Tuscarawas (Tusky) Valley Ohio Communities Business Directory
We have created this Business Membership Directory with as much contact information available including smartphone QR-Codes, Social Media links, Smartphones, email addresses, Google maps with driving directions, business descriptions, and much more!
Tusky Valley Directory members may register on the website to claim ownership of their directory listing records, while the public user benefits from accurate and more detailed information than print media and telephone books offer!
Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center
Amish Country Peddler
Offering primitive home accessories. primitive home accessories as well as a wider furniture selection. Today both stores have become widely known for their impeccable primitive style, full-range product lines, dedicated customer service and friendly atmosphere. Both stores are a destination for many local and visiting customers in the heart of Amish Country in Holmes County, Ohio.
A “Gem” in Bolivar
Bolivar Art Gallery is an integral part of the ongoing revitalization of the village of Bolivar. The frame building at 124 Water Street at one time was a funeral home, showcasing caskets in the front room, while they were being built in the back. It was converted into a lumber house for a number of years before becoming a storage/work area for a private owner.
Zoar Breakfast Haus & Inn
Step back in time and experience the rich history of the village of Zoar. The Village of Zoar is a well-preserved early 19th-century communal village. Zoar was founded in 1817 by a group of German “Separatists” fleeing religious persecution in their native Wurtemberg, Germany. Built in 1831.
Clara's Country Cottage
Clara’s Cottage is perched on the edge of the rolling hills of our working farm in the scenic Crooked Run Valley. These are the same hills that our Swiss Great Grandmother Clara saw the sun peeking over each morning when she went out to the chicken house to gather the hens’ gifts. (We still do, but not quite so early!) We’ve named the cottage as a tribute to her and her determination and spirit as a hard-working farm woman of the 20th century.