Amish in Cashton Tour and Visitors Guide
Visitor Information to Cashton Amish
Download Maps for a Self-guided Tour through the Cashton Amish Country!
Updated August 2015
Your visitors and tourism guide for the Amish Farms and Businesses in Cashton, Wisconsin.
Print our map, or bring it up on your phone, before heading out to visit the Amish farms in the Cashton and Westby area, because
you may not have cell phone service in some areas.
A fun way to spend an afternoon, or a week, is to hop in the car and follow our numbered map to all of the Amish farms in Cashton. Here you'll
find the full list to the numbered map.Read more...
Chances are you are looking for something specific from the Cashton Amish. Or are you just interested in driving around tasting Amish treats and
buying a few crafts? We've separated the list by types of products sold here.Read more...
The Cashton Amish folks helped us to update this current list of the greenhouses in the countryside near Cashton, Wisconsin. This greenhouse list
coordinates with the numbered map available at the link above.Read more...
Visitor etiquette when visiting the Amish in Cashton, hours the Amish farms are open to visitors, restroom and ATM locations,
where to eat, and whether you can use your credit card or write a check.Read more...
You've probably heard that the Cashton Amish are one of the largest Amish populations in America, and you'd be correct.
While the Cashton Amish are not represented by a local Chamber of Commerce visitor center similar to the Amish in Ohio, many of the
Amish families open their farms to "the English" to visit and purchase their goods. Gone are the days of just oak furniture and quilts--although you
can still find these products to purchase if you'd like. Today you will find furniture made of reclaimed barn wood, industrial and contemporary
styles, stainless steel counter tops, hardwood flooring, wooden spoons, crafts and goodies to eat.
We've not yet found any Amish families opening their homes to invite the public in for a meal, but we did find many enterprising Amish in the Cashton
and Westby Wisconsin area selling pickles, beets, jams, jellies, candies, bakery, and craft items.
You don't need a tour guide to visit the Amish, regardless of what you may have heard. Just print our map with the accompanying list of
farms open for business, and you can take your own self-guided tour of the Cashton and Westby Amish farms. Every single person we met was welcoming and