From canoeing to zip lining, an aerial adventure park to a round of golf, horseback riding and more; camping to castle or resort. Those are just a few adventures to look forward to in Mohican. Enjoy the year-round events and festivals that bring out the kid in everyone. Discover why Mohican rocks!
Summer is alive and well. The Fourth of July Weekend brings in a great crowd for a weekend full of events. Antique fair, The Loudonville Car Show, live entertainment and of course, fireworks. The 18th Century Colonial Trade Fair returns in August at Wolf Creek Grist Mill. Learn from participants and vendors in period costumes and tents on the history of the area and life back then. Live canon demonstrations and more to entertain kids of all ages. Every Saturday until October is the Live Birds of Prey at Mohican State Park Lodge. Free and open to the public, get up close to Ohio’s natural winged predators. The Mohican State Park’s naturalist also offers regular hikes and programs that are also free and open to the public. Landoll’s Mohican Castle is offering regular live entertainment to its guests dining at the Copper Mug Bar & Grille.
As autumn sets in, make sure to join on the Mohican Bluegrass Festival and Oktoberfest. The Mohican Bluegrass Festival hosts the best of Bluegrass Music in an outdoor venue with food, vendors and of course music. Oktoberfest is one of the area’s most popular event that brings in old-world style German atmosphere with live music, food and over 100 kinds of foreign and domestic beers. October will continue the fun with the Loudonville Street Fair. This free street fair five days full of family fun and entertainment.
Mohican 5K Run/Walk is October 15th. The 3.1 miles begins and ends along the bike path of Wally Road. The Mohican 5K Run/Walk benefits the Loudonville-Mohican bike path with proceeds helping to maintain the area’s bike path.
Plan to stay for a week or weekend. With over 4,000 campsites, private cabins, a castle, resort, and more. Take a stroll through downtown Loudonville for shopping and dining. Visit DiscoverMohican.com for more information or find them on Facebook – Discover Mohican.