The Mohican State Park is one of the most beautiful recreation areas in all of Ohio.
With continued expansion of facilities and refinement of nature trails,
Mohican remains a perennial favorite to both visitors and locals.

The covered bridge that crosses the Clearfork River in the midst of the forest
is a Mohican icon. Built in 1963 less than a mile downstream from Pleasant Hill
Dam, the bridge is a focal point for picnickers and hikers. The bridge vicinity is the trailhead for the Hemlock Gorge Trail, Pleasant Hill Trail and Hog Hollow Trail.

It's also where you'll find the popular worn path to Lyons Falls. The Falls are named
after James Lyons, a recluse who lived in a primitive forest cabin back in the 1800s.
Lyons gained infamy for his deathbed confession to murdering a local rival. He
was buried in the hills above the Falls, and although the gravesite can no longer
be found, both Big and Little Lyons Falls remain spectacular sights to see.


CLICK HERE FOR A PDF MAP OF THE MOHICAN STATE PARK

Mohican State Park & Forest video

Select an activity below to learn more about what Mohican State Park offers!

BIKING TRAILS| CAMPING | CLEAR FORK GORGE | COVERED BRIDGE | FIRE TOWER

FISHING / HUNTING | HIKING TRAILS | HORSEBACK RIDING | MEMORIAL SHRINE | MOHICAN ROCKS

MOHICAN STATE PARK TRAILS MAP | VISIT THE MOHICAN STATE PARK WEBSITE


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