There are so many things to see, do and enjoy in Carroll County — and now it’s easier than ever to find them. The Carroll County Convention & Visitors Bureau website has been completely transformed to make finding events, dining options and shopping opportunities better than ever!
The newly designed site’s vibrant colors and scenic photos perfectly represent the area. You’ll find information on outdoor fun like golf, hunting, fishing, hiking, boating, and geocaching. Learn about a wide variety of lodging options including hotels, bed & breakfasts, youth camps, and tent and RV camping. Looking for a new place to enjoy a great meal? Search dining options by region! There’s even a section to explore Carroll County’s museums, farms, churches, driving tours, special events, and wedding venues.
Reasons to Visit Carroll County
The area is renowned for its scenic drives. Visitors who want to “get away from it all” enjoy the area’s proximity to larger metropolitan areas. When folks want to hang their “Gone Fishin'” sign, they head to Carroll County’s beautiful lakes. It’s a curvy county, with twists and turns leading to beautiful vistas. When you need a dose of natural wonder, Carroll County is the place to be. Read more at CarrollCountyOhio.com — and be sure to download the 2016 Visitors Guide.
Win 2 Tickets to the BBQ on June 25!
The Carroll County Jr. Fair Facilities Improvement Committee will host its 8th annual Chicken BBQ on Saturday, June 25 at the Carroll County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $10 each and dine-in or carry-out meals are available. Dinner will be served from 4-7 p.m. Meal includes BBQ chicken, green beans, scalloped potatoes, roll, dessert, and drink.
Enter for your chance to win 2 tickets ($20 value):
- Leave a comment below, telling us your favorite new feature on CarrollCountyOhio.com
- Comments must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on Monday, June 20. Please include a valid e-mail address at the prompt, so we can contact you if your comment is chosen at random to win.
- One comment per person, must be 18 years old and a U.S. resident