5:30pm; Su noon-4pm.

Closed major holidays.

46. Wayne Center for the Arts 237 S. Walnut St., Wooster, 44691

330-264-2787 Email: frontdesk@wayneartscenter.org Website:

www.wayneartscenter.org Hrs. M-Th 11am-9pm; Sa 9am-3pm. See

website for summer hours.

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What’s Cooking

47. 31 Bistro 1931 Portage Rd, Wooster, OH 44691 330-804-0070

Website: www.31bistrowooster.com A twist on the classic pub and

grill! Every Monday hot dogs are half priced. Touch Tunes and

Keno Machine for entertainment. We have pizza, wings, & buffalo

chicken logs. While you are here to grab food and a drink, enjoy our

Keno Machine. Hrs. M-Th 11am–8pm; F 11am–12pm Sa 11am–10pm

48. The Barn Restaurant & Adjacent Shops 877 W. Main St.,

Smithville, 44677 330-669-2555 Visit our website at www.thebarnrest.com

for updated hours and information.

49. BayLobsters Cafe & Fish Market 3423 Cleveland Rd.,

Wooster, 44691 330-601-1200 Email: baylobsters@gmail.com Website:

baylobsterswooster.com Fresh seafood dinners. Dine-in or to-go. Hrs.

Tu-Sa 10:30am-6pm. Call ahead orders welcomed.

50. Broken Rocks/Rox GastroPub 123 E. Liberty St., Downtown

Wooster, 44691 330-263-2949 Email: brokenrocks@gmail.com

Website: www.brokenrockscafe.com Casual dining with upscale

appeal. Hand crafted pasta, pizza, soup, salad, sandwiches, steaks

and dessert. Artisan breads baked daily. Wine list and full bar.

Hrs. M-Th 9am-9pm; F, Sa 9am-10pm.

51. Country Style Big Olaf 6513 Harrison Rd., Fredericksburg,

44627 330-695-2477 Email: csbigolaf@sle.email Hrs. M 2pm-8:30pm;

Tu-Sa 11am-8:30pm

52. Des Dutch Essenhaus Restaurant Amish Cooking/

Quilts ‘n Things 176 N. Market St., Shreve, 44676

330-567-2212 Email: sixnells@aol.com Website:

www.shreveohio.com/organizations/places-eat/des-dutch-essenhaus

Hrs. Tu-Sa 9am-8pm; Su 11am-2pm Closed Monday and Holidays.

53. Dutch Kitchen Restaurant, Bakery & Gift Shop

14278 E. Lincoln Way, (U.S. Rt. 30), Dalton, 44618 330-683-0530

Email: contact@dutchkitchen.net Website: www.dutchkitchen.net

Homestyle cooking, Salad Bar, full menu, buffet and homemade

desserts. Busses welcome. Private banquet rooms & off-site catering.

Gift Shop & Bakery. To-go orders available. Hrs. M-Sa 8am-7pm.

54. Granary Restaurant at The Pine Tree Barn 4374 Shreve

Rd., Wooster, 44691 (4 miles south of Wooster, off St. Rt. 3 South,

on St. Rt. 226) 330-264-1014 E-mail: info@pinetreebarn.com

Website: www.pinetreebarn.com An award-winning restored

landmark 1868 barn offering house-made gourmet lunches and

desserts served fresh daily in a charming, relaxed dining space with

spectacular views of the Killbuck Valley, lakes and the 200-acre family

Christmas tree farm. Seasonally, enjoy covered outdoor rooftop

dining! After lunch, enjoy a treasure-trove of shopping, featuring

25,000 sq. ft. of beautiful gifts, fabulous boutique and extraordinary

home furnishings. (See our other listing in Shopping Pleasures and

Services!) M-Sa 9am-5pm, Su 10am-5pm. Lunch served 11am-2:30pm.

Open 7 days a week! Extended holiday hours Thanksgiving thru

Christmas. See display ad.

55. Guerne Heights Drive-In 3004 Dover Rd. Wooster, 44691 (US

250 East of Wooster) 330-262-1422 Email: guerneheights@gmail.com

Website: www.guerneheightsdrivein.com Authentic & Delicious

Coney Dogs, Creamy Soft Serve Ice Cream. Groups welcome -

please call ahead! Check website for hours.

56. Local Roots Market & Café 140 S. Walnut St., Downtown

Wooster, 44691 330-263-5336 Email: info@localrootswooster.com

Website: www.localrootswooster.com. Locally-focused market

with grocery, artisan goods, coffee shop, and serving lunch daily

from 11am-2pm. Store Hrs. M-F 9am-6pm; Sa 8am-5pm, Su 10am-

3pm.

57. Michael’s Bakery 145 W. Market St. Orrville 44667

330-682-4648 Email: michaelsbakeryoforrville@gmail.com

Website: www.michaelsbakeryoforrville.com. Donuts, Coffee and

Cookies. Celebrating 38 years in 2023! Try our famous creamsticks.

Hrs. Tu-Sa 7am-1pm.

58. Muddy’s 335 E. Liberty St., Downtown Wooster, 44691

330-264-2604 Email: pact216@gmail.com Hrs. M-Th 7am-10pm;

F-Sa 7am-Midnight Su 8am-3pm.

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59. Olde Jaol 215 N Walnut St, Downtown Wooster 44691 330-262-

3333 Website: www.oldejaol.com Come for a romantic evening in

the steakhouse or a casual meeting with friends in the tavern.Or join

us for your private event! Tavern Hrs. M-Th 11am-10pm; F-Sa 11am-

11pm. See website for additional hours.

60. Omahoma Bob's BBQ 128 S. Market St., Downtown Wooster,

44691 330-262-9871 Website: omahomabobsbbq.com Hrs. Tu-Th

11am-7pm; F-Sa 11am-8pm

61. Salt Creek Cafe, Bakery & Creamery 111 N. Mill St.,

Fredericksburg 44627 On the square at the start of Holmes Co.

Trail 330-946-1012 Email: info@saltcreekcafe.com Website: www.

saltcreekcafe.com Hrs.M-Sa 6am-8pm.

