The Sugarcreek Horse Trolley will once again be serving visitors to the downtown area. It is drawn by a team of Belgian horses leased from Leroy Stutzman.
The cost of fair is a donation. The trolley will operate every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
It will begin each day by departing from the John S. Yoder home and will travel throughout the village making regularly scheduled stops.
Some of the highlighted stopping points will be Swiss Village Bulk Food Store and Sweetwater Farm. Each location will be cycled through every 90 minutes, so people are free to get on and off wherever they want.
The trolley drivers will be able to give passengers information and answer questions along the way to help them get around more easily.
The horse trolley will be in operation this year from May through October.
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