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Mohican State Park

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Mohican State Park

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Joseph H wrote a review Oct 2020
Beavercreek, Ohio402 contributions72 helpful votes
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My wife and I enjoyed hiking the Big and Little Lyons Falls trail, as well as the Pleasant Hill Trail. The trails are marked superbly!! Thank you to the volunteers who constructed the steps adjacent to Big Falls - great work! This is a fantastic trail for all ages. While the falls were little more than a trickle at this time of year, it was still a great way to spend an early October afternoon!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Terrence wrote a review Oct 2020
Springfield, Ohio147 contributions32 helpful votes
Enjoyed the covered bridge, the hiking trails, and the campground. A return visit to the clean campground with all the amenities necessary for a great experience in a state park is guaranteed.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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KymL850 wrote a review Sep 2020
Cleveland, Ohio24 contributions5 helpful votes
About a month ago, we reserved our spot (#90) to camp for three nights in the middle of the week after Labor Day. I had tried to get a spot earlier in the summer, but was unable to book one a week out from when we could go. This is a popular place, with lots to do including mountain bike and hiking trails, as well as the major attraction: canoeing/rafting/kayaking. Since Ohio had major rainfall the night before we visited, the river was closed on the day we arrived and only open for rafts the next day. We had hoped to canoe or kayak, but ended up not going because the third day, when we could have rented a canoe or kayaks, it was cool. We didn’t fancy being on the river when it wasn’t sunny and warm and decided to save it for another time. Our campsite was right next to the river and quite close (but not TOO close) to a restroom and a shower house. The restroom was a little decrepit, but reasonably clean. And if you didn’t care to use that one, the shower house was much newer and also had toilets. (Note: the water in the showers was on the cool side.) Because of COVID, most of the water spigots were turned off. We ended up getting water from one in the shower house. The sites were on the small side and close together, but we were fine with that because we were on the river. I’m not sure I’d want to camp there otherwise. The atmosphere and our fellow campers were quiet and friendly. However, as I said, this was during the week late in the season. It may very well be party central during summer weekends. Or maybe the park employees keep it calm. Who knows? Both a small raccoon and a skunk walked through our site each night - making their rounds, I guess, but it was a bit of a heart stopper the first night when I shone my flashlight on movement near the tent and it turned out to be a skunk! When we’ve had skunks near campsites before, their presence was always announced by their, ahem, unique aroma. This one was both silent and scent-free. S/he didn’t seem too interested in me, but I carefully backed away just to be sure. Later I surprised her/him on my way to the bathroom, and s/he did lift her/his tail. I backed away double-quick that time! The raccoon was extremely inquisitive, so inquisitive we thought at one point s/he was going to climb into our van. There was also a feral cat who seemed to live there. So, don’t leave food out. An aside: I should have mentioned this in my Maumee Bay review also. We saw a raccoon there but figured our food would be safe in the tent vestibule. Wrong! A whole loaf of bread, as well as some snacks were eaten, with wrapping strewn on the way back into the wooded area behind our tent. So, nice campground, lots to do, small sites, animal life. Make reservations well ahead of time.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jeannie P wrote a review Sep 2020
Fairborn, Ohio58 contributions25 helpful votes
Very nice campground. Well spaced out sites and well maintained. Nice walking and biking paved paths. Beach was okay.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Bill wrote a review Aug 2020
Adamsville, Ohio295 contributions52 helpful votes
Stayed at site 27. It is a pull through and we have a fairly large unit but it accommodated it easily. Since we are self contained I can not comment on the facilities but the grounds were well maintained. Check on was a breeze with a very pleasant employee. We like camping at State Parks As for the most part there is more space between campers. 50 amp service with water and sewer. It doesn’t get any better!!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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