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Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $28.00
We stayed here over the Fourth of July. The AT&T service did Not work at all, neither did our internet service. In this day and age, it's rough when you can't text. The antenna picked up NO channels. Our pull thru site was nice and convenient, and the grounds were well kept. The playground for the kids was very nice. The store was adequately stocked with a few essentials.There is a lot to do in the area, but I don't think we will be back until there are better services. Granted, there is more to camping than watching TV or reading the news on your phone, but to not have these services at all will lead us to another state park better equipped than Mohican. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $38.00
This park is not one that takes Passport America so unless you have the Golden Buckeye discount or a disabled veteran this park is $38/night. It has cabins, FHU sites, and E only sites - we hiked to the covered bridge which is 4M one way from the campground. In the summer I would think the stream running thru the park would be fun with tubes - we passed several tub launch locations. Our site was short for our rig and was under a tree that dropped huge walnuts or nuts of some kind - had to sweep the top before closing slides. We would probably not stay here especially during the summer - seems high for what you get. OHIO parks & recreation should compare other states for pricing. Our site was covered in straw I guess because of the mud. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $15.00
Spent 3 nights at this SP campground. Had an electric site. To our surprise the campground was not full (normal most times), but was starting to fill as we were leaving Friday at noon. We paid the Ohio senior rate (Sun-Thurs), plus a reservation fee, which was not necessary due to a lack of campers. Another pleasant surprise was the restroom condition. The sink counter had been replaced, new faucets, and motion detection devices were installed. Lights attract bugs at night and this equipment helped that issue. The park system still needs to install hooks around or near the sinks. We use this park as a base when we visit Holmes County. We like the campsites better than the parking lot campgrounds in Holmes County. It means driving 30 minutes, but it's worth the trouble. Caution if using RTE 3 from the south. The detour is not well marked and the detour takes you WAY out of the way. Use I-71 & Rte 97 instead or check the road construction reports before using Rte 3. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $60.00
Bathrooms didn't have toilet paper and I reported that they need some two days later still wasn't any. Showers and bath houses are 1950's a small shelf to put you tooth paste and hair products. The showers you cannot adjust so you might get warm water, the shower curtains are too short so when you take your shower the water goes into the very small dressing area so you are stand and dressing in water. Have complained about this numerous times, but they don't care. Sites are nice and roomy and area and pool is nice. But if you plan on taking a shower or use their bath house be prepared to share it with the bugs because they don't clean them out each day or any day. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $15.00
This campground gets crazy busy during the summer and on special event fall weekends, but was only about half full when we stayed here. This makes a world of difference because it's a beautiful park. Had peaceful site across from the flowing water. Bathhouse was clean and usually empty. Flat roads for bikes with trail to town (about 3 miles). Got good Verizon service, both phone and MIFI. As with other OH parks, limited staff available...have to register and drop in box when store not open. Park entry never attended, so park stands open all day/night. Most sites are electric only with water available to fill tanks. A few full hookup, but more expensive. Rate reflects Golden Buckeye discount (also accept Passport America). We camped at Mohican State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $30.00
Easy access off Highway 3 a few miles south of Loudonville. The park was extremely busy on our visit. We did not have a reservation, but rented a non-reservable, pull-through, paved site with 50 amp electric only. All interior roads and RV sites are paved. Some shade was available. Verizon cell phone service was minimal. No problem receiving satellite TV at our site, but would be a problem with many other sites that offer full shade. Many hiking trails, tubing and canoeing are available. This campground is very popular for family camping. Lots of things for kids to do. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $30.00
