Mohican Time!

“Autumn leaves don’t fall; they fly. They take their time and wonder on this, their only chance to soar.” -Delia Owens.

Now is your time to take in these vibrant colors, breathe in that crisp fall air, and relax in the beauty of Mohican Country. Local farmers’ markets have pumpkins, mums, and more out and ready to sell. As the Camp & Canoe Capital of Ohio, canoeing is not over. Floating down the Mohican State Scenic River under an arbor of color is a treat. Some of the canoe liveries are open through October. It is a perfect time to grab a camera with family and friends and enjoy the serenity of the river.

Stay in a treehouse, castle, resort, inn, or historic bed and breakfast, or choose one of many private cabins. Several of the private cabins or cottages have hot tubs, spectacular views, and all the amenities of home, and some are even pet-friendly.

Fall is full of activities that will keep everyone having fun while enjoying all there is to offer. Embrace the view at the Gorge overlook, climb the fire tower, or stroll across one of two covered bridges. The brand-new Spellacy Bridge on Wally Road is now open for your enjoyment! Begin your October with Ghost Hikes at Malabar Farm State Park. Or spend your day playing games, riding rides, or checking out the vendors and displays at the Loudonville Street Fair. Sharpen your investigative skills at the Big Foot Basecamp October 5th-8th at Pleasant Hill Lake Park with the famous Matt Moneymaker. Magnificent fall colors will be ablaze for a drive-it-yourself fall foliage tour in late fall. Come November, lace up your racing shoes for the Mohican 5K or the Fuzzy Fandango. Finish the year with a Candlelight tour of the Malabar Farm Big House. Spend your evening viewing the Kingdom of Lights at Landoll’s Mohican Castle or wake up to breakfast with Santa at Landoll’s Mohican Castle or the Mohican Lodge.

Events and adventures are in no shortage at Mohican throughout the rest of the year! Check out for a complete list of events!

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