Malabar Farm State Park
Resting on nearly 1000 acres, Malabar Farm is Located in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Plateau in Lucas, Ohio, and was the home of legendary Author and Conservationist, Louis Bromfield.
Located in the Pleasant Valley of Richland County, Malabar Farm State Park is representative of the diversity of the glaciated Appalachian Plateau region and was the dream of legendary Author, Pulitzer Prize-Winner and Conservationist, Louis Bromfield. Today, visitors can tour the Big House and working Farm which operates as it did in Bromfield’s time. The outbuildings and pastures still house a variety of farm animals and the rolling hills are ribboned with strips of corn, wheat, oats and hay while the scenic trails are adorned with nature’s bounty.
Pugh Cabin (Up to 50 People)
Main Barn (Up to 250 People)
Big House Wedding (Up to 25 People, 1 hr limit)
Outside Wedding (75+)
Visitor Center Conference Room (Up to 25 People)
Picnic Shelter (Up to 50 People)
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