Plan a mid-week day trip to enjoy the scenery and wildlife, or splash down the river with the fun weekend crowd.
Where anyone can become a storyteller.
As the Camp and Canoeing Capital of Ohio, Mohican’s devotion to the great outdoors endures: We always crave adventure and challenge, seek activity and expedition, and demand exploration and experience, every day and every season of the year.
One thing that does change? Our look! We’re excited to announce that the Mohican Visitors Bureau has rebranded: We’re now Discover Mohican, complete with a brand-new logo, but we’re still the same get-outdoors-and-experience-it-all facilitators (ok, unrepentant enablers!) that you’ve grown to trust.
And with that, Discover Mohican is delighted to welcome you to another year of four-season fun and open-air adventure for family and friends. Challenge yourself to go out-of-bounds – to trek into the wild, to paddle a little harder, to play a little longer in the snow, to dream bigger, plan with daring, and soar a little higher.
Rediscover diversion and embrace what you love most: Outdoor opportunity and the freedom of knowing you’re the only person in sight. Good friends gathered around great food. Long hikes and longer races. Scenic drives and day trips to Amish Country.
This year, we encourage you to get out, get active, and get lost in the beauty of Mohican. Here, at our restaurants and shops, between trails and river, you’ll find joy and serenity, serendipity and lasting memories – myriad opportunities to get away from it all, not far from anything and yet wonderfully removed from modern distractions, the everyday, and the masses.
So, whether you’re here for a week or a weekend, in summer or in winter, let yourself let loose. Give yourself over to boundless freedom and limitless opportunity. Venture out into Mohican and explore anew in 2023.
Wally Road Detour Updates
Update for the Wally Road Spellacy bridge project: Expected closure September 19, 2022 – September 2023
Current bridge restrictions: 10 ton limit, one lane traffic enforced by temporary traffic lights. Anything larger than 10 tons should come up Wally Road from Rt. 514 in Greer for access to Mohican Wilderness, Mohican Reservation, Wally World and Lost Horizons campgrounds. Detour signs will be placed per Holmes County. We expect long delays over the busiest weekends late June through mid July and holiday/festival weekends this 2022 season as the traffic has been reduced to one lane over the current bridge. We highly encourage as many travelers as possible to detour to Greer from Nashville in order to lessen the amount of traffic and delays.
Kokosing will close the existing structure on Wally Road over the Mohican River on 9/19/22. This closure will be in place for 365 days and disruptions to the river traffic will be intermittent. During this time, we will do everything in our power to minimize the quantity and length of these disruptions. If disruptions must occur to progress construction, a flagger will be stationed up stream in order to direct kayak and canoe traffic to pull off temporarily until it is safe to proceed. Kokosing will do everything in our power to minimize these pull off times and schedule work in a manner that impacts the river traffic as little as possible.
Check out our 2022 Adventure Guide!
Loudonville is conveniently located within minutes of Mohican State Park, Mohican-Memorial State Forest, and Malabar Farm State Park.
Mohican-Loudonville is located in Ashland County, Ohio, centrally located between Cleveland and Columbus. Mohican is known for being one of Ohio’s largest outdoor recreational complexes.