BIKING TRAIL
Mohican State Park offers an 8.5-mile mountain bike trail that also passes through Mohican State Forest. The scenic terrain is varied, offering a little of something for riders of all skill levels. Open both to mountain bike riders and hikers, the trail travels from the state park campground to County Road 939, near the state forest headquarters.
 
CAMPING
The family campground at Mohican offers 120 campsites with electricity, fire rings and picnic tables. Full service hookups are available at 33 campsites. The main campground is equipped with showers, flush toilets, dump station and a camp commissary. Twelve walk-in campsites are close to the main campground amenities.
 
CLEAR FORK GORGE
The Clear Fork Gorge is situated along the north bluff of the Clear Fork of the Mohican River. Huge native white pines and eastern hemlocks grow on the steep sides of the gorge wall. For more information check out MOHICAN ROCKS.
 
COVERED BRIDGE
The covered bridge that crosses the Clearfork River in the midst of the forest is a Mohican State Park icon. Built in 1963 less than a mile downstream from Pleasant Hill Dam, the bridge is a focal point for picnickers and hikers. For more information check out MOHICAN ROCKS.
 
FIRE TOWER
For the brave of heart, a thrilling climb to the top of an 80-foot fire tower will reward visitors with a treetop view of Mohican State Park and Forest, as well as several miles beyond.
 
FISHING / HUNTING
The Mohican River is noted for smallmouth bass fishing. Largemouth bass, carp, crappie, catfish, perch and bluegill are also abundant in the river and at nearby Pleasant Hill Reservoir. Hunting opportunities are available in the adjacent state forest. A valid Ohio fishing and/or hunting license is required.
 
HIKING TRAILS
Over 13 miles of trails take you to the more interesting areas of the park and forest. Lyons Falls trail follows Clear Fork Gorge and features two waterfalls. The Hemlock trail leads to the scenic covered bridge, and Pleasant Hill trail follows the shoreline and offers beautiful views of the lake. For more info check out MOHICAN ROCKS.
 
HORSEBACK RIDING  / SNOWMOBILING
Mohican State Memorial Forest, located adjacent to the park, offers public hunting and trails for horseback riding, snowmobiling and hiking.
 
MEMORIAL FOREST SHRINE
In a peaceful corner of the state forest is the Memorial Forest Shrine, where park and forest visitors can pause to reflect on Ohioans killed in World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Persian Gulf War. The Memorial Forest Shrine is the state's official monument to her nearly 20,000 sons and daughters who died in those conflicts.
 
MOHICAN STATE PARK TRAILS MAP
Thanks to local volunteers, Mohican State Park has a new trails map. The 2-sided publication features a colorful topographic map of Mohican State Park & Forest with hiking, mountain bike and bridle trails – each color coded. Major Parks/Forest attractions are also highlighted, such as the Covered Bridge, Clear Fork Gorge Overlook, and Lyon Falls plus trailsheads and parking. The other map is a aerial view of both Mohican State Park and Malabar Farm State Park, including area roads. These maps also highlight the three trails trails. Snowmobile trails are also listed. Made of durable waterproof, rip stop material, it is available from the Mohican State Park office, area stores, and the Loudonville-Mohican Visitors Bureau office for only $2.00 or $3.00 by mail. (Checks payable to Loudonville-Mohican CVB)

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