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Mohican State Park

Mohican State Park
3116 State Route 3
419-994-5125

Camping

100 electric sites
51 full hook-up sites
35 non-electric sites
Showers, flush toilets, dump station and a campground store
Registered campers may use the pool and splash pad located in the campground.
Playground, volleyball and basketball courts
Campground store loans games and sporting equipment to registered campers.
Gem mining is available for a fee from the campground store
A maximum of two pets are welcome at all sites
For the safety of our registered campers and their families, visitors are not permitted to drive through the campground from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Activities

Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking and Tubing

The Mohican-Loudonville area is known as the “Canoe Capital of Ohio” due to the concentration of paddling activities. The entire scenic river consists of 27 miles of flowing waters that provide a view of the forested valleys that comprise the Clear Fork Gorge State Nature Preserve, Mohican State Park and Mohican Memorial State Forest.

Nearby Pleasant Hill Lake, which is managed by Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District, offers boating with no horsepower limits.

Fishing

Anglers will enjoy good catches of largemouth bass, bluegill and white crappie in Mohican’s streams and at Pleasant Hill Lake. Wolf Creek offers excellent stream fishing for smallmouth bass. Mohican’s Clear Fork River is one of only three Ohio streams stocked with brown trout, another great fishing opportunity for visitors. A valid Ohio fishing license is required.

Hunting

Hunting is prohibited in Mohican State Park, but is available in the state forest. A valid Ohio hunting license is required.

Picnicking

Six picnic areas are located around the park and offer tables, latrines and drinking water. Fires are only permitted in available grills
Campground store offers limited picnic supplies.

Swimming

Campers and cabin guests may use the swimming pool and splash pad located in the campground.
Tubing is very popular on the Clear Fork River and access points are located throughout the park.

Trails

Hiking

Several hiking and multi-use trails traverse the park.
Clear Fork Gorge Loop Trail 0.5 mile Moderate
Grist Mill Overlook Loop Trail - 0.7 mile
Hemlock Gorge Trail - 2 miles - Difficult - Leads to a scenic covered bridge
Hog Hollow Trail - 2.5 miles
Lyons Fall Trail - 2 miles - Moderate to Difficult - follows Clear Fork Gorge and features two waterfalls
North Rim Trail - 1 mile
Pleasant Hill Trail - 3/4 mile - Easy - Follows the lake shoreline and offers beautiful views of the lake
Stage Coach Trail (cut off on Lyons Falls) - 0.2 mile
Shelter House Trail - 0.33 mile
Named "Trail of the Month" by Runners World Magazine, Mohican State Park is the home to one of the oldest ultra marathons in the U.S., The Mohican Trail 100, and also hosted the first ever US Track and Field Ultra Marathon National Championship in 2005.


Biking

Mohican Mountain Bike Trail, 25-miles , also open to hikers, loops the gorge passing through both the state park and state forest.

Bridle

Several bridle trails meander through the state park lands and adjacent state forest. A portion of the bridle trails within the state forest are also designated for snowmobile use.

Winter Recreation

Under the proper winter conditions, park guests can enjoy snowmobiling on the Snowmobile Trail and on trails in the adjacent state forest.



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