62. Spoon Market & Deli 144 W. Liberty St., Downtown Wooster,

44691 330-262-0880 Email: thefolks@spoon-market.com Website:

www.spoon-market.com. Deli style restaurant with full bar,

appetizer menu and happy hour. Dine in, carry-out & delivery.

Banquet facility on site, catering on and off site available. Hrs. M,Tu

& Su 8am-3pm; W-Sa 8am-9pm.

63. TJ’s Restaurant & CW’s Downstairs 359 W. Liberty St.,

Downtown Wooster, 44691 330-264-6263 Email: tjsrestaurants@

gmail.com Website: www.tjsrestaurants.com. TJ’s has been

Wayne County’s finest restaurant for over 50 years. Serving

steaks, seafood, pasta & gourmet burgers, wine and spirits. Open

at 4:00 pm Tuesday – Saturday. Hrs. Tu-Th 4-9pm; F-Sa 4-10pm.

64. Wild Ginger China Bistro 3694 Burbank Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-

345-6388 Website: www.gingercb.com Specializing in Cantonese, Szezhwan

and Hunan Cuisines. Call ahead pick-up window for take-out orders. Full Bar

and Sushi Bar. New expanded Menu! Voted Daily Records Best of the Best!

Hrs. Tu,Th,Su 11am-9pm; F-Sa 11am-10pm.

Coffee Shops & Specialty Drinks

65. Boba Bowl, LLC 127 W. Liberty St., Downtown Wooster,

44691 330-462-8323 Website: www.mybobabowl.com

Email: bobabowlservice@gmail.com Hrs. M 11am-4pm (Seasonally)

T-Th 9am-7pm; F-Sa 9am-8pm.

66. The Carpenter’s Cup 116 W. Main St., Smithville, 44677

330-669-0084 Email: shubach1@gmail.com Website:

www.thecarpenterscup.com Browse our gift section for Hubacher

originals. Hrs. M-F 7am-4pm; Sa 8am-3pm.

67. Joyful Café 3727 Friendsville Rd., Wooster 44691 (inside Healthpoint)

330-317-1921 Email: info@joyfulcafe.org Website: www.JoyfulCafe.org

Joyful Cafe offers employment opportunities for young adults with

disabilities. Come in for a happy experience. Our offerings are filled

with kindness. Hrs. M-Th 7:30am-1pm.

68. Pioneer Coffeehouse 60 Lincolnview Dr., Dalton, 44618

330-362-8668 Website: www.pioneercoffeehouse.com Mention

our listing for 10% off total purchase.Email: pioneercoffee7@

gmail.com Hrs. M-Sa 7am-5pm;

69. Shreve He Brews Coffee 104 South Market St., Shreve 44676

330-789-1036 Website: www.shrevehebrews.com See Facebook for

hours.

70. TULIPÁN Pastry & Coffee Shop 122 S. Market St.,

(On the Square) Downtown Wooster, 44691 330-264-8092

Website: www.tulipanwooster.com See Facebook for hours.

71. Undergrounds Café & Coffee House 146 E. Liberty

St., Downtown Wooster, 44691 330-804-8400 Email: info@

undergrounds.cafe Website: undergrounds.cafe Menu:

us.orderspoon.com Hrs M-Sa 8am-4pm.

72. Whippt Dalgona Coffee 135 W. Liberty St., Downtown

Wooster, 44691 330-439-0084 Email: getwhippt@gmail.com

Website: www.whippt.coffee Hrs Su-Sa 9am-4pm.

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Beer, Wine & Spirits

73. Bent Ladder Cider & Wine 13550 Mt. Eaton Rd (St. Rt. 94),

Doylestown, 44230 330-485-1089 Email: info@bentladder.com

Website: www.bentladder.com. Tasting room overlooking the valley

at Rittman Orchards. Specializing in hand-crafted estate-grown hard

ciders and wines to enjoy onsite or take with you. Hrs. Th-Sa Noon-

9pm; Su Noon-6pm Hours vary seasonally.

74. Blue Barn Winery & Vineyard 4407 Columbus Rd., Wooster,

44691 330-575-1028 Website: www.bluebarnwinery.com. Located

in a restored historic 19th century barn on a beautiful horse farm.

LIVE MUSIC every weekend from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Bring

whatever food you like. Hours adjusted seasonally.

75. JAFB Wooster Brewery 120 Beall Ave., Downtown Wooster, 44691

330-601-1TAP (1827). Email: sales@jafbbeer.com Website: www.jafbbeer.

com Hrs. M-Th 2-10pm; F-Sa Noon-Midnight Su 1-8pm.

76. Lincoln Way Vineyards 9050 W. Old Lincoln Way, Wooster 44691

330-804-WINE (9463) Email: lincolnwayvineyards@gmail.com

Website: www.lincolnwayvineyards.com Locally grown/produced

wines and hard ciders to enjoy in our tasting room, on our patio or

to take home. Live music and food trucks on weekends year round,

Thursdays in summer. Schedule and hours - see website or Facebook.

See display ad.

77. Minglewood Distilling Company 437 E. South St.,

Downtown Wooster, 44691 330-601-1600 Email: info@

minglewooddistilling.com Website: www.minglewooddistilling.com

Wayne County’s only distillery! Vodka, Bourbon, and more all

made from local grain! Enjoy a tasting of our spirits or take a tour!

Hrs. F 4-8pm; Sa Noon-8pm.

78. Silver Run Vineyard & Winery 376 Eastern Road, Doylestown

44230 330-671-1115 Email: silverrunwinery@yahoo.com

Website: www.silverrunwinery.com Hrs. Th-F 5-9pm; Sa 2-9pm.

79. Troutman Vineyards and Winery 4243 Columbus Rd.

(St. Rt. 3 South), Wooster 44691 330-263-4345 Email:info@

troutmanvineyards.com Website: www.troutmanvineyards.com

Open all year F Noon-6pm; Sa Noon-8pm Su Noon-5pm. Rentals available

Email: rentals@troutmanvineyards.com

Farms & Farmers’ Markets

80. Bauman Orchards, Inc. 161 Rittman Ave., Rittman, 44270

330-925-6861 Email: office@baumanorchards.com Website:

www.baumanorchards.com Harvest Days Sept. 23, 30 & Oct. 7.

Hrs. M-F 8am-6pm; Sa 8am-5pm.

