Dick Frye
From the original Mohican Canoe Livery, first opened in 1961, now Mohican Adventures, the area proudly boasts six canoe liveries to become the official "Canoe Capital of Ohio" today. Some area campgrounds offer canoe livery shuttle service. spacer
Along with Mohican State Park, shopping in our historic Victorian downtown, and a wide array of fairs, an annual trip on the Mohican River has been a popular family tradition for half a century! All the liveries also offer a variety of primitive camping, RVing with full hook-ups, and cabins from basic to deluxe. spacer
A long-time dream, the Loudonville Bicycle Path connects "the village to the Mohican valley." Beginning at the new Pathway Bridge in Riverside Park downtown, the 11⁄2 mile paved bicycle path follows the Mohican River and tree lined South Market St. (SR 3) ending at Mohican State Park. Along the way the Path passes favorite stores and restaurants. Bike rentals are available at Kim's Bikes downtown. This year, the Path will be extended to the parking lot just north of Pine Mill Grist Mill at TR 629 and SR 97. spacer
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Mohican-Loudonville Visitors Bureau
131 W. Main St., Loudonville, OH 44842 • 419-994-2519 • 1-877-2-MOHICAN

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