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Mohican Adventures Campground & Cabins

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Come to Play, Plan to Stay where family fun abounds! Mohican Campground & Cabins is nestled in a wooded valley complemented by 2 small lakes: perfect for swimming or fishing. Enjoy RV or Primitive camping with a clean, modern shower-house equipped with hot water. In addition, a variety of cabins with hot tubs, from the Century Stone House and Ranch House for large families or groups to the Super Logs and A-Frames for a more intimate feel. If pampered isn’t your style, try the simplistic charm of either the Cozy Cabins or Camper Cabins for that “camp feel” without the hassle of a tent. With an activities director on site we provide planned activities through out the summer months; ideal for both children and adults. Located within walking distance of canoe rentals, mini golf, go karts, horseback rides, waterslides, restaurants and many other activities. Join us and get back to nature with Mohican Campground & Cabins.



Email: cabins@mohicanadventures.com

Phone: 419-994-2267

Other Phone: 888-909-7400

Fax: 419-994-4666

Max RV Length: 80

Max Amps: 50

Check-in Time: 2:00 pm

Check-out Time: NOON

Latitude/Longitude: 40.664859 , -82.151145

Total Sites: 260

Camping Season: April to December


Amenities

  • tenting
  • store
  • swimming pool
  • fishing
  • lp gas
  • modem connection
  • pullthrus
  • sewer hookups
  • laundry
  • other swimming
  • rentals
  • pets
  • cable tv
  • lodging
  • dump station
  • recreation hall
  • boating
  • group area
  • phone hookups
  • slideouts
  • wi-fi

Directions

FROM CLEVELAND Take I-71 South to Exit # 173 (Mansfield / Lucas exit) to St. Rt. 39. Go East to Loudonville, approximately 18 miles. In town, take St. Rt. 3 South about 1.5 miles to Mohican Adventures. FROM CANTON Take US Route 30 west to Wooster, then St. Rt. 3 South to Loudonville, approximately 20 miles. Follow St. Rt. 3 through Loudonville. We will be about 1.5 miles south of town. FROM TOLEDO Take US Route 80 east to Norwalk, then US Route 250 south to Ashland, then US Route 60 south to Loudonville. Pick up St. Rt. 3 south in Loudonville, follow that south of town 1.5 miles to Mohican Adventures. FROM COLUMBUS Take I-71 North to Exit #165 (Lexington / Bellville exit). Turn right onto St. Rt. 97. Go east approximately 20 miles, and 97 dead ends onto St. Rt. 3. Turn left on St. Rt. 3, come north past the Mohican State Park and it is about 1 mile to Mohican Adventures. FROM AKRON Take I-76 west to St. Rt. 21 south, 21 south to St. Rt. 585 south to Wooster. Pick up St. Rt. 3 south to Loudonville approximately 20 miles. Follow St. Rt. 3 through Loudonville, Mohican Adventures will be 1.5 miles south of town.


Pet Policy

Pets Allowed


Pricing Info

Our prices per night are $10.00 base rate for a 30 amp site, or $15.00 base rate for a 30/50 amp site. Each person 11 and older is $10.00 a night and each person 10 and under is an additional $5.00 a night.



Weather

Clear
Wednesday 04/26/2017 0%
Clear
Partly cloudy. High 81F. Winds SSE at 10 to 20 mph.
Chance of a Thunderstorm
Thursday 04/27/2017 60%
Chance of a Thunderstorm
Windy with scattered thunderstorms. High 74F. Winds S at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Chance of Rain
Friday 04/28/2017 40%
Chance of Rain
Increasing clouds with showers arriving sometime in the afternoon. Thunder is possible late. High 73F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Rain
Saturday 04/29/2017 90%
Rain
Rain. Thunder possible. High 61F. Winds NNE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 90%.
Chance of a Thunderstorm
Sunday 04/30/2017 60%
Chance of a Thunderstorm
Scattered thunderstorms. High 81F. Winds SSE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 60%.


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July 24, 2011

I looked and looked everywhere for reviews to tell me what I ACTUALLY needed to know. So, here it is:
We stayed in Al's cabin for the week. It was really nice, had air conditioning. We stayed here b/c it was the biggest cabin for the cheapest price. It had a bathroom, and was RIGHT NEXT to the bathroom/shower house. The view was great.

Things to keep in mind about this cabin:
No closets. It sleeps 15 ppl so pack appropriately so there isn't 'stuff' taking up all the room. We brought an over-the-door hook to hang up our towels in case it rained (the only other place to hang them is outside over the deck)
No counter space. Bring coolers, or there will be no where to put a thing.
They supply blankets and sheets and almost all kitchen necessities. They will bring you 2 garbage bags a day. Bring plenty of paper cups and plates though b/c they only supply for 8. There is obviously no dishwasher so doing dishes is the last thing you want to be doing.
The closest grocery is about 5 min driving distance, and VERY expensive. To give you an example-a half gallon of OJ was $6.99. There are also 2 dollar stores, but don't exactly provide everything you need. The closest Walmart is 30 min away, so try and stop there before you come and bring as much as you can.
Canoeing is worth it, very fun. Pick a day and go in the morning when the sun isn't beating on you.
The little beach area is nice and you can bring alcohol down in cups.
The pool is cold, but nice b/c it's indoors so if it rains, the kids have something to do.
Fishing is catch and release, but there are plenty in there.
Ice is only $1.50 at the main office, so it's not worth attempting to drive to buy it.
There is a laundromat very close, walking distance, if you need it.
When you check in, they give you a wrist band to wear for the week. They give you a "sign-in" sheet with as many lines to write names as your cabin will hold. After that, they say you must pay $9 per visitor for the day, and if people come in without a wristband they will be asked to leave. NOT TRUE. There were people everywhere without those wristbands.

I called 20 times about all this info. I got "I don't knows" for every question. The girls that work there are all of 15 years old, and completely uninterested in much. I hope I can help someone with this review, I was desperate for info and had to learn the hard way. This place is amazing besides the no info part though. We had a blast and will definitely be doing it again.

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What a Great Trip!!

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July 3, 2010

Tent camped with my 10 year old son. Very clean and quiet. It got a little busier towards the weekend but well managed. The staff would stop by each day to see ho we were doing and if we needed anything. There is pleanty for both young and old to do. All of the facilities were well kept and modern. Wish they would have more dumpsters other than those by the main office. I will deffinetly be coming back.. THANK YOU MOHICAN ADVENTURES FOR A VERY MEMORABLE VACATION IN 2010!!

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Couldn't pay me to go again

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July 21, 2008

First of all, the tent sites that they offer are on top of a hill about a mile away from anything the campground offers. Second of all the pool they offer that is indoors is about as cold as the atlantic in the winter...horrible. third, we decided to do the canoe trip in the morning. 15 minutes into our trip we heard thunder....we ended up having to dock at a local campground for shelter....a storm coming in is something I would expect a business of that nature to inform me of.. there were little children stuck on rafts crying. Over all... i would NOT tell anyone i liked to come here. I was very displeased with my entire stay.

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