81. Downtown Wooster Farmers’ Market Public Square,

Downtown Wooster, 44691 330-262-6222 Email:

info@mainstreetwooster.org Website: www.mainstreetwooster.org

Open May 13-Oct 14 Saturdays only. Hrs. 8am-12pm

82. Lavender Trails 360 Collins Blvd., Orrville 44667 330-855-1209

Email: lavtrails@gmail.com Website: www.lavendertrails.com or

lavender-trails.myshopify.com. Walk fragrant rows, cut bundles to

take home, explore our pollinator path and shop the outdoor store.

Open in July only. Hrs. M-W 10am-3pm; Th-Su 9am-5pm.

83. Maurer’s Farm Market 2901 Batdorf Road, Wooster, 44691

330-264-2285 Email: rjmaurer99@sssnet.com Website:

www.maurersberriesvegs.com Fruit and vegetables grown by

Maurer’s. In the market and pick your own strawberries in season.

Hrs. June 1- Sept. 15 M-F 10am-5pm; Sa 9am-2pm.

84. Moreland Fruit Farm & Farm Market 1558 W. Moreland

Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-264-8735 We are a family owned 100 acre

orchard and vegatable farm, with a farm store and lots of options

for "Pick Your Own" fruit. Fall activites include corn maze, u-pick

pumpkins and petting zoo etc. Bring the family, enjoy the day. Hrs.

April-December: M-F 8am-5pm; Sa 8am-4pm.

85. Ramseyer Farms: 50+ Activities & Pumpkin Patch

4000 Ramseyer Lane, Wooster, 44691 330-264-0264 Email:

info@ramseyerfarms.com Website: www.ramseyerfarms.com

Hrs. beginning Sept. 1 W-F 10am-7pm; Sa 11am-7pm;

Beginning Sept. 24 also Su 1-6pm.

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86. Rittman Orchards and Farm Market 13548 Mt. Eaton Rd.

(St. Rt. 94), Doylestown, 44230 330-925-4152 Email:

info@rittmanorchards.com Website: www.rittmanorchards.com

Family owned and operated farm market offering home-grown

fruits and vegetables, freshly baked pies, jams, honey, unique gift

items, many Ohio products, scenic country setting. Hrs. Closed M;

Tu-Sa 9am-5pm; Su 11am-5pm; Hours vary seasonally.

87. Whitefeather Meats 14079 Cleveland Rd., Creston, 44217

330-435-6300 Email: whitefeathermeats@gmail.com

Website: www.whitefeathermeats.com Hrs. M-F 8am-5:30pm;

Sa 8am-2pm.

Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts

88. Best Western Plus Wooster Hotel & Conference Center

243 E. Liberty St., Downtown Wooster, 44691 330-264-7750

or Fax: 330-262-5840 Email: bestwesternwooster@gmail.com

Reservations: 1-800-937-8376 Spacious guest rooms with

refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. Complimentary

deluxe breakfast, 24-hour business center and fiber optic high

speed Wi-Fi. Fitness center, banquet rooms and outdoor pool.

Located in the heart of historic downtown Wooster within

walking distance to award winning restaurants and local shops.

89. Black Squirrel Inn 636 College Ave., Wooster, 44691

330-317-6627 Email: black.squirrel.inn@gmail.com Website:

www.blacksquirrelinn.com Beautifully updated Victorian close

to College and Downtown. Enjoy convenient self check-in, fresh

brewed coffee, whole house AC, and WiFi. All rooms include

private bath.

90. Cobblestone Hotel & Suites 1720 North Main St., Orrville,

44667 330-682-1711 Email: gm.oh1711@staycobblestone.com

Website: www.staycobblestone.com. Our friendly staff wants

to make every guest feel like family. Our Non-Smoking Pet

Friendly property features microwaves and refrigerators in

every room. Our indoor heated pool is open 8am-10pm. Visit

our Cobblestone lounge for daily drink specials. Our signature

coffee from Seattle's Best helps to start your day. Complimentary

hot breakfast and WIFI. Fitness room on site. Call to make your

reservations now.

91. Comfort Suites, Wooster 965 Dover Rd., Wooster, 44691

330-439-0190 Email: reservations@woostercomfortsuites.com

Website: www.choicehotels.com At Comfort Suites our caring

staff will keep you feeling right at home. Each morning begins

with our free breakfast, and each day ends in your cozy bed.

Wooster offers the relaxation and tranquility of a quiet village

with modern entertainment facilities and cultural attractions.

92. Days Inn by Wyndham Wooster 789 E. Milltown Rd.,

Wooster, 44691 330-345-1500 Email: jamie.daysinn@gmail.com

Website: www.daysinn.com

93. Econo Lodge Wooster 2137 E. Lincoln Way, Wooster, 44691

330-264-8883 or 800-4CHOICE. One mile East of Wooster off U.S.

Rt. 30. Email: econowooster1@gmail.com

Website: www.choicehotels.com

94. Hampton Inn by Hilton - Wooster 4253 Burbank Rd.,

Wooster, 44691 330-345-4424 Email: gayla.metzendorf@hilton.com

Website: www.wooster.hamptoninn.com This nationally

ranked hotel is ideally located in Wooster’s business district

with numerous restaurants, shopping and entertainment

options within walking distance. Hotel offers non-smoking

newly remodeled guestrooms. Daily free breakfast, heated

indoor pool, fitness center, free Wi-Fi, free local calls and

snack shop on site. Hampton 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

95. Hidden Valley Cabin 5510 Lattasburg Road (at the 8 mile marker),

Wooster, 44691 330-465-6321 Email: hiddenvalleycabin@gmail.com

Website: www.rooseveltglamping.com Cabin on 60 secluded acres,

spring-fed pond, sandy beach, full kitchen, outdoor fire pit, hot tub,

private screened porch. 10 minutes to downtown Wooster.

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96. Hilton Garden Inn Wooster 959 Dover Rd., Wooster, 44691

330-202-7701 Email: Jennifer.Skelton@hilton.com Website: www.

wooster.hgi.com Offers spacious guestrooms & suites with

refrigerators, microwaves and Keurigs. Hotel features indoor

pool, fitness center, guest laundry, room service and patio with

fire pit. Garden Grille & bar with cooked to order breakfast

and dinner. Weekly dinner & drink specials open to the public.

