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Mohican State Park, Loudonville

(4.3/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • A nice and quiet way to spend a day, or more if you want to. Clean peaceful way to get back in touch with nature. I you enjoy the outdoors, it is worth a visit.  more »
  • This review is for the cottages in the park. We have been coming here for more than 30 years. We always get several cabins for a weekend in March. This year they completely remodeled them! While they ...  more »
  • I live here. It's a beautiful area and the forest is a unique ecosystem of a combination of northern forests and southern forests. Great birding, several rivers to kayak and canoe, nice places to camp...  more »
  • The non electric sites were really close together. Sites 1 and 2 looked pretty secluded so if I come back, I will try and get one of those sites. We couldn't park next to our campsite either, so we had to drag everything from the designated parking area. Our neighbors were loud, and our campsite was on this "trail", so we had a lot of people walking by. (Non electric 3). You can also hear traffic on Rt 3. Beside the noise, it was pretty (especially in fall!). The staff seemed nice (we didn't have pets). Didn't give us any additional information outside of the campsite map. We also made the mistake of going during kids Halloween week. So that was annoying. Parents didn't seem to care what their kids were doing and if they were in the middle of the street or not. If you do have kids, they had all sorts of pumpkin carving and trick or treat events set up. Bathrooms are camp bathrooms. They flush and had toilet paper. That's enough to make me happy. I did not check out the shower house.
  • This is a well maintained park with great hiking! The waterfalls have never had much water when I've been there but the Hiking never disappoints.
  • Mohican was probably one of the best experiences of my life. It is a great place to be outdoors and witness things you probably never will again. The dorms are also very interesting and fun to be in.
  • What is it with the lady at the check in booth??? Been coming here for over 20 years and never has our dogs been an issue. First she wanted to know what breed they are, secondly if they had all there shots, ok I get that but then she ask if I have the shot records with me and of course I don't and then tells me she will mark it on my card and the next time she will have to deny our admittance to the park without records. I can not find anywhere on ODNR or Reserve America websites concerning breed restrictions or shot records required? I encourage anyone who experiences the condescending treatment that we received from this lady to contact park manager Josh Gardner and remind these people who they work for. I have also wrote a letter to ODNR head.
  • Beautiful campground, vindictive office staff! Be sure to bring your dog's immunization records, your records, your kids records, your passport etc... Be prepared to answer third degree questions about your dogs at the front gate by the dog Nazi lady. If you forget your records and cannot produce them on demand, then be prepared to have your dinner interrupted by the park ranger who will accuse you of lying and read Ohio revised code to you while admitting that your dogs are obviously harmless. Other than the intimidation over beans and franks, we had a marvelous time! It's actually quite beautiful there...just don't upset the dog Nazi lady at the front gate.