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Mohican Adventures Canoe, Camp, Cabins & Fun Center offers the best in family entertainment.

After a day on the water play a round of golf or go for a quick race on the go-kart track. Afterwards, return to your cabin or campsite for a peaceful evening of relaxing.

Our Mohican Country setting fills your vacation with as much adventure or relaxation as you wish. Take a Mohican River adventure or relax your day away in the hot tub of a Super Log cabin surrounded by Mohican Beauty. There’s fun and excitement waiting for you at Mohican Adventures Canoe, Camp, Cabins & Fun Center.

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Today's River Condition

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  • Green – Ideal Conditions

    IDEAL CONDITIONS

  • GREEN - IDEAL CONDITIONS
    Everyone must have proper size life jacket. Children 10 and under and non-swimmers must wear life jacket.

    GREEN-YELLOW - CAUTION
    Must be experienced, no non-swimmers, no coolers, life jackets must be worn. Children 10 and under must go in rafts. No tube rentals.

    YELLOW - EXTREME CAUTION
    Rafts only. Lifejackets must be worn. Minimum 18 years of age. All rentals at discretion of Mohican Adventures.

    RED - NO RENTALS

    *Water levels are controlled by the Army Corps of Engineers and may change rapidly.

    Our Most Recent News Entry

    What Boat Type is Right for You? – Canoe Feature

    July 2nd, 2016 | The Mohican Adventures Team

    *Part 4 of our 4-part series on which boat type is right for you! Today’s feature is on CANOES.*

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    There’s a reason canoes are “what started it all” and continue to be the most rented boat style offered. They’re convenient to steer, can comfortably sit two or fit up to a family of four (2 adults & 2 small children), and have the space and design to carry all your belongings, including hard-sided coolers and pets. These flat-bottomed boats offer decent stability while also being streamlined to steer around obstacles or race down the river. In a nutshell, these boats are the go-to choice for paddlers both new and experienced. 

    Canoe considerations: Canoes can tip, especially if occupants lean too far the wrong way or you hit objects with force. If you have small children, you may want to consider a raft. These boats also only offer 2 seats, so be prepared for middle occupants to sit on the floor (don’t worry – they’re flat bottomed) or bring a cooler or short lounge chair for the center of the boat.

    What Boat Type is Right for You? – Tube Feature

    July 1st, 2016 | The Mohican Adventures Team

    *Part 3 of our 4-part series on which boat type is right for you! Today’s feature is on TUBES.*

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    I’m a tuber! Nothing is more fun to me than sitting and floating peacefully down the Mohican River for an entire day. Tubes keep me cool on a summer day as I can keep my hands & feet in the water and easily hop on and off to take a dip. I’ve enjoyed weekday trips where I’ve sat back and let the river carry all my worries away, much like it does all the work and carries me downstream. I’ve also gone with a big group of friends on the weekend for a busy day on the river, stopping at the snack shops, swimming around deeper pockets of the river, and holding onto each other making a tube snake down the river. If you want to just sit back and let the river do the work, a tube is the boat for you! They are also the cheapest option at $15/tube for the 7-mile river trip.

    Tube considerations: These boats are slow! Tubes take an average of 4-6 hours depending on water levels, so planning ahead for a full day on the river is key. On busy river days, you may also feel like an obstacle for other faster boats to paddle around. Many guests will purchase an additional tube for a cooler. Remember your own rope to tie your cooler tube to your own.

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