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It’s always an incredible time to visit Millersburg.
But fall is special.
It's the season when some of Amish Country's most familiar scenes are on full display — farmers working in the fields harvesting the year's bounty, locals and visitors mingling at autumn festivals, and the spectacular rolling landscapes that have burst into color.
In fact, National Geographic's book, Four Seasons of Travel, identifies Holmes County as one of the Top 10 Places to See Autumn Leaves — in the whole world.
In Holmes County, National Geographic says, “maple, oak and the iconic state tree, the buckeye, hang over narrow roads that meander through wavy fields of corn,” and invites guests to “drive under the boughs of bright reds and yellows, sharing the road with horse-drawn carriages of the Old Order Amish and stopping at roadside farm stands along the way.”
When the weather is right, onlookers can stand on the porch of French Ridge Vineyards, in Killbuck, and see 14 miles of vibrant foliage.
Back in town, you'll find plenty to enjoy as well.At the end of a day of sightseeing and other activities in the crisp fall air, visitors have the chance to sit and relax in the charming pubs and restaurants of Historic Downtown Millersburg.
While many quaint Amish country towns are shutting down for the evening, Millersburg’s eateries are gearing up with selections that range from barbecue to Angus burgers to pizza — and a large selection of local and regional wine and beer.
Friendly pubs, which offer live evening entertainment, particularly on the weekends, beckon tourists to return — new friends and interesting people can be found to chat with almost anywhere you go.