Mohican State Park

Mohican State Park


Location:Southwest of Loudonville, in the center of the state.
Facilities:186 campsites (153 with electricity), showers, flush toilets, group camp, 25 cottages, 96-room lodge, picnic areas, picnic shelters, restaurant, hiking trails (13 miles), bike trail (8.5 miles), bike rentals, game courts, meeting rooms, swimming pool, boat rentals.
Activities:Camping, canoeing, fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, nature programs.
Special Features:Wolf Creek/Pine Run Grist Mill is located in the park. Built in 1831, it originally stood north of Loudonville; it was dismanted, moved, and reconstructed at its present location in 1971. It features an overshot waterwheel that powers two millstones. Today the grist mill is being restored and operated as a working museum.
Address:3116 State Rt 3
Loudonville, OH 44842

Phone:419-994-5125
Web: www.ohiodnr.com/parks/parks/mohican.htm
Size: 1,110 acres.

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