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Frequently Asked Questions


GENERAL   –   CAMPGROUND & CABINS   –   CANOE LIVERY & FUN CENTER



  1. Why stay at Mohican Adventures instead of somewhere else?

    Besides all that Mohican Adventures has to offer such as an indoor swimming pool and hot tub, a lake and pond stocked for fishing, hiking and biking trails, canoe livery, mini golf, go-karts, 3 playgrounds, sand volleyball court, basketball court, planned activity director, peddle boats, conference center and our modern facilities and site accommodations like our shower house with hot running water and clean, flush toilets, 30/50 amp RV sites with electricity and water, wooded and open field tent sites, and a picnic table and fire ring at every site and cabin, all in the middle of Mohican Country’s beautiful landscape… the real reason to stay at Mohican Adventures comes from our staff! Our staff wants you to come visit us and is anticipating making this family vacation or group outing the best you’ve ever had! We pride ourselves in being the most customer friendly and customer serving vacation destination in the area. Back to top

  2. Where is Mohican Adventures located?

    Mohican Adventures is located about a mile and a half South of Loudonville. The Canoe Livery and Fun Center is at 3045 State Route 3 South, Loudonville, Ohio 