Malabar Farms

Soil, water and forests are the foundation not only of our national economy but of our very existence and civilization.” -Louis Bromfield

Malabar Farms

“The problem of soil and water conservation is our gravest and most fundamental national problem.”

“It is the duty of every citizen, for his own welfare, if for no other patriotic reason, to support and fight for and possibly initiate measures having to do with conservation of soil, water and forests.”

-Louis Bromfield

Malabar FarmsBig House Tours – $5 per adult / $3 ages 6-17

Memorial – Labor Day – 7 Days A Week / 12 PM, 2 PM, 4 PM

September & October – Tuesday thru Sunday / 12 PM, 2 PM, 4 PM

November – Saturdays & Sundays / 12PM, 2 PM, 4 PM

December – Saturdays & Sundays / 12PM, 2 PM, 4 PM

January thru April – Saturdays & Sundays / 12PM, 2 PM, 4 PM

May 1st – Memorial Day – Tuesday thru Sunday / 12 PM, 2 PM, 4 PM

Enjoy a tractor drawn guided tour of Malabar Farm State Park. An Ohio State Park Naturalist will lead your journey and discuss landmark and conservation highlights in relation to Louis Bromfield and his book “Pleasant Valley”. Tours generally last 45 minutes and will not overlap your house tour. $3 per person (free for 5 and under)

Hiking Trails

Four different trails of various lengths with side trails and connections are all rated “moderate” with some hills. All have beautiful scenery.  They are open dawn to dusk. Parking is free.

A cozy hostel, with it’s B&B atmosphere, is located on a working farm in Malabar Farm State Park in rural Ohio. Explore all that this state park has to offer – rolling hills and valleys – by foot or bicycle; and cross-country skis or snow-shoes in the winter time! Thinking about a family reunion, a retreat, or a country wedding? Rent the whole hostel (up to 20 people) for only $350 per night! Call 419-892-2055.

Malabar farm offers a 15-site primitive campground suitable for horse and pet camping seasonal. Facilities include: fire rings, picnic tables, hitching posts, gravel parking pads, pressurized water, and handicapped-accessible, self composting restroom. Bridle trail access from campground. No reservations. First come, first served.

  • 15 non-electric sites
  • Fire rings, picnic tables, drinking water and latrines are offered
  • Pets are permitted on all sites
  • Equestrian camping is available

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