Like taking a step back in time, the Amish country of northern Trumbull County is a refreshing visit that will fill your senses with the sites of old fashion farming and the smells of home baked breads and desserts. Join in the activities with horse drawn buggy rides and a visit to the county’s oldest general store – End of the Commons General Store – where you’ll find all types of specialty foods made with Amish pride. Extend your explorations with an overnight stay at an Amish Bed & Breakfast!
Member-based organization promotes Geauga County and the fourth largest Amish community in the world. Learn about shopping opportunities, unique retail establishments, beautiful scenery, and Amish culture and delicious food, by request a copy of their latest Visitor Guide or visiting their website.
Pies and Thighs Amish Home Cooking
Dine at this "By Reservation Only" Trumbull County Amish home and experience an Amish home-cooked meal!
End of the Commons General Store
The End of the Commons General Store is one of the oldest general stores in Ohio, and has been in continuous operation since 1840. Located in the heart of Amish Country and serves the local Amish community as well as visitors. Features grocery items, bulk foods, a gift shop with Amish collectibles and the Commons Cafe (on-site eatery).
Between Two Rivers Trading Co.
A unique shopping experience featuring local artisans and crafters.
Ridgeview Tours, LLC
Ridgeview Tours, LLC is a full-Service receptive operator supplying itineraries and step on guide service for groups of 20 people or more.
The Commons Cafe
Located inside the End of the Commons General Store, this small cafe offers seating for up to 25 and serves up plenty of favorites including hamburgers, french fries, chicken, pizza, hot and cold sandwiches, many other deli items, ice cream, and homemade fudge treats.
John's Country Nursery
Open year round we have built a reputation for having exceptional quality plants and gifts, reasonable prices, and most importantly, outstanding customer service.
Mesopotamia Village Historic District
The center of town, better known as the "Commons", is surrounded by 28 buildings, 21 of built before the Civil War and are included on the National Register of Historic Places. Today it is part of the fourth-largest Amish Settlement in the country and second-largest in Ohio.
Horse and Buggy Tours
Enjoy an authentic Amish horse and buggy ride as you explore Mesopotamia's Amish Culture and the historic Common Square in a guided tour by Wayne Hershberger.