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Gateway to Amish Country
Gateway to Amish Country

Typical farm scene in Holmes County, Ohio

The gentle rolling hills and valleys of northeastern Knox County present the Gateway to Amish Country Byway traveler an ever-changing panorama of visual delights. The byway visitor will encounter two of Ohio’s most scenic rivers, the Kokosing and Mohican, the state’s longest covered bridge, the Bridge of Dreams and two exceptionally scenic trails that serve hiking, biking and horseback riding.

The main line of the mile byway begins at its southern end at the Ye Old Mill on State Route 13 in Licking County, continues east on US 62 in downtown Utica, and then travels through Brinkhaven where it ends at the Knox County-Holmes County line. As the traveler continues northeast on US 62, the Amish Country Byway begins as you enter Holmes County. A byway spur begins in Danville at the junction of US 62 and State Route 514, continues along 514 to the Knox County-Holmes County line, and then connects to the Amish Country Byway.

Related Links

2020 Corridor Management Plan

KnoxWays Knox County Visitors Bureau

Byway Highlights

Mohican State Park

Mohican State Scenic River

Kokosing State Scenic River