Mohican State Park


3116 State Route 3
Loudonville, Ohio 44842

GPS: N 40° 36' 13.63", W 82° 17' 48.11"

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419-994-5125
419-994-4290
866-644-6727
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Mohican Lodge & Conference Center
1098 County Road 3006
PO Box 429
Perrysville, OH 44864-9644
800-282-7275 Reservations for lodge rooms

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Lodge   Reserve Lodge Rooms online

  •  96 air-conditioned rooms, each with a private balcony and color television
  • Pets are permitted in 3 rooms, call 800-282-7275 for more information
  • Private meeting and banquet rooms for groups up to 425
  • Restaurant and lounge
  • Gift shop
  • Lodge guests may use the Olympic-size indoor and outdoor pools and sauna
  • For more information, visit www.mohicanstateparklodge.com

 

Cottages   Reserve Cottages online

  • 25 two-bedroom family cottages are located along the river in a wooded area
  • Each of the cottages will accommodate six people
  • The cottages are heated for year-round use and contain cooking utensils, towels, bed linens and blankets
  • Cottage guests may use the swimming pool located in the campground
  • Pets are permitted in cottages 10, 18, 19 & 21

Camping   Reserve Campsites online

  • 118 electric campsites
  • 33 full hook-up campsites
  • 35 non-electric campsites
  • Showers, flush toilets, dump station and a camp commissary
  • Registered campers may use the pool located in the campground
  • Campground offers many recreational activities such as volleyball and basketball courts, and horseshoe pits
  • Commissary loans games and sporting equipment to registered campers
  • For the safety of our registered campers & their families, visitors are not permitted to drive through the campground from Memorial Day through Labor Day
  • The group camp can accommodate organized groups of up to 100 people available by reservation

Getaway Rentals   Reserve Getaway Rentals online

  • 2 camper cabins are available from May through October
  • Each comes equipped with bunk and double beds, a mini refrigerator and fan
  • Registered guests may use the pool located in the campground

Picnic Areas   Reserve Shelters online

  • 12 Picnic areas are located around the park and offer tables, latrines and drinking water • Fires are permitted only in grills where available.
  • Concession stand offers limited picnic supplies
  • 3 shelterhouses may be reserved online or by calling 866-644-6727 

Trails

  • 6 hiking trails
    • Lyons Fall Trail • 2 Miles • Easy • follows Clear Fork Gorge and features two waterfalls
    • Songbird Trail • 1 Mile
    • Grist Mill Trail • 1 Mile
    • North Rim Trail • 1 Mile
    • Hemlock Gorge Trail • 2 Mile • Difficult • Leads to the scenic wooden bridge
    • Pleasant Hill Trail • 3/4 Mile • Easy • Follows the lake shoreline and offers beautiful views of the lake
  • 2 bike trails that also allow hiking
    • Mountain Bike Trail • 8 Miles • Moderate
    • Hog Hollow Trail
  • 3 bridle trails
    • Grouse Trail
    • Pine Run Trail
    • Snowmobile Trail
  • 1 mountain bike trail that also allows hiking • 8.5-mile mountain bike trail that also passes through Mohican State Forest
    • The scenic terrain is varied, offering a little of something for riders of all skill levels
    • Travels from the state park campground, off State Route 3, to County Road 939, near the state forest headquarters
    • Voted #1 mountain bike trail in Ohio by Mountain Bike Action Magazine last year, and a  "must ride" according to National Geographic Explorer Magazine two years ago
    • It is home of the Mohican MTB100, a stop on the National Ultra Endurance Series,  that has featured Floyd Landis of Tour de France fame along with many of today's top USA Olympians and National Champions
  • Other trails are available in the adjacent state forest for equestrians as well as hikers
  • Now celebrating its 21st year, Mohican State Park is the home to one of the oldest ultra marathons in the U.S., The Mohican Trail 100, also hosted the first ever US Track and Field Ultra Marathon National Championship in 2005

Boating

  • The Clear Fork of Mohican River, which flows through the park, is one of the finest canoeing rivers in Ohio

Fishing

  • The Mohican River is noted for smallmouth bass fishing • Largemouth bass, carp, crappie, catfish, perch and bluegill are also abundant in the river and at nearby Pleasant Hill Reservoir
  • Valid Ohio fishing license is required

Hunting

  • Hunting opportunities are available in the adjacent state forest
  • Valid Ohio hunting license is required

Winter Recreation (conditions permitting)

  • Snowmobiling is permitted on the Snowmobile Trail and on trails in the adjacent state forest

Nearby Attractions:


  • Wolf Creek/Pine Run Grist Mill is located in Mohican State Park adjacent to SR 3 • This grist mill was built in 1831 and originally stood north of Loudonville at Wolf Creek • It was dismantled, moved and reconstructed at its present location in 1971 next to Pine Run stream • The grist mill features an overshot waterwheel that powers two millstones where grain was ground into flour • Today the grist mill is being restored and operated as a working museum by park volunteers • Visitors are welcome to tour the grist mill which is usually open on weekends during the summer • For more information visit the grist mill's website
  • Malabar Farm State Park located northwest of Mohican was the home of Louis Bromfield -- noted author, farmer and conservationist. Visitors can tour Bromfield's "Big House" or take a wagon tour of the farm
  • Mohican State Memorial Forest, located adjacent to the park, offers public hunting and trails for horseback riding, snowmobiling and hiking
  • Fowler Woods State Nature Preserve which is north off State Route 13, is a mixture of mature beach-maple forest and swamp forest • There is a rich display of spring flowers in the woods • Visitation during daylight hours only.