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  • Family Vacation

    "My siblings, myself and our families spent the week. The house was very spacious, clean and had plenty of furniture, we were by no means crowded. It was great to have fires by the lake in the evening. Wished the lake had been warmer but we saw some beautiful sunsets. We all enjoyed ourselves, nice to be close to the wineries for the adults and the adventure zone for the kids. We all agreed we would like to do again next year!! Thank you for opening your home to us!!"
    Guest: Chris Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014
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  • Magical Winter Hide-away!

    "A perfect getaway for the two of us and our dog. The cabin is beautifully decorated and is immaculate! I mean CLEAN,CLEAN, CLEAN! We couldn't have found a better place to "hole-in" for a few days while the snow was flying. It is secluded enough to feel peaceful and alone, yet not too far off the beaten path. All the comforts of home without having to drag everything with you. We enjoyed the hot tub in the snow and frigid temperatures, complete with ice in our hair! Cozied up to a fire for two days, dreamed, watched TV, and basically just chilled. Having stayed during the winter months, can't vouch for the warm and dry seasons for activities, but would venture to say it is amazing. This place has to be stunning in the fall. The manager was very courteous, helpful and a pleasure to work with. Would definitely stay again."
    Guest: Happily Retired Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 18, 2015
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  • Will rent again !!!

    "We had a girl’s getaway weekend at the house and we would rent this home again. It was off season so area was very quiet and we enjoyed the loft feel of the house to just hang out. It in a central location to zip up to Port Clinton and even take the car ferry to South Bass island for lunch at Put in Bay. Kitchen had everything we needed, furnishings hip/contemporary and the linens were clean. The VIEWS were the best part of this home and location, Sunrises were amazing !! The homeowner was very responsive if we had any questions prior to our arrival and we hope to make this an annual getaway."
    Guest: Debra P. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 24, 2015
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  • Great location

    "This was a great place to stay....very close to the ferry to Put-in-Bay."
    Guest: Jackie Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014
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Mohican State Park Travel Tips

Mohican State Park Vacation Rentals Are Conveniently Located

Mohican State Park is over 1,100 acres of recreation area within the 4,795 acres of Mohican National Forest. It is conveniently located just a 90-minute drive from Columbus Ohio, with its international airport. By car, it is within easy access of Interstate 71, US Highway 250 and sits on State Route 3. Mohican State Park lodging here is perfect for a vacation in a tranquil forest setting.

Mohican State Park Vacation Houses in an Historic Hunting Ground

Mohican State Park vacation rentals are in a region of wonderful natural beauty. Long ago, the park was a hunting ground for Delaware Indians. The forests around these homes are full of buckeye, dogwood, sycamore and willow. Higher up on the ridges are a variety of oaks, white pine and red maple. Wildlife lovers will enjoy watching for fox, possum, white tailed deer and raccoons, and reptiles such as black rat snake and box turtles. There are also salamanders, grey tree frogs and toads that children will enjoy hunting for. Here, also wild turkeys are found in increasing numbers and if visitors are very lucky, they may even see a bald eagle.

Attractions such as the Wolf Creek/Pine Run Grist Mill welcome visitors for tours. The mill dates from 1831 and sits next to Pine Run stream. The mill is currently being restored. At Malabar Farm State Park, visitors can tour the home of author Louis Bromfield who farmed this area and take a wagon tour of the farm. Fowler Woods State Nature Preserve, off State Route 13, is a variety of swamp forest and beach-maple forest. It is particularly beautiful in spring, with an incredible display of spring flowers. Visitors here are welcome to canoe the river and, in winter, it offers downhill skiing.

Other attractions nearby include the Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center. This center offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about the history and way of life maintained by the Amish and Mennonites in this area. It is worth visiting to see the 265-foot "in the round" mural featuring the traditional life of both. There is also Biblewalk, a wax museum with life-size waxworks of biblical scenes. The Cleo Redd Fisher Museum features collections of porcelain and memorabilia. It also features locally produced antique rifles. Visitors will also enjoy the 10-mile long drive of the Wally Road Scenic Byway.

There Are Many Trails to Explore in Mohican State Park

There are many trails surrounding Mohican State Park vacation houses. The Lyons Fall Trail is a two-mile, easy route which follows Clear Fork Gorge where the main features of the trail are two wonderful waterfalls. There are several short, one-mile hikes, such as Songbird, Grist Mill and the North Rim. Those seeking a more challenging hike will want to try Hemlock Gorge which is a tough two miles but worth the effort to explore the wooden bridge. Two multi-purpose trails allow both bikers and hikers. These are the Mountain Bike trail and Hog Hollow. Equestrians will enjoy the bridle trails set aside for them. Among these are Grouse, Pine Run and the Snowmobile trails. To enjoy getting onto the water, visitors should go to the Clearfork of Mohican River, which is known as one of the best rivers for canoeing in the state. Anglers with an Ohio fishing license will enjoy the Mohican River for its variety of bass, bluegill, carp, catfish and crappie.

Mohican State Park Lodging Has Delightful Properties in a Stunning Region

Mohican State Park vacation rentals in the Mohican National Forest are delightful properties. Each comes with extras that make a home. In these properties, visitors will make themselves feel comfortable with luxuries such as fully equipped laundry areas, full entertainment systems, fully equipped kitchens, BBQs and decks or patio areas, and much more. Even the family dog is welcomed in many properties.

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