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Carroll County Convention and Visitors Bureau


61 N. Lisbon St.
Carrollton, OH 44615
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Call: 877-727-0103


Carroll County Convention and Visitors Bureau


(??.? miles from you)

61 N. Lisbon St.
Carrollton, OH 44615
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Feel your stress melt away as you travel Carroll County's winding roads and reconnect with nature. 
Learn about the "Fighting McCooks" at the McCook House Civil War Museum and then visit a mon

Enjoy Mother Nature firsthand, whether at a primitive tent campsite, RV park or cabin. Carroll County has 3 hotels, 2 of which were built within the last 3 years, and 3 bed and breakfasts that offer a variety of amenities.
A short drive from Canton, Carroll County has a small-town charm where you are welcomed by friendly residents as you tour Minerva, Carrollton or Atwood Lake Region. Visit the website or call 877-727-0103 for more information.

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Why You Should Go...

Feel your stress melt away as you travel Carroll County's winding roads and reconnect with nature. 
Learn about the "Fighting McCooks" at the McCook House Civil War Museum and then visit a monument heralding the last skirmish with John Hunt Morgan's Raiders. Browse Ashton's 5- & 10-Cent Store before discovering the story behind its 80-year history at the Ashton House Museum. Shop our antique shops found throughout the county. Revisit your childhood at Susie's Museum of Childhood as you peruse the toy collection. 

Enjoy Mother Nature firsthand, whether at a primitive tent campsite, RV park or cabin. Carroll County has 3 hotels, 2 of which were built within the last 3 years, and 3 bed and breakfasts that offer a variety of amenities.
A short drive from Canton, Carroll County has a small-town charm where you are welcomed by friendly residents as you tour Minerva, Carrollton or Atwood Lake Region. Visit the website or call 877-727-0103 for more information.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round; Closed on: Sunday, Saturday

Hours:

Closed

8:00am - 5:00pm

8:00am - 5:00pm

8:00am - 5:00pm

8:00am - 5:00pm

8:00am - 5:00pm

Closed

Cost: Less than $25

Discounts: Children, Groups

Parking: Street

Available: Self-Guided Tour

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

If you are parking on the street, bring change for the meters. The short-term meters take pennies, nickels and dimes, while the long-term meters take nickels, dimes and quarters. 

The antique stores are open on Fridays and Saturdays and are mostly closed during the week. 

Fun Facts

The northern most skirmish of the Civil War occurred just outside Mechanicstown between John Hunt Morgan's Raiders and Union soldiers.

John McTammany is credited with several patents from 1880 through 1892, including the automatic player piano and the first voting machine based on punch cards.

Maj. Daniel McCook, his two brothers, nine sons and five nephews were known as the "Fighting McCooks" during the Civil War. Their Carrollton home is now a museum and features some of the family's mementos.

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Why You Should Go...

Feel your stress melt away as you travel Carroll County's winding roads and reconnect with nature. 
Learn about the "Fighting McCooks" at the McCook House Civil War Museum and then visit a monument heralding the last skirmish with John Hunt Morgan's Raiders. Browse Ashton's 5- & 10-Cent Store before discovering the story behind its 80-year history at the Ashton House Museum. Shop our antique shops found throughout the county. Revisit your childhood at Susie's Museum of Childhood as you peruse the toy collection. 

Enjoy Mother Nature firsthand, whether at a primitive tent campsite, RV park or cabin. Carroll County has 3 hotels, 2 of which were built within the last 3 years, and 3 bed and breakfasts that offer a variety of amenities.
A short drive from Canton, Carroll County has a small-town charm where you are welcomed by friendly residents as you tour Minerva, Carrollton or Atwood Lake Region. Visit the website or call 877-727-0103 for more information.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round; Closed on: Sunday, Saturday

Hours:
Closed
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
Closed

Cost: Less than $25

Discounts: Children, Groups

Parking: Street

Available: Self-Guided Tour

Extra Fun

Insider Info

If you are parking on the street, bring change for the meters. The short-term meters take pennies, nickels and dimes, while the long-term meters take nickels, dimes and quarters. 

The antique stores are open on Fridays and Saturdays and are mostly closed during the week. 

Fun Facts

The northern most skirmish of the Civil War occurred just outside Mechanicstown between John Hunt Morgan's Raiders and Union soldiers.

John McTammany is credited with several patents from 1880 through 1892, including the automatic player piano and the first voting machine based on punch cards.

Maj. Daniel McCook, his two brothers, nine sons and five nephews were known as the "Fighting McCooks" during the Civil War. Their Carrollton home is now a museum and features some of the family's mementos.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Discover Downtown

01/01/2017 - 12/31/2017

Minerva hosts Discover Downtown on the second Friday of each month. Area businesses open for demonstrations, tastings and music by local talent. 

Minerva hosts Discover Downtown on the sec

Minerva hosts Discover Downtown on the second Friday of each month. Area businesses open for demonstrations, tastings and music by local talent. 

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