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Our secluded location overlooks the rolling hills of the Mohican Valley just 1/2 mile off historic Wally Road 5 miles south of Loudonville in the heart of Mohican Country and is truly some of the best lodging in Ohio! If you want to enjoy all that the Mohican Valley has to offer while staying in well appointed Amish built cabins, then look no further. We offer 4 cabins, each one with its own personality and charm. The Walhonding, the Kokosing, and the Killbuck Cabins were completed in 2012. Each cabin is also named after one of many local rivers!The Mohican Cabin 4 bedrooms 2 full baths up to 15 guestsThe Walhonding Cabin 4 bedrooms 1 and 1/2 baths Sleeps 12 The Kokosing Cabin 2 bedrooms 1 full bath Sleeps up to 8The Killbuck Cabin 2 bedrooms 1 full bath Sleeps up to 8
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Regain the excitement of being a kid! Stayed in the Old Pine. It is a beautiful rustic tree house with a swing underneath it. It is the only tree house with a swing. Stayed in January, crazy you think? Nope. Nicely heated with a gas heater and an extra electric heater; also has
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We really loved the tree house experience! The Tin Shed was awesome. Tree house was cosie and unique. Only one drawback the event venue (the Barn) was literally right next door. Our peace and tranquility was interrupted by a wedding reception. I would suggest another one of
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I heard from a friend about The Mohican's tree houses. I had looked into them and immediately wanted to go. I booked the Little Red tree house for my birthday for my boyfriend and I. On arrival we ran into the owner. She was so kind and was so willing to tell us about all of The
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We stayed in the Old Pine tree house after a long wait for a reservation. It was definitely worth it! The tree house is beautiful, and the owners have thought of every amenity. It is glamping at it’s finest. Be prepared for lots of outdoor sounds, and I woke up frequently
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I reserved a night in one of the treehouse (Little Red) for my 10 year olds birthday. Because it only slept two, I had to reserve one of the cabins as well so my husband could join us. And, since we had extra space, my daughter and her boyfriend planned to come as well. Due
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there are short trails on the property. I think you may have to drive to go to get somewhere that has longer trails. I am not a serious Hiker so we really didn't look for somewhere to hike.
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No you do not need a four wheel drive....
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Hi! To check availability, you can go directly to their web site themohicans and check to see if the date is open or you can call them at 440-799-3419. I checked while I was on their web site and it appears that it is booked most of August except the 11th and the 25th and 26th, but I would still call or check the web site for availability. While I don't remember a fir pit directly next to the Whit Oak Tree House, there is a charcoal grill next to the main entrance walk way that you can use to cook out. Hope this helps!
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Hi! Regardless of which treehouse you choose, it will be an awesome experience! Some tips though: Access: My wife and I stayed in the White Oak treehouse in January. Of the three treehouses, White Oak has the easiest access in winter with parking nearby and no stairs to climb. Tip: use backpacks instead of luggage with wheels because although there is a rock/gravel path you will have to carry your luggage. Shower: White Oak has an indoor shower...Little Red an outdoor one that is turned off I believe in November so you will have to use facilities at an unused cabin nearby. Tip: the on demand hot water system used in the White Oak shower was kind of balky in January. A little trick to get it to work...turn hot water on in kitchen faucet first then turn shower on...seemed to solve the problem. Larger: if the weather in March is anything like now...you may have to spend some time inside. White Oak is larger than Red, has one bedroom down and two queen loft beds up. For the $30-$40 price difference it will be worth it! DVD: previous poster mentioned bringing DVDs...good. Idea. Tip: we brought one of the "fireplace" DVDs...really made it nice in a cozy setting! For prices/availability...go to themohicans website
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"The Old Pine currently has the best views and most privacy"
"There isn't a bad selection except that the Little Red really is too small for more than 2 people."
"book way in advance, it is hard to find an opening. They book very quickly."
"All are great cabins, just beware if you have little ones with the treehouse cabins."
"Also there is no cable or wifi, so bring your own dvd's if you so choose, but It's a nice break from electronics!!"
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