-
Things To Do Around  Ashtabula County:



Western Reserve Greenway Trail- Just 4 miles away/27 miles of some of the prettiest country for biking, roller bladeing, horseback riding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross country skiing- www.ashtabulacountymetroparks.com

21 Wineries within 30 minutes: check them all out at -www.visitashtabulacounty.com

18 Beautiful Covered Bridges: We have the longest covered bridge in the county as well as the shortest. We even have a Covered Bridge Festival 2nd full weekend in October. 

Aug. 13 -Bridges & Vines Bike Ride 

Aug. 19 & 20 - D-Day Conneaut - Premier WWII Living History Event - this is huge! Check out www.ddayohio.us- 2 night minimum stay here

Ashtabula County Antique Engine Club Inc.         
A non-profit organization dedicated to the collection, restoration and exhibition of engines, vehicles, machinery and buildings of a historical value. Shows held to display items in May, July and September. Co-sponsors of the Bluegrass Festival the third weekend in August and a car show the Sunday after Labor Day. Located on Route 322 East of Route 11, just after railroad tracks & Hayes Rd. Wheelchair accessible. Kid friendly.

The Ashtabula County Barn Quilt Trail 
This trail wanders across Ohio's largest county & takes visitors to orchards, wineries, working farms, historic sites, and residences. Launches in early 2014 it has already grown to more than four dozen barn quilts, including several on our county's covered bridges.

The Ashtabula County Fair  
A family oriented celebration.  Rides; demolition derbies; rodeo; truck & tractor pulls; harness racing; livestock & horse shows; junior fair exhibitions; arts, crafts, photography, needlework & floral exhibits, and much more. Expo Center, Commercial Building, grandstand and horse show ring are available for rent. Fairgrounds features an octagon barn, log cabin and once was home to Camp Giddings a Civil War encampment.  Visit website for details www.ashtabulafair.com