Ballroom and meeting rooms available for business or leisure.

97. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Wooster 128 Riffel Rd.,

Wooster, 44691 330-601-1221 Email: hie.gm.cakwo@gmail.com

Website: www.hiexpress.com/woosteroh Whether in town for

business or leisure, there is something for everyone when staying

at our NEW hotel on the north side of Wooster. Guests can also

enjoy a free breakfast buffet, pool and electric car chargers.

Within minutes to major retail and dining establishments, we

pride ourselves on our “IHG Clean Promise” each and every day.

98. Market Street Inn 356 North Market Street, Downtown Wooster,

44691 330-262-4085 Email: stay@marketstreetinnwooster.com

Website: www.marketstreetinnwooster.com 1897 Victorian B&B has

6 guest rooms with private baths. Full gourmet breakfast served daily.

Walking distance to downtown Wooster shops and restaurants.

99. Quality Inn 2055 E. Lincoln Way, Wooster, 44691 330-262-5008 or

877-424-6423 Email: gm.oh376@choicehotels.com Website:

www.choicehotels.com/hotels/oh376. Award Winning Choice hotel near

Historic Downtown Wooster. Amenities include hot breakfast, indoor pool,

spa, and in room microfridges. Our hotel offers whirlpool suites, exercise

room and guest laundry. Area attractions include Lehman’s, Smucker’s and

The College of Wooster.

100. Roosevelt Glamping 5510 Lattasburg Road (at the 8 mile marker),

Wooster, 44691 330-465-6321 Email: hiddenvalleycabin@gmail.

com Website: www.rooseveltglamping.com Luxury glamping tent

overlooking Little Killbuck Creek with all of the amenities. Full kitchen

and bath, king size bed, hot tub and firepit. Close to Wooster.

101. St. Paul Hotel Wooster 203 South Market St., Downtown

Wooster, 44691 330-601-1900 Email: brenda@stpaulhotelwooster.com

Website: www.stpaulhotelwooster.com The boutique St Paul Hotel,

located in the Entertainment District of Historic Downtown Wooster, is

a “Distinctly Different Kind of Stay”. Ranked the #1 Hotel in Wooster

on Trip Advisor with a 5 Star Rating and “Trip Advisor Certificates of

Excellence”, this luxurious hotel offers World-Class accommodations, state

-of- the-art fitness center, complimentary in-room continental breakfast,

Kuerig coffee makers and refrigerators in every room, rain forest showers

and heated granite floors, 55” flat screen TVs and complimentary high

speed internet. Just a short walk to award winning restaurants, shopping

and night life.

102. The Storybook Inn of Kidron 4680 Kidron Rd., Dalton, 44618

330-828-1126 Website: www.thestorybookinnofkidron.com

103. Streetcar Station - Furnished Extended Stay Apartments

6611 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-465-5923 Email:

rodjillsteiner@gmail.com Website: www.woosterhousing.com

104. Super 8 Motel Wooster 969 Timken Rd., Wooster, 44691

330-264-6211 or 800-800-8000 Website: www.super8.com

Senior discount, free local calls, truck/bus parking. Across from Bob

Evans Restaurant at U.S. Rt. 30 and Madison Ave. Free continental

breakfast.

Camping

105. Caskey’s Campground 14849 Fosnight Rd., Orrville, 44667

330-682-0377 Email: caskeyscamp@aol.com Website:

www.caskeyscampground.com Hrs. Tu-Th 11am-7pm; F&Sa 10am-

9pm; Su 10am-7pm; Closed Mondays except holidays.

106. Evergreen Park RV Resort Inns & Cabins 16359 Dover

Rd., Dundee, 44624 330-359-2787 or 888-359-6429 Email:

evergreenpark@wifi7.com Website: www.evergreenparkrvresort.com

Hrs. M-Sa 8am-8pm. Su 9am-8pm.

107. Lake Wapusun RV Resort 10787 Molter Rd., Shreve, 44676

330-496-2355 Email: info@lakewapusun.com Website:

www.lakewapusuncampground.com Store Hrs. Su-Th 9am-7pm;

16 F-Sa 9am-9pm. See Display Ad.


108. Meadow Lake Park Family Campground 8970 Canaan

Center Rd., Wooster, 44691 330-435-6652 Email:

ron@meadowlakepark.com Website: www.meadowlakepark.com

Hrs.11am-5pm daily.

109. Whispering Hills Jellystone Park Camp Resort

8181 State Route 514, Big Prairie, 44611 330-567-2137

Email: whjellystone@gmail.com

Website: www.whisperinghillsjellystone.com

Recreation

110. Acres of Fun 3889 Friendsville Rd, Wooster, 44691

330-345-4386 Email: acresoffunllc@gmail.com

Website: www.acresoffun.com Summer Hrs. W-Th Noon-8pm;

F-Sa Noon-10pm; Su Noon-8pm Rest of Year Hrs. W-Th 3:30pm-8pm; F

3:30pm-10pm; Sa Noon-10pm; Su Noon-8pm

111. Alice Noble Ice Arena 851 Oldman Rd, Wooster, 44691

330-345-8686 Website: www.nobleice.com

Public skating 7 days a week.

112. Buckin’ Ohio Pro Bull Riding 8154 Garman Rd., Burbank, 44214

330-624-7205 Email: buckinohio@buckinohio.com Website: www.

buckinohio.com Seasonal hours. See display ad.

113. Bullseyes Axe Throwing 4146 Burbank Rd Wooster, OH 44691 330-

466-6984 Website: www.BullseyesAxeThrowing.com Add AXE-citement to

your next event! We host Bachelorette & Bachelor Parties, Family Gatherings,

Company Events, and Business Meetings. Ages 8+ Welcome. Hours: Th-F 5pm-

11pm; Sa 12:30pm-11pm

114. Jump N Shout 887 W. Main St., Smithville, 44677 330-464-2385

Email: jumpnshoutllc@gmail.com Website: www.jumpnshout.com Hrs.

M-Th 10am-2pm; F-Su Noon-8pm.

