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Places to Stay & Visit

Mills Park Hotel: A modern perspective on historic lodging in the heart of downtown Yellow Springs, the Mills Park Hotel offers gracious hospitality and luxurious accommodations that blend the comforts of home with upscale state-of-the-art amenities.

Hearthstone Inn: Family-owned-and-operated Hearthstone Inn & Suites is the only country inn hotel in the Miami Valley, described as a “visual masterpiece” in the Cincinnati Enquirer. Located in nearby Cedarville on the Ohio-to-Erie bike path (just 10 minutes from Young’s), it has an elegant 19th century decor and features historical displays with modern amenities.

Comfort Suites: A great hotel just miles from Young’s Jersey Dairy.

Houstonia: A beautiful local Bed & Breakfast in South Charleston

Courtyard Inn Marriott: in Downtown Springfield newly refurbished,
120 rooms with 7 meeting rooms

Arthur Morgan House: newly refurbished bed & breakfast with a new local owner! A comfortable bed and breakfast just steps from downtown Yellow Springs.

Hilton Garden Inn: Opened Fall of 2009

The Springs Motel: Newly renovated!! Located just south of the village of Yellow Springs.

I-675 Holiday Inn (Fairborn): Whether you’re planning a fun-filled family vacation, key corporate meeting, memory-making event, or relaxing getaway, the Holiday Inn Fairborn is the place to enjoy and do it all! The Holiday Inn Fairborn Hotel & Conference Center is conveniently located off I-675, with easy access to I-70, I-75 and US 35

Ohio Barn Bed & Breakfast: Bed & Breakfast in Fairborn

The Inn by Wittenberg: Bed & Breakfast in Springfield

The Village Guesthouse: In the Heart of Yellow Springs

Clifton Garden Cabin: A 900sq.ft. remodeled barn/cabin located in Clifton one block north of the Clifton Mill

Other Places & Sites to See:

cvb.greaterspringfield.com A visitor & tourist information link — The Springfield Area Convention & Visitor’s Bureau.

www.yellowspringsohio.org — information about the Yellow Springs area

www.johnbryan.org — A great state park just one mile down the road from Young’s

www.villageofclifton.com – Home of the Clifton Mill and the Old Clifton Days Festival

www.nationaltrailparksandrec.org — Clark County Parks and Programs

www.springfieldartscouncil.org — Springfield Arts Council Events and Information

www.greenecountyohio.org –Link to information about places to visit in the Greene County area

www.ohiotourism.com A link to interesting places to travel in Ohio

www.CedarvilleOhio.net — read about the interesting town of Cedarville and what it has to offer, and the Cedarville Opera House

www.clarkcountyfair.org Read about our local county fair.

www.cliftonmill.com Visit a favorite of ours, Clifton Mill and learn about water powered grist mills, and see their amazing Christmas light display!

Historic Cemetery Road Covered Bridge in Yellow Springs — many pictures and information about this piece of local history, along with directions.

Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce

Named a Favorite Homeschool Field Trip destination for students following a homeschool curriculum.

    • 16th Annual Vintage Truck Magazine – Young’s Truck Show

      16th Annual Vintage Truck Magazine – Young’s Truck Show

      August 5th Join us for our Annual Vintage Truck – Young’s Truck Show. See over 100 antique trucks from all over the country.
    • Cowvin’s Corny Maze

      Cowvin’s Corny Maze

      August 5th - October 29th Cowvin, the baby of the Cow Family, has created a fun maze at Young’s Jersey Dairy – come see if you can conquer it!
    • Labor Day Family Value Weekend

      Labor Day Family Value Weekend

      September 1st-4th Take advantage of a special value wristband good for all day, unlimited family fun at Young’s this Labor Day Weekend.
    • 22nd Annual Wool Gathering

      22nd Annual Wool Gathering

      September 16th & 17th Come see the largest natural fiber festival in the area. Over 75 vendors from 11 states will be here. Free Admission!
    • Pick Your Own Pumpkins

      Pick Your Own Pumpkins

      Every Day Starting September 23rd This year we planted more pumpkins and more varieties than ever before. We have 30 acres of pumpkin fun to enjoy with one of the best looking crops we’ve seen.
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