Sure, there are water and sewer hookups, but they are very limited. We had what we thought was a "full hookup" but ended up with electric only. At least it was 50 amp in this extreme record heat for the area. Was surprised to find out that we did not have any water hookup. Good thing we still had some fresh water in our tank. The good: Paved roads and paved sites. The Bad: Very tightly spaced, no privacy. If you like a quiet and peaceful natural park...this place is not for you. Do you like a circus atmosphere? This is your park! All sites seem to circle the huge swimming pool in the middle of the field. This pool has masses of screaming loud children, teenagers, and wild adults. The "river" is simply a shallow stream that has more of the above floating down with blow up inner tubes in only inches of water, which we could not use our canoe in this. Our site, #85 was suggested as a "great site". When we arrived, the paved site was covered in 2-3 inches of gooey mud. They apparently tried to soak up some of the mud with straw...which made it worse. Was never told this on check in. It is also right next to 2 smelly dumpsters. The shower house (and they are limited) was never cleaned the 4 days we were there. That huge spider in a web over one of the only 2 toilet stalls in that bathhouse got really fat on all the masses of bugs that were all over the place. Litter everywhere inside added to the atmosphere in the bath house. This place is also very dog friendly. They are everywhere. Though campers walk them on leashes, many did not pick up the "doo-doos", though bags were furnished free at the bathhouse. The only good thing I could say about this park is the full facility cabins in the rear of the park. They are in a beautiful quiet area with lots of room on the peaceful end of the river and very nicely laid out in shady huge yards. Would never stay here again...in an RV anyway. Cabin...yes...but no to "the zoo'. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $29.00
As a previous reviewer stated this is a very popular park. I tried to get reservations on line, but they only let you reserve two nights on the weekend. I only needed Saturday night. But, we took a chance and drove to the park and they did have some sites for one night. They don't let you drive through the park to look at the sites, but do have a nice book that has pictures of the sites. We had site 152 at first, which is right on the river, but when we got to the site it was so tight and right on top of the neighbors, which I hate. That loop also has tons of sites really packed together and it was noisy. We moved to site 68 which was quite private, quiet and pretty, good move. The full hookups sites are huge and very spacious. The majority of the sites (not all) in my opinion are close together and not very private. Oh, also the park has sites 1-16 that they save for walk in people. The river and pool look like the big attractions. The park is paved so bike riding is good and there is a paved bike path that goes into town. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $30.00
There was no one at the house to check-in: self check in. The commissary was open and very nice. No camp store that I saw. Lots were well laid out and very large. My wife, I and 18-month old son drove through and decided we'd stay here next time instead of Mohican Adventures. Only because we really like large comfortable lots and our 18-month old was not old enough to enjoy all the kids stuff and activities at Adventures. Bathrooms were simple but clean and adequate, had hot water and pressure and there were several of them around. There was sand volleyball, a basketball court, horseshoes, a simple small playground, but that's about it, and they weren't fabulous. Looking a little work down in general. But if you like large comfortable lots over amenities and activities, this is your campground. Lots along the tree line or along the river are roomy and very nice, but not quite as big as the ones toward the interior (which are enormous), but a bit more private. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $38.00
This is a very nice campground. We were in a pull through site with full-hookups. The pull through site was a little different as you are parallel to the access road. This is a very popular campground. We stayed through the weekend and were surprised it was still full in Sunday evening. It was very quiet and clean. The commissary was nice-nicely stocked and they serve ice cream! The only issue is you can not get any TV reception as you are basically in a valley. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $18.00
Golden Buckeye card discount makes this camping experience even better. We live near this area, but never really gave the State Park a try until this year. Wow, were we surprised and impressed. Clean..big lots (full hook up)great reservation list and site descriptions. Lots to do in this area. Canoeing, hiking, tubing in the river, fishing, and other activities outside if you want. Swimming pool was clean...not great..not deep but great for the grandkids. Lots of area to bike ride. Just a great place to visit, relax, and enjoy. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2009 - $28.00
Large park with a lot of hiking trails in the heart of Mohican country. There are no frills as this is a state park. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2009 - $37.00
I would have given a "10" if the price had been a little more reasonable. Great facilities, great location, lots to do, and you are in Amish Country. Come and enjoy, but make a reservation! We camped at Mohican State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $35.00
We love this park because of the area. It is natural and really pretty. It is a very peaceful and restful. You do have to make reservations in advance to get the site you want and the dates. We go there sometimes twice a year. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2008 - $36.00
This is a very nice place to camp and home base while enjoying the nearby Amish country shops and beautiful Ohio countryside. Will definitely return next year. We camped at Mohican State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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