Mohican Welcomes You! 

Come see the natural beauty of the hills - a sight for all seasons. Overnight lodging ranges from the primitive to the luxurious.  Visit two state parks in one day on trails for the hiker, runner, mountain biker, and horseback rider.  Take your time and have some fun on a canoe.  Ride your motorcycle, enjoy the scenery and many historic stops along the way.  Independent shops and restaurants take downtown Loudonville to a whole new level.   Allow Mohican's year round events take you to new heights in music and adventure.  Discover why MOHICAN ROCKS!

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Upcoming Events


Saturday - June 2, 2018

June 2nd, 9th, 16th,23rd & 30th. Mohican State Park Lodge at 7pm. Enjoy an up close experience with a variety of Ohio's bird species presented by The Ohio Bird Sanctuary. Free and open to the public.

For more information call 419-938-5411 or visit


Friday - June 22, 2018

June 22-24 & 29-30, at The Ohio Theatre. The Mohican Community Theatre presents "The King and I." A Rodgers and Hammerstein musical about a British school teacher hired as part of the King's drive to modernize his country and the ups and downs that follow. Times vary. Visit the website for details.

For more information call 419-994-3750 or visit


Sunday - July 1, 2018

The annual Old Fashioned Farmers' Show will feature antique tractors & machinery, threshing, gas engines, a sawmill, kids and adult pedal tractor pull, a car show, mule & donkey show, antique car racing, antique tractor pull, corn shredding, a trading post, a quilt show, crafts, a flea market, food vendors, animal land, steamed sweet corn, the Western Ohio Garden Tractor Pullers, a garden tractor display, country / polka / gospel / and /50s & 60s music, and more. . Event Details Dates: Repeats every day until Sun Jul 01 2018 . Thu, Jun. 28, 2018 to Sun, Jul. 01, 2018 - Sun, Jul. 01, 2018 to Wed, Jul. 04, 2018 Hours: 09:00am - 09:30pm Listing Address: Van Wert County Fairgrounds 1055 S. Washington Street Van Wert, OH 45891 United States Amenities: Free Parking Event Type: History & Heritage Rates: Adults: $7.00 Children: $3.00

For more information call 419-892-2784 or visit


Saturday - July 7, 2018

The Fourth of July weekend is the perfect time to visit Americana at its best. Enjoy over 500 cars from all decades and eras in one central location during the 18th Annual Car Show. This award winning car show is known to shut down the streets of downtown Loudonville and fill up with spectators from all over the country. Pre-registration and registration fees required for vehicles in the car show. While walking through the vehicles, visit Central Park for the Antique Festival. Antique and collectible dealers will be selling their timeless treasures. Independent stores and restaurants will be open and ready to help throughout the downtown landscape. Stay, play and have fun this Independence Day weekend at Riverside Park for fireworks beginning at dusk presented by Zambelli Fireworks. The weekend events are free and family friendly. For more information visit or Event Details Dates: Sat, Jul. 07, 2018 Hours: 08:00am - 04:00pm Listing Address: 131 WEST MAIN ST LOUDONVILLE, OH 44842 United States Phone Numbers: 419-994-4789 Amenities: Free Admission On-site Parking Event Type: Vehicles & Collectors

For more information call 419-994-2519 or visit


Saturday - July 7, 2018

July 7th & 8th. Buy-trade and sell antiques and collectibles in downtown Loudonville's beautiful Central Park. Experience history through it's relics

For more information call 419-994-2519 or visit


Saturday - July 7, 2018

July 7th, 14th, 21nd, & 28th. Mohican State Park Lodge at 7pm. Enjoy an up close experience with a variety of Ohio's bird species presented by The Ohio Bird Sanctuary. Free and open to the public.

For more information call 419-938-5411 or visit


Saturday - July 21, 2018

ASHLAND CHAUTAUQUA’s 2018 theme is "Oceans, Rivers, and Seas" and will feature five historic figures whose stories were intertwined with water: Herman Melville, author of Moby Dick; Grace O'Malley, a 16th century pirate; Henry Beston, Cape Cod-based naturalist and writer; Edith Russell, stylist and Titanic survivor; and York, the slave of William Clark of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The event will be held July 17-21, 2018. Each of these scholar/actors will appear in a major evening performance in character on stage at the Myers Band Shell at Brookside Park. In addition, each will present a daytime youth program and an adult lecture workshop during their weeklong residency in Ashland County. ASHLAND CHAUTAUQUA is produced through the year-round efforts of a committee of volunteers with representation from the City of Ashland, the Loudonville Theater & Arts Committee, Ashland Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, Ashland City Schools and Ashland University.

For more information call 877-581-2345 ext. 1003 or visit

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