Local Area Attractions
Canoeing, Kayaking, Rafting - Loudonville on the Mohican River
There are several liveries within minutes of the campground. You can make reservations at the office to avoid the lines. Float gently down the river and relax while enjoying the scenery, share time with family and friends, splash and swim, picnic on the shore - The Mohican River is Ohio's premier river destination.
Amish Country - Holmes County and Vicinity
Although Ohio's Amish live the simple life, traveling the country roads by horse and buggy, visitors to Amish country can still see the sights from the comfort of their cars. Large, white-painted farmhouses are scattered across the green fields. Rows of handmade dresses and work pants hang to dry in the sun. Barefoot boys wearing suspenders stroll alongside the road. In nearby Berlin you can sample great Amish cooking, tour the many shops and enjoy the beautiful countryside.
The Kokosing Gap Trail is a 13.2 mile paved trail from Mt. Vernon to Danville. This shady trail runs along the Kokosing River and through a wooded ravine, wetlands and scenic farmland.
Richland B. & O. Trail - An 18.3 mile paved trail from Butler to Mansfield that runs through picturesque farmland and crosses the Clear Fork Mohican river five times.
Malabar Farm State Park - Lucas
Malabar Farm is the 914 acre estate of famous Ohio author and conservationist Louis Bromfield. Tour the Big House, dine in the Malabar Inn Restaurant, purchase fresh produce from Malabar Farm market and admire the view from atop Mt. Jeez. For more information, visit www.malabarfarm.org.
Local Area EventsListing Calendar
Loudonville Arts and Crafts Show
Mohican Traditions Arts and Crafts Festival...Artisans and craftsmen will be selling and displaying their crafts in beautiful Central Park in downtown Loudonville. Enjoy a chicken BBQ and more!
Spring Plowing Days at Malabar Farm
Malabar Farm's Spring Plowing Days event features the beautiful and majestic draft animals which once were the mainstay of farming in early Ohio. The setting for this event is the rich rolling countryside of Pleasant Valley where agriculture has played an important role since the 1820's. www.malabarfarm.org