Mohican Rocks in Fall 2019!

Mohican in the fall is on fire, with color of course. The leaves are transforming the hills of Mohican into a brand new landscape full of reds, yellows and oranges. Local farmers markets have pumpkins, mums and more, out and ready to sell. Visitors are amazed at the view of the Clearfork Gorge Overlook as it changes to sea of color each day. It truly is a sight to behold.

As the Camp & Canoe Capital of Ohio, canoeing is not over. What a treat to float down the Mohican State Scenic River under an arbor of color. Some of the canoe liveries are open through October. It is a perfect time to grab a camera with family and friends and enjoy the serenity of the river.

Fall is full with activities that will keep everyone having fun while enjoying all there is to offer. Whether staying for a week or weekend, discover why Mohican rocks any time of year. Stay in a treehouse, castle, state park lodge, Inn, historic B&B, or a choice of one of many private cabins. Several of the private cabins or cottages have hot tubs, spectacular views; all the amenities of home and some are even pet friendly.

The 28th Mohican Bluegrass Festival returns to Mohican Wilderness Campground, September 12th – 14th. This A family friendly event that takes place in the beautiful Mohican River. Performances include the Open Highway, The Hillbilly Gypsies, The Cleverlys, and many more. Don’t miss this first class event.

September 28th is the annual Oktoberfest at Wolf Creek Grist Mill. Taste & enjoy 100 varieties of domestic and international beer, and wine to support fundraising efforts for Wolf Creek Grist Mill Historic Park & Museum. Live music, games, food, and more. Free busing to and from the event for patrons staying at any of the following sponsorship lodging locations: Red Window Townhouse, Mohican Adventures, Wally World Riverside Resort, Arrow Point Campgrounds Inc, Mohican Little Brown Inn, Blackfork Marken Inn Bed & Breakfast, & The Mohican State Park Campground.

There are plenty of events happening this fall. October 1st – 5th is the 131st Loudonville Street Fair. Family fun and affordable, with five days of free admission, free entertainment, food, rides, and more.

October 13th – 27th, is Mohican is the Fall Foliage Drive-It-Yourself Tour. Take a leisurely drive through the Mohican State Park and the Mohican-Memorial State Forest during the peak of the season. Hike or bike the trails and enjoy nature as the trees and wildlife get ready for winter. Then enjoy time at the restaurants and independent stores. Visit for a map and more information.

October also brings in ghost enthusiasts at Landoll’s Mohican Castle.  Throughout the year, they offer public Ghost Walks. These walks will take one through the history of the property and also allow the opportunity to communicate with the “other side” by using ‘tools of the trade.’ If wanting to go more in-depth ask about the possibility of a Ghost Hunt. This will take several hours and permits the visitor to conduct a paranormal investigation.

During November and December, make sure to plan an individualized adventure in Mohican. Fishing, outdoor sports and more occur all year long. Hiking trails are open to the public year-around at the Mohican State Park.  Skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing are available at nearby Snow Trails Ski Resort.

All of this and more await – Discover Why Mohican Rocks!

What To Do When You Can’t Canoe

The Mohican area is know as the camping and canoe capital of Ohio. But, what is there to do if the rivers are high and you can’t canoe?

Mohican Adventures has mini golf, go karts or an aerial adventure park. Fly through the trees on zip lines at Tree Frog Canopy Tours? Buy a day pass and swim indoors or outdoors at Mohican State Park Lodge. Grab a pizza from Trails End Restaurant or a lunch from The Mohican Country Market for a picnic in one of our State Parks. Stay and hike any of the scenic trails, climb the fire tower at Mohican State Park or tour the Big House at Malabar Farm State Park. Horseback riding is available at nearby Equestrian Valley Farm. Visit the Loudonville Library. Take in a movie or a play at the historic Ohio Theatre in Loudonville. Visit one or all of our area museums or historic areas-Cleo Redd Fisher Museum, Little Buckeye Children’s Museum, Wolf Creek Grist Mill and Museum or a self-guided tour of the Ken Hurst 1800’s Mohican River Valley. You can also catch live entertainment and fun at one of our local wineries-Ugly Bunny, Sunny Slope, or Fox Winery! Shopping is always an adventure in historic downtown Loudonville or nearby Amish Country!

So much to choose from and so little time!