115. The Nature Conservatory in Ohio 6375 Riverside Dr., Suite

100, Dublin, OH 43017 614-717-2770 Email: ohio@tnc.org Website:

www.nature.org/ohio Seasonal hours. See display ad.

116. Secrest Arboretum & Gardens is located on the grounds of The

Ohio State University’s Wooster Campus at 2122 Williams Road, Wooster,

OH 44691. 330-263-3761. Websites: www.secrest.osu.edu and www.

friendsofsecrest.com Celebrate Horticulture! Explore and enjoy a 110-acre

living museum of plants from all over the world. Stroll on walking paths

through colorful display gardens, meadows, and a diverse collection of rare

trees and shrubs. Open dawn to dusk, 365 days a year.

117. Shreve Business and Community Association PO Box 54,

Shreve, 44676 Website: www.shreveohio.com

118. Wayne County Airport 6020 N. Honeytown Rd., Smithville

44677 330-669-9212 Email: airport@wayneohio.org Website:

www.wayneairport.org Heated hangar, full service aircraft

refueling, courtesy car, pilot and passenger amenities and much

more! Hrs. M-F 7am-6pm; Sa-Su 8am-6pm. See Display Ad.

119. Wayne County Children’s STEAM Playlab 258 N. Kurzen

Road, Dalton, 44618 Email: loric.wccsp@gmail.com

Website: www.wccsp.org

120. The Wilderness Center 9877 Alabama Ave. SW Wilmot, 44689

330-359-5235 Email: twc@wildernesscenter.org Website:

www.wildernesscenter.org.

Conference, Party Centers & Catering

121. Best Western Plus Wooster Hotel & Conference Center

243 E. Liberty St., Downtown Wooster, 44691 330-264-7750

Email: bestwesternwooster@gmail.com Five banquet rooms

accommodating up to 200 people. Newly renovated full banquet

facility.

122. The Connection Conference & Event Center 1034

Country Club Drive, Wooster, 44691 330-264-9044 Email:

tami@theconnectioninwooster.com Website: www.

theconnectioninwooster.com Hrs. M-Th 7am-7pm; F 7am-3pm;

Sa-Su By Appointment

123. Excelsior Room 144 West Liberty St., Downtown Wooster,

44691, Second Floor (above Spoon Market) 330-960-1084 Email:

angie.romani144@gmail.com Website: www.spoon-market.com/

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124. Greystone Event Center 50 Riffle Rd., Wooster, 44691

330-669-9151 Email: Brian@GreyStoneEventCenter.com Website:

www.greystoneeventcenter.com Located in the heart of Wayne

County and sharing a campus with a Holiday Inn Express Hotel,

Greystone Event Center has a dedicated team of catering

specialists, planners, and decorators that are eager and prepared

to serve you. Open daily.

125. Historic Moreland Church of God Event Center

7135 Millersburg Rd. (SR 83 South), Wooster, 44691 330-231-8901

Website: www.morelandcommunityhistoricalsociety.org

126. Shisler Conference Center The Ohio State University

1680 Madison Ave., Wooster, 44691 330-263-5500 Email:

shaffer.271@osu.edu Website: woostervenues.osu.edu Office Hrs:

M-F 8am-5pm. See display ad.

127. Wayne County Fair Event Center & Facilities

199 Vanover St. P.O. Box 3, Wooster, 44691 330-262-8001

Email: waynecountyfair@yahoo.com Featuring a prime location with major

interstate access from all directions and a comfortable drive to 4 airports. The

location has ample parking and is just blocks away from a vibrant and historic

downtown Wooster that will provide you with all of your hotel and dining

needs. The event center is 26,100 sq. ft. that can hold up to 1100 guests at tables,

in chairs/bleachers. The event center has full HVAC, two loading docks, and a

serving kitchen, set up to meet the needs for a catered event. Additional facilities

could be used in conjunction or separate to meet all of your needs to host private

parties, business events, trade shows, etc. Contact us to discuss how we can

customize our facilities to meet your needs.

Lincoln Highway

The history of the Lincoln Highway began in 1913 with

a proposed route announced by founding members, whom

were all leaders in the motor car industry. This first coastto-coast

route began in Times Square in New York and

ended 3,389 miles in Lincoln Park, San Francisco. While

traveling this route, take time to notice buildings and

businesses that once serviced travelers along the route,

such as motor inns, drive-in restaurants and filling stations.

As the quality of cars improved, and with four-lane highways allowing for

faster trips, the “Lincoln” faded from our Nation’s memory. Small towns were

bypassed, and we began to see less and less as we traveled. Today, we have the

opportunity to rediscover this historic path by following the Lincoln Highway

Historic Byways signs across the country.

If you would like information on the Lincoln Highway Sale or the history of

the road, visit their website at www.historicbyway.com.

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Hartzler Dr.

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The Outdoors

Wayne County provides many diverse opportunities to enjoy the

outdoors. There are natural foot trails, paved trails, bike trails,

birding and fishing areas, and even equestrian trails sure to

please nature lovers of every kind.

Barnes Preserve - 3396 Sylvan Rd., Wooster 44691

330-263-6256 www.waynecountyparkdistrict.org The Barnes

Preserve is a fully accessible nature park. The park encompasses

76 acres of mature woods and meadow with nearly a mile of

ADA paved trails, an observation deck overlooking a wetland

pond, and a beautiful pavilion. The

park is ideal for recreation and therapeutic walking and biking.

Brown’s Lake Bog - SR 3 south past intersection of US 30, turn

south on Elyria Rd., then turn west on Brown Rd. Park on south

side of road (near Shreve Lake) 614-717-2770

naturepreserves.ohiodnr.gov/brownslakebog

A national landmark, where you can see a kettle hole bog

formed by glaciers over 13,000 years ago. A boardwalk and

earthen trail allow for short hikes and there is parking on site.

Open dawn to dusk.

Christmas Run Park - 700 N. Grant St., Wooster 44691

330-263-5207 www.woosteroh.com/parks/christmas-run-park

Cohan Park - 431 Miller Blvd. Wooster 44691

330-263-5207 www.woosteroh.com/parks/cohan-park

County Line Trail - Trailheads at Ohio Ave. in Rittman, Kauffman

Ave. in Sterling, and beside the police station in Creston. 330-465-8857

www.waynecountytrails.org

Paved 6.75 mile trail on a former railroad with equestrian path.

