The Bluffton/Findlay SW KOA sits at the hub of many fun activities in Northwest Ohio. From here campers can reach out to hot air ballooning, museums, county fairs, universities, . . . and much more!
Owned by the Swiss Community Historical Society, this farmstead includes a typical Swiss settlement house built in 1843. The barn has an inscription stone reading 1854 set into the limestone wall on the east side, making it one of the earliest large barns in the area.
Annual events sponsored by the Society are "Swiss Day" and "Fall Festival". The Swiss Day Is held the last Sunday of June at the Ebenezer Mennonite Church in Bluffton. It includes a Pot Luck dinner beginning at 1:00 P.M. with Swiss food and entertainment beginning at 2:00 P.M..
The Fall Festival is held at the farmstead usually the last Saturday in September. It includes: house and barn tours; wagon rides; cider and soup; children's games; demonstrations; exhibitions; genealogy; and a petting zoo.