The Mohican area is home to two of Ohio’s most beautiful and unique parks. Located in Northeastern Ohio, the 1,110-acre Mohican State Park and the adjacent 4,525-acre State Forest offer limitless opportunities for visitors to explore one of Ohio’s most stunning natural regions. Hike down to the Covered Bridge, gaze at the beauty of the Gorge Overlook, or visit the Wolf Creek Grist Mill. This grist mill was built in 1831 and originally stood north of Loudonville at Wolf Creek. It was dismantled, moved and reconstructed at its present location in 1971 next to Pine Run stream. The grist mill features an overshot waterwheel that powers two millstones where grain was ground into flour. Today the grist mill is being restored and operated as a working museum by park volunteers. Visitors are welcome to tour the grist mill which is usually open on weekends during the summer. The Mohican area is also home to Malabar Farm State Park. Home of Pulitzer-Prize winning author Louis Bromfield, Malabar is an actual working farm. Tour Louis Bromfield’s home, “The Big House”, and see where Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart were married.