Fairs, Festivals, & Fun in the Tuscarawas Valley Ohio region
Rides, entertainment, a brew tent, and crafters round out the Bolivar Strawberry festival. A Little Miss Shortcake Pageant for 4-6 year old girls and a Miss Berry Princess for 7-9 year old girls as well as a 5-K Run and a Fireman's Parade tops off the festival to make it a "Berry" great experience for the whole family.
Strasburg's Corn Festival will be held Friday July 27 and Saturday July 28 at Strasburg-Franklin Park. The family event, which is known throughout the county for it's delicious, homemade food and superb entertainment, draws festival-goers from far and near.
From November 10th through the 28th, a forest of beautifully decorated Christmas trees will be set amid Warthers famous train carvings, handmade of ebony, ivory, and walnut. Each tree, with its own unique theme, will be for sale. Proceeds from the Festival will benefit our local Union Hospital Auxiliary.
Always the First Weekend in August!
Family oriented festival featuring Pioneer Encampment of 1840 and prior. Features include an Indian Princess contest, entertainment from the period, Crock Auction, crafters and more.
The Museum is open during this event and features artifacts found in the area, old books and Bibles used in the settlement, old tools and household items, maps and in the Historical Park you may view an Indian Burial Mound, 35ft. monument and the old Moravian Cemetery, the Mission Church and Cooper Cabin.
There is “Something for Everyone” each year at the annual “Atwood Area Fall Festival”, located at scenic Atwood Lake Park in Mineral City, Ohio during the first weekend in October. The Atwood Area Fall Festival reaches a wide audience with food, music, homemade crafts, hands-on displays, entertainment, interpretive demonstrations, exhibits, and so much more. In cooperation with the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District, the Atwood Area Fall Festival Committee Inc. coordinates all the weekend’s activities.
Join Us For McInturf Realty's Annual CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK
More than 15 years ago Jan McInturf had a dream to open beautiful Tuscora Park to the community for a winter family celebration.
The Ohio Swiss Festival, conceived in 1953 with the dual purpose of promoting the Swiss cheese industry and the Village of Sugarcreek, is one of the state’s leading outdoor events. Sugarcreek is known as the center of the Swiss cheese industry in Ohio. Events include music, rides, crafts, food, and wine & cheese tasting from our local cheese makers and Ohio wineries.
Located in Tuscarawas County, Sugarcreek is six miles west of Dover and 18 miles east of Millersburg on State Route 39. Ample parking is available – included handicapped.
Take a haunted stroll through the streets of historic Zoar Village by candlelight. You’ll hear the accounts of Zoar’s resident spirits and visit the sights of the hauntings! Lantern Tours are presented on Friday and Saturday evenings from May thru October.. These tours are by reservation ONLY.
Camp Tuscazoar was founded more than 90 years ago by Scout leaders who recognized that the beauty and history of the land offered a valuable place for boys to learn, grow and become young men. Today, Camp Tuscazoar continues to serve scouts and other youth organizations under the guidance of the Camp Tuscazoar Foundation, an Ohio non-profit corporation. Camp Tuscazoar remains a popular outdoor location, drawing large numbers of weekend campers and hikers each year.