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Amish Country!
Amish Country
Amish Country

The term “Amish Country”
is used to define areas
within the United States
where
Amish people have
settled and their unique
way of
Amish life can be
experienced.  The two
largest Amish country
regions within the US are
situated around Holmes
County, Ohio (see
Amish
Country Ohio), and
Amish Country
Why not experience Amish
country by planning an
Amish
country vacation?  You will be
surprised how much
enjoyment going back to
one's roots will bring.  See the
1800's come to life in modern
day by visiting Amish country!
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Amish
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Amish country in Ohio is the nation’s
largest Amish settlement and home to
many Amish craftspeople, shops and
more.  The small
Amish towns are a
must see for any Amish country visit.  

Amish country in northern Indiana is
another quaint Amish community
stretched out over two counties.
Amish country in Lancaster, PA is probably the most well known of Amish communities.  Lancaster
County is not only known as Amish country, but Pennsylvania Dutch country, as well.  Like Holmes
County, Lancaster is a place where life moves at a slower pace with beautiful scenery, and small
Amish
towns of Pennsylvania.  In southern and western part of the area, the landscape is more hilly and
scenic.  The quiet community is also near
Hershey Park in nearby Hershey, PA.
Amish Country!
Located in Elkhart and LaGrange counties, one will find idyllic
countryside and small, friendly
Indiana Amish towns, such as
Middlebury, Shipshewana and Nappanee.
amish quilts
Enjoy this short documentary showing a day in Amish Country...