Much of it parallels the active CSX railroad for “train watching”

possibilities. Currently almost one mile from CR 504 to

Kauffman Ave. is “on road.”

Freedlander Park - 400 Hillside Drive, Wooster 44691

330-263-5207 www.woosteroh.com/parks/freedlander-park

Funk Bottoms Wildlife Area - SR 3 south, right onto SR 95,

left onto dirt road just before Village of Funk to reach the wildlife

observation platform. 330-567-3390 http://wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/

funkbottoms This 1,490-acre wildlife preserve is located behind

Mohicanville Dam and has an observation tower for viewing

animals and birds. Open year round. Open for hunting and

trapping.

Gailey Park - Wayne St., Orrville 44667 330-684-5000

www.orrville.com/parks

Grosjean Park - 799 Freedlander Road Wooster 44691, 330-263-

5200 www.woosteroh.com/parks

Trout Unlimited in partnership with the City has established a

trout fishery in Apple Creek at Grosjean Park. Fly fishing and the

practice of catch and release is strongly encouraged. The fishery

is open to the public; those anglers 16 and older must possess a

valid Ohio fishing license.

Heartland Trail - Marshallville at Euclid St. Trailhead, Orrville at

Depot St. Trailhead. www.waynecountytrails.org

Two completed paved sections open to the public for nonmotorized

use. In Orrville there is one mile that begins at the

historic railroad depot on W. Market St. and ends on Main Street

near Hostetler Road. A separate 2.7 miles section runs between

Marshallville and Forrer Rd. with equestrian path. Additional

5 mile natural walking/horse trail is open from Marshallville to

Warwick Road. Limited parking at Forrer Rd.

The Holmes County Trail - Trailhead by Fredericksburg

Elementary School 330-674-0475 www.holmestrail.com The

Holmes County Trail is 15.5 miles of paved surface (one mile in

Wayne County). The trail is open to buggies and other nonmotorized

vehicles, as well as to equestrians, hikers and bikers.

Jaycee Park - 926 Gasche St., Wooster 44691

330-263-5207 www.woosteroh.com/parks/jaycee-park

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Johnson Woods State Nature Preserve - 13240 Fox Lake

Rd., Marshallville 44645 Four miles north of Orrville on SR 57, then

one mile east on Fox Lake Rd. 330-298-9198

http://naturepreserves.ohiodnr.gov/johnsonwoods

This 206-acre ecosystem provides a 1.5-mile boardwalk foot

trail providing views of one of Ohio’s few remaining oldgrowth

forests. Pets prohibited in preserve. Handicapped

accessible.

Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area - SR 3 south to SR 226 near

Shreve 330-567-3390 http://wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/killbuckmarsh

The 5,671-acre marsh offers a 3.7-mile wildlife observation

and earthen foot trail where visitors can view birds, including

trumpeter swans that frequent the area. Open for hunting and

trapping. Open for fishing in the creek.

Knights Field - 701 Rebecca St., Wooster 44691

330-263-5207 www.woosteroh.com/parks/knights-field

Oak Hill Park - Intersection of Oak Hill Road and Oldman

Road, Wooster 44691 330-263-5275

www.woosteroh.com/parks/oak-hill-park 1.7 mile long trail. The

10-feet wide paved section is for walking, jogging, or biking

and the adjacent grass berm is wide enough for cross country

skiing. Included in the park is the City’s first official sledding hill.

Orr Park - West High St, Orrville 44667

330-684-5000 www.orrville.com/parks

Schellin Park - 427 Maple St., Wooster 44691

330-263-5207 www.woosteroh.com/parks/schellin-park

Secrest Arboretum & Gardens at the Ohio State

University, Ohio Agricultural Research and

Development Center - 1680 Madison Avenue (US 250),

Wooster 44691 330-263-3761 http://secrest.osu.edu/ Find

pleasant vistas among open lawns and extensive plant

collections, designed landscapes, educational exhibits and

meeting places in this outdoor research laboratory and

educational display garden. Gardens are handicapped accessible.

Shreve Lake Wildlife Area - West off SR 226 on Force Road,

near Shreve 330-567-3390 or 1-800-WILD-LIFE http://wildlife.

ohiodnr.gov/shrevelake This 228-acre wildlife area, which is

open for hunting and trapping, has a beautiful 58-acre lake

that is a fisherman’s dream with a boat ramp and an accessible

fishing area that’s perfect for children; lake is currently drawndown

for repairs until further notice.

Shreve Village Park - 250 Park Dr., Shreve 44676

Sippo Valley Rail-Trail - Village Green Park, Freet St., Dalton

www.waynecountytrails.org Enjoy scenic countryside from this

trail that runs through eastern Wayne County on the Sippo

Valley Rail-Trail. The trail also includes four bridges and an

equestrian trail. Limited parking at West Lebanon Rd.

Walnut Street Park - 215 S. Grant St., Wooster 44691

330-263-5207 www.woosteroh.com/walnut-street-park

Wooster Memorial Park - 5197 Silver Rd, Wooster 44691

330-263-5275 www.woosteroh.com/parks/wooster-memorial-park

Wooster Memorial is found off of U.S. Route 250 just five miles west

of town. Consisting of over 320 plus acres of pristine woodland for

hiking. New renovations were done in 2017 that include a new

parking lot, new benches, signage and a 1 mile long ADA accessible

paved trail. The park has more than six miles of primitive trails,

scenic overlooks, picnic pavilions and public restrooms. Wooster

Memorial offers some wonderful educational opportunities or just

a place to get back to nature. Foot traffic only please. No bikes,

horses, or motorized vehicles permitted.

The Wilderness Center - 9877 Alabama Ave. S.W., Wilmot

44689 330-359-5235 or 877-359-5235

www.wildernesscenter.org Enjoy six scenic hiking trails

totaling approximately 10 miles. Visit The Wilderness Center’s

Interpretive Building, which features a fossil wall, interactive

display room, meeting rooms, bookstore/gift shop, trails, and

animal observation area.

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Accommodations

The numbers in parentheses refer to

maps on pages 19-21 and accommodations

listings on pages 15-16.

Number of Rooms/

Suites

Meals/

Restaurant

Pool (Indoor/

Outdoor) Jacuzzi

Meeting or Banquet

Rooms/Capacity

Free Wifi

Pets Allowed

Best Western Plus Wooster Hotel (88)

& Conference Center

243 E. Liberty St., Wooster 44691

330-264-7750

www.bestwestern.com

Black Squirrel Inn (89)

636 College Ave., Wooster 44691

330-317-6627

www.blacksquirrelinn.com

Cobblestone Hotel and Suites (90)

1720 North Main St., Orrville 44667

330-682-1711

www.staycobblestone.com

Comfort Suites, Wooster (91)

965 Dover Rd. Wooster 44691

330-439-0190

http://bit.ly/WoosterComfortSuites

98/2 B/N O 6/250 Y N

5/0 B/N J 1/20 Y N

54/8 B I 1/40 Y Y

0/80 B/N I 1/50 Y N

Days Inn by Wyndham Wooster (92)

789 E. Milltown Rd., Wooster 44691

330-345-1500

www.daysinn.com

59/2 B/N I/J - Y Y

Econo Lodge Wooster (93)

2137 E. Lincoln Way, Wooster 44691

330-264-8883 or 800-4CHOICE

www.choicehotels.com

Evergreen Park RV Resort Inns & Cabins (106)

16359 Dover Rd., Dundee 44624

330-359-2787 or 888-359-6429

www.choicehotels.com

Hampton Inn by Hilton - Wooster (94)

4253 Burbank Rd., Wooster 44691

330-345-4424 or

www.wooster.hamptoninn.com

89/0 N I - Y Y

2 N Y N Y Y

62/1 B/N I - Y N

Hidden Valley Cabin (95)

5510 Lattasburg Rd., Wooster 44691

330-465-6321

www.rooseveltglamping.com

1 N J - Y N

Hilton Garden Inn Wooster (96)

959 Dover Rd., Wooster 44691

330-202-7701

www.wooster.hgi.com

92/10 A I/J 3/135 Y N

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Accommodations

The numbers in parentheses refer to

maps on pages 19-21 and accommodations

listings on pages 15-16.

Number of Rooms/

Suites

Meals/

Restaurant

Pool (Indoor/Outdoor)

Jacuzzi

Meeting or Banquet

Rooms/Capacity

Free Wifi

Pets Allowed

Holiday Inn Express & Suites (97)

128 Riffel Rd., Wooster, OH 44691

330-601-1221

Website: www.hiexpress.com/woosteroh

Market Street Inn (98)

356 North Market Street, Wooster 44691

330-262-4085

www.marketstreetinnwooster.com

The Ohio State University-ATI Housing

1901 Apple Orchard Dr., Wooster 44691

Open Mid May to the end of July

330-287-7504 www.go.osu.edu/atihousing

ati_housing@osu.edu

118 townhouse apts.

Quality Inn (99)

2055 E. Lincoln Way, Wooster 44691

330-262-5008 or 877-424-6423

www.choicehotels.com/hotels/oh376

Roosevelt Glamping (100)

5510 Lattasburg Rd., Wooster 44691

330-465-6321

www.rooseveltglampcamp.com

St. Paul Hotel Wooster (101)

203 S. Market St., Wooster 44691

330-601-1900

www.stpaulhotelwooster.com

The Storybook Inn of Kidron (102)

4680 Kidron Rd., Dalton 44618

330-828-1126

www.thestorybookinnofkidron.com

Streetcar Station (103)

6611 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, OH 44691

330-465-5923

www.woosterhousing.com

Super 8 Motel Wooster (104)

969 Timken Rd., Wooster 44691

330-264-6211

800-800-8000

99 B/N I 2/50 Y N

5/1 B/N - 2/25 Y N

0/118 N - 2/60 Y N

58/2 B/N I/J 1/25 Y N

1 N J - Y N

16/6 B/N J 1/24 Y N

3 N N - Y N

3 N N N Y N

44/0 B/N - - Y Y

Key: = Handicapped Accessible

N=Nearby B=Breakfast at facility A=Available

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Wayne County Historical Societies

Whether your interest lies in genealogical research or simply in

exploring the past, these independently operated historical societies

offer an exciting glance back in time for visitors and residents.

Apple Creek Historical Society 185 Church St., Apple Creek 44606

www.applecreekhistoricalsociety.org

Chippewa-Rogues Hollow Historical Society

17500 Galehouse Rd. PO Box 283, Doylestown 44230

330-289-7252 www.chippewarogueshollow.org

e-mail: ChippewaRoguesHollow@gmail.com

County Line Historical Society of Wayne/Holmes Counties

281 N. Market St., PO Box 614, Shreve 44676 • 330-567-2344

www.shreveohio.com/resources/county-line-historical-society

e-mail: countylinehistoricalsociety@gmail.com

Creston Historical Society - Creston Library, 116 S. Main Street,

Creston 44217 • 330-804-4732 • e-mail: creston@wcpl.info

Dalton Community Historical Society - 115 E. Main St.,

PO Box 273, Dalton 44618 • 330-828-2221

Kidron-Sonnenberg Heritage Center - 13153 Emerson Rd.,

PO Box 234, Kidron 44636 • 330-857-9111

Sonnenberg Village - 13497 Hackett Rd. Apple Creek 44606

www.kidronhistoricalsociety.org

e-mail: kidronheritagecenter@gmail.com

Marshallville Historical Society - 4 E. Church Street,

Marshallville 44645 • 330-855-2212 Hours: By appointment only

Moreland Community Historical Society - 7138 Millersburg Rd.,

Wooster 44691 • 330-464-3653

www.morelandcommunityhistoricalsociety.org

Mt. Eaton/Paint Township Historical Society - 15966 E.

Main St., Mt. Eaton 44659 • 330-359-5329 Hours: May-Nov.,

second Sat. of the month, 11 am-3:30 pm or by appointment.

Orrville Historical Society - PO Box 437, Orrville 44667 Judge

Smith Orr House: 365 W. Market St., Orrville 44667

330-930-0113 Hours: By appointment only

Orrville Railroad Heritage Society - 145 Depot St., Orrville

44667 • 330-683-2426 www.orrvillerailroad.com

Rittman Historical Society - Knupp Church, 14300 Decourcey Rd.,

Rittman Cemetery. Pioneer House Museum, located at 28 Gish Rd., PO Box

583, Rittman 44270 330-903-0332

Hours: By appointment only

Smithville Community Historical Society - 381 E. Main St., PO

Box 12, Smithville 44677 • 330-669-9308 www.sohchs.org

e-mail: schsmill@gmail.com

Wayne County Historical Society - 546 E. Bowman St., Wooster

44691 • 330-264-8856 www.waynehistoricalohio.org e-mail: host@

waynehistoricalohio.org

Wayne County Public Library - Genealogy & Local History Dept.

220 W. Liberty St., Second Floor, Wooster 44691 Mailing address: Wayne

County Public Library, Genealogy and Local History

304 N. Market St. • Wooster, OH 44691 • 330-262-0916, ext. 4670

www.wcpl.info • e-mail: genealogy@wcpl.info

West Salem Historical Society - Schoolhouse Community Campus,

99 E. Buckeye St., PO Box 419 West Salem 44287

330-264-1920

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Emergency

Telephone: 9-1-1

State Highway Patrol

1786 Dover Rd., Wooster 44691

330-264-0575

County Information

Area Hospitals

Aultman Orrville Hospital

832 S. Main St., Orrville 44667

330-682-3010

www.aultmanorrville.org

Wooster Community Hospital

1761 Beall Ave., Wooster 44691

330-263-8100

www.woosterhospital.org

Area Chambers of Commerce

Orrville Area Chamber

of Commerce

132 S. Main St., Orrville 44667

330-682-8881

www.orrvillechamber.com

Wooster Area Chamber

of Commerce

377 W. Liberty St., Wooster 44691

330-262-5735

www.woosterchamber.com

Wayne Economic Development Council, Inc.

542 E. Liberty St., Wooster 44691

330-264-2411

www.waynecountyedc.com

Main Street Wooster, Inc.

377 W. Liberty St. Wooster 44691

330-262-6222

www.mainstreetwooster.org

Parks & Recreation

Orrville 330-684-5000

Wooster 330-263-5207

www.woosteroh.com

Bike Trails

Rails to Trails of Wayne County

waynecountytrails.org

Wayne County Airport (KBJJ)

6020 N. Honeytown Rd., Smithville 44677

330-669-9212 www.wayneairport.org

SR 585 two miles north of Wooster to Honeytown Road, turn left,

two miles. Non-commercial airline; charter service.

Mileage

Akron.................................. 40 miles

Cambridge.......................... 80 miles

Canton................................ 27 miles

Cincinnati.......................... 204 miles

Cleveland............................ 57 miles

Columbus............................ 95 miles

Detroit............................... 172 miles

Mansfield............................ 30 miles

Pittsburgh......................... 130 miles

Toledo............................... 120 miles

Rittman Area Chamber

of Commerce

44 S. Main St., Rittman 44270

330-925-4828

www.rittmanoh.org

Visit the Wayne County Convention & Visitors Bureau online at:

www.wccvb.com or E-mail us at info@wccvb.com

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AGRICULTURE

No doubt about it, Wayne County is a land of

agriculture.

Though the county has experienced growth in both

commercial and industrial development, it remains

a quilt of green fields of corn and soybeans, golden

stocks of wheat and pastures dotted by herds

of dairy and beef cattle, goats, sheep, even the

occasional llama and alpaca farms.

The farm culture runs deep here and nowhere is

that more apparent than the annual Wayne County

Fair, the state’s largest agricultural fair and a draw

for visitors far and wide.

Come see for yourself. Visit a farmer’s market, pick

apples in our orchards, take a tour of a family farm

or see the very 21st-century agricultural research

that is the backbone of The Ohio State University,

Wooster Campus.

Wayne County. We’re the meat and potatoes, the

jams and the jellies, the milk and the cider of Ohio.

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ARTS AND CULTURE

The patter of a Gilbert & Sullivan operetta. The

unmistakable melodies of bagpipes. The visual and

music talents of the locals.

This is the song and the canvas of Wayne County.

Every summer, thousands plan a summer stay in

Wooster, where the Ohio Light Opera for decades

has made its home at Freedlander Theater on The

College of Wooster campus. But there’s more – from

the ceramic and visual arts that line the galleries of

the Wayne Center for the Arts, to professional and

community band concerts to the rich variety of local

talent on display at Local Roots Market & Café.

We’ve even got wiener dog races and sausage

tosses, competitions that make the annual Wooster

Fest something special. And there are hand-pieced

quilts at MCC Connections Thrift Shop and woven

baskets and carved pieces at the end of the lanes of

random Amish farms.

Come to Wayne County. Hear The College of Wooster

Pipe Band and see its Highland Dancers. Come for

The Nutcracker and the open air concerts. Come and

listen, see and hear.

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SHOPPING

Need a getaway from the traffic of the urban

shopping enclaves, the sprawl of suburban big-box

retail, the rabbit hole of online purchases?

If it’s unique, you’ll find it in Wayne County.

We have the one-of-a-kind handmade items of our

painters, our potters, our quilters and our carvers.

Discover the ridiculously hard-to-find home stuff

lining the shelves of Lehman’s old-time hardware,

the precious gifts of hope and inspiration found

at P. Graham Dunn, the product lines of The J.M.

Smucker Co. Store just down the street from

company headquarters in Orrville and everything

from Irish imports to hard-to-find vinyl records

to handmade jewelry in Wooster’s renowned

downtown shopping district.

Grab your wallet. Grab your friends. Jump in the car

and plan a day – or more – in Wayne County, where

the unique is every day.

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AMISH

While the world’s largest Amish population is in

Holmes, Wayne and Tuscarawas Counties, plenty

of the culture of the Plain People is woven into

the fabric of Wayne County. Take a trip to the

weekly Kidron Auction, visit the Salt Creek Café in

Fredericksburg or drive any of the rolling hills of

southern and western Wayne County, where Amishrun

small businesses sell everything from hardware

to e-bikes to fresh produce.

Here in Wayne County, we live in harmony with our

Amish neighbors, who choose to live a culture apart

but who are very much a part of how we shop, eat

and enjoy the fruits our labor.

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