Gnadenhutten is located in south central Tuscarawas County with a population of approximately 1,300. It lies in the valley partly surrounded by hills with the Tuscarawas River flowing along the southwest border. The two principal streets, Walnut and Main, intersect in the downtown area. Transportation needs are serviced by Conrail, while the village lies just a few miles from Interstate 77 to our west and Ohio State Route 250 to the east. Connecting Gnadenhutten to these highways is U.S. Route 36.
The Village celebrates the Fourth of July with a one-day event which includes a horse-drawn parade and fireworks. A Pioneer Days Festival is held the first weekend of August. Apple Butter Days is held the second weekend of October. The Christian Indian Christmas Drive-Thru Display can be visited Thanksgiving through December.