Malabar Farm State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 15
Malabar Farm in Pleasant Valley was the dream of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Louis Bromfield. Today, visitors can see the house and farm existing just as they did in Bromfield's time. The outbuildings and pastures still house chickens, goats and beef cattle. The hills are ribboned with strips of corn, wheat, oats and hay while the scenic trails are adorned with nature's bounty.
Malabar Farm reflects the agricultural tradition of Ohio while focusing on Louis Bromfield's life and philosophies.
The 32-room Big House, designed by Bromfield and architect Louis Lamoreux, is a blend of Western Reserve architectural styles and was built to appear as if it had been added onto over the years
Tours of the mansion, preserved just as Louis left it in 1956, are offered year-round
Wagon tours of the farm are offered May through October • During the growing season, Malabar Farm offers educational tours of its vegetable garden
There is a nominal fee for house and wagon tours
Contact the park for hours and fees
15 non-electric sites
Fire rings, picnic tables, drinking water and latrines are offered
3 hiking trails
Bridle Trail • 11 Miles • Easy • Hiking is also permitted
Pugh Cabin is a day-use facility for groups up to 50 people
This building can be rented for meetings and group functions from 8:00 am - 11:00 pm • Reservations are required and can be made online or by calling 866-644-6727
A picnic area with tables, grills, drinking water and latrines is available
Good catches of bluegill and catfish can be caught from the farm ponds at Malabar
A wheelchair-accessible dock is provided at the Big House Pond
A valid Ohio fishing license is required
Sledding, ice skating and cross-country skiing are permitted during appropriate weather
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