During your stay, Mohican Lodge & Conference Center invites you to experience nothing but warm hospitality and comfort. We offer a range of fun activities for the whole family, take a dip in our indoor heated pool, plan some competitive family time, or explore the clear water streams of Mohican State Park.
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Open Daily 6 am - 10 pm
Take a dip in our indoor heated pool, available to our lodge guests. Pool towels are available at the front desk upon request. Day Passes are available for $12 / pass.
Jump in! You are your family will enjoy spending time at our large heated outdoor pool. Make this the focus of your stay or simply enjoy taking a few laps before hitting the trails! Locker rooms are provided and are located on the first level of the lodge. Pool towels are provided at the front desk.
Open seasonally, Memorial Day - Labor Day
Keep your fitness routine with our fitness room, open 24/7
Get your game on!
Enjoy playing classic arcade games, instant win games and crane machines. A game card can be purchased onsite, cash and credit card are accepted. Two game rooms are located near the front desk and near the indoor pool.
Unwind from your packed daily schedule with a game night! Visit the front desk to check-out a complimentary board game or find solitude in one of the Solariums, located in the guest wings, and play a variety of games on our board game tables!
Plan on some competitive family time!
We offer multiple court sports for you to enjoy during your stay. Equipment is available to borrow at our front desk on a first come, first served basis.
- Sand Volleyball Court
Watch the sunset from the back patio around a campfire!
Guests can call the front desk at (419)-938-5411 for availability and pricing during their stay for use of the fire pit.
During the summer, watch for lodge hosted bonfires starting at 8:00 pm. It is always a good idea to relax by a fire after a long day of adventuring and fun!
Located just steps away from the back patio are two paved trails that lead to the lake or to a scenic gazebo lakeside view. These trails do have a steep incline - so plan accordingly.
Activities in the Park
The trails at Mohican State Park offer plenty of opportunity to appreciate the beauty of nature while getting a good dose of exercise. The park offers 13 miles of hiking trails and an additional 32 miles can be found in the adjacent Mohican Memorial State Forest. These trails are also perfect for hiking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing during the winter.
A 25-mile bike trail passes through Mohican State Forest and offers mountain bikers quite an experience. The trail is filled with gradual uphill climbs, rollercoaster-type terrain, steep downhills, and breathtaking views of the park and surrounding region. The Mohican mountain bike trail system was named #4 in the country by the MTB Project.
SHORT LOOP -
The trail starts and ends at the staging area located across SR3 from the main campground. This is a six-mile loop that follows the hillside from SR3 to the group camp and back. Moderately difficult.
25 MILE LOOP -
There are two staging areas. One is located at SR3 across from the main campground and the other is located off of SR 97 near the Memorial Shrine. This trail is moderate to difficult and is not for the novice mountain biker. This is a one directional trail and does require some advance skill.
NEW SKILLS COURSE
The trail starts just steps away from the lodge! Check out this video from MTB Trails.
The state park and forest support over 22 miles of bridle trails for public use. There is also a horseman’s campground located at nearby Malabar Farm State Park. For day trail use, horse owners may bring their horse and use one of the two staging areas located off of State Route 97 and ride through some of the most scenic areas in Ohio. If you get hungry, you can ride the orange trail to the lodge, tie up your horse and enjoy a meal at Bromfield's Dining Room. There are several stables located outside the park, which offer trail riding and their information is listed below.
Pleasant Hill Marina is located in Perrysville, Ohio, and open seasonally from April to October. Pleasant Hill Marina provides fuel, live bait, marine parts and accessories, fishing tackle, ice, snacks, drinks, gifts, and clothing. Discover one of Ohio's best inland lakes for boating, fishing, swimming, and more, right in the heart of Mohican country.
A public swimming beach is located at Pleasant Hill Lake Park along the North Shore.
Mohican is the perfect destinations for the outdoorsmen! You can expect to catch Largemouth bass, white crappie, and bluegill in the streams of Mohican State Park and Pleasant Hill Lake. In the Clear Fork River nearby, catch a brown trout. Please be sure to arrive with a valid Ohio fishing license if you would like to fish. Learn how you can save on your next fishing license.
Hunting is not permitted within the Mohican State Park boundaries. However, hunting is permitted in the adjacent Mohican- Memorial State Forest. A valid hunting license is required.
The Mohican Fire Tower was constructed in 1934 and is 80 feet tall! In good weather conditions, guests can climb to the top and catch amazing views of the surrounding areas.
Clear Fork Gorge is a National Natural Landmark. The gorge was formed when glacial meltwater cut through the sandstone bedrock and is home to many eastern hemlocks and white pine trees. The forge is 1,000 ft. wide and over 300 feet deep.
The bridge, built in 1969, is a modern tribute to Ohio’s numerous historic covered bridges. The bridge is built over a modern steel span making the “covered” part of the bridge more of a canopy rather than part of the bridge’s overall framework.
The newly build cable bridge (2021) will span 120 feet over the Clear Fork tributary on the Mohican River. You can access this bridge on the Hemlock Gorge Trail.
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