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About an hour-and-a-half drive southwest of Cleveland one can get lost in a wilderness reminiscent of the days of Native Americans and pioneers. Mohican State Park and the surrounding area, so named for the Native Americans that once resided in the area, has so much to offer the whole family. Take a kayak, raft, or canoe adventure down the Mohican River from one of the many canoe liveries along the river, or opt for inner tubes and float lazily along instead. Go trout fishing on the Clearfork River, the only state-designated trout stream in northern Ohio. Rent a boat at Pleasant Hill Lake and go waterskiing. Serious hikers will enjoy Clearfork Gourge while the leisurely stroller will like the trails at Lyons Falls and the Covered Bridge. Or take a look at the scenery by horseback. For those that get itchy in the outdoors, there is Adventure Putt-Putt, water slides, and plenty of go-cart tracks.

Mohican has many season-round lodging options from a number of campgrounds for both primitive and camper sites to the Mohican Lodge and family-owned inns within walking distance. There are cabins available as well as bed and breakfasts for adult luxury.

Many events take place year-round at the State Park. Whether one is looking to picnic under the autumn leaves, ski, or enjoy the spring wildflowers there is a place for it at Mohican State Park. Throughout the year there are various special events including the Spring Wildflower Walk at Malabar Farm, the Prairie Peddler Festival in Bunker Hill Woods, the Great Mohican Pow-Wow on the Mohican Reservation, the Sidewalk Sale in Downtown Loudonville, and the Harvest Gathering of the Arts at Central Park-On the Square.

Mohican State Park
249 W. Main Street
Loudonville, OH 44842