Home of the famous Prairie Peddler Festival and Pickers Market.

The Prairie Peddler Festival is an outdoor marketplace featuring 200+ artisan booths and food.

The Pickers Market is an upscale flea market full of vintage junk, architectural salvage, barn & attic treasures, and farm market goodies. Food trucks, coffee bar & live music. This market will be held in a large open field perfect for social distancing and fresh country air! RAIN OR SHINE!

Sorry, no pets allowed in the show, with the exception of service dogs

Get in the Zone! At WhoaZone at Pleasant Hill Lake Park, located in the Perrysville, offers a full day of family fun. Featuring our action-packed floating ninja course and shaded seating rentals. We offer a full day of active entertainment that’s great for the whole family.  For hours and ticket information visit us at  whoa.zone/perrysville

Rentals, docking, winter storage, summer trailer storage, boat registrations, fishing license, kayak rentals, fuel sales

Located on Pleasant Hill Lake

Boat rentals, kayak rentals, docking, winter storage, summer trailer storage, boat registrations, fishing license, service work, fuel sales, part sales, boat sales.

Located on Charles Mill Lake

An incredible and unforgettable experience. Our campground borders along and runs through the Greenville Treaty Line and Historical Marker. We cordially welcome and invite you to our campground with Ohio’s most scenic rustic riverfront sites, off river sites and primitive sites. Special group rates & packages! Home of the Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow.”(Not Affiliated w/ Any Indian Tribe”)

The Cleo Redd Fisher Museum is owned and operated by the Mohican Historical Society.  In addition to operating the Cleo Redd Fisher Museum, the Mohican Historical Society offers monthly programs from September through April on historical topics. The Society also offers support with local history and genealogy research and information, when available.  The Cleo Redd Fisher Museum is home to a number of special collections and artifacts. Many of the items on display are related to the local history and events in Loudonville and the surrounding area.

The Loudonville Public Library spans over 26,00 square feet and is dedicated to providing materials and services for the educational, informational and recreational needs of the community.  As a centerpiece in Loudonville, the library serves babies to seniors as well as the many visitors who come to the area for recreation.  With book talks, author visits, historical programs, traveling exhibits, passive programs and classes the library offers a steady stream of learning opportunities for adults and seniors.  Storytimes, summer reading program, STEM, crafts and after hour events for youth are all geared to their advancement.  Campers love the many rainy day activities.  The Early Literacy Play Space, board games and Wii station keep kids busy and learning.

Duration varies • $10-$34/person

2, 5, 10 & 20 mile trips offered down the designated Mohican River scenic waterway. Choose from tubes, kayaks or canoes. Rent or bring your own.