Best of Summer in Amish Country

Even More  Summer Fun …

Get out and go, and let the Heritage Trail audio driving tour guide you to the best of summer in Amish Country.  Travel country roads frequented by Amish buggies and stop at roadside stands brimming with just picked sweet corn, fresh-from-the-vine tomatoes and a bounty of other summer crops.  Visit quaint family owned shops selling hand-crafted and home-baked goods. Stroll shaded paths and picnic by the river that powers the historic mill at Bonneyville Mill County Park. more

Heritage Trail Photo Gallery

Get an eyeful of color and a blast of flower power viewing the Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail. 20 quilt patterned gardens packed with blooms and 21 quilt art murals blanket seven communities. See them free of charge now through October 1.  Maps show the way.  more

Quilt Gardens Video
See the gardens, together with hand painted murals absolutely free from May 30 thru October 1. There’s nothing else like it! Check out updated photos of the gardens growing on our Facebook Fan Page

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Check out the new Delicious Stitches Tour – exclusive to groups of 20 or more

Be sure to take advantage of the many other sites and experiences nearby.

Test out Adirondack chairs and gliders made for lounging on a summer day at B&L Woodcrafts. This Amish owned and operated woodcrafters shop located east of Middlebury along the Heritage Trail makes them in a host of summery-bright colors.

Take home a fresh berry pie from Country Lane Bakery – a perfect accompaniment for a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream. more

Greet morning on the porch of an Amish Country B&B sipping coffee and listening to the songs of birds.  Come evening relax and watch fireflies.  more

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