The best known Amish community in Ohio is of course the huge Holmes County settlement, home to around 30,000 Amish. Next would be the Geauga County community, the fourth largest of all Amish settlements, with a little less than half the population of Holmes County.
Those may be the most well known Ohio Amish locations, but there are many other Amish settlements scattered across the Buckeye State–over 50 in fact.
One of those lesser-known Ohio Amish communities is found in Ashland County, just outside of the town of Ashland. I’ve written about it a couple of times before, though my visit there was quite brief. Maybe some of you know this community…in any case, here are some things I saw on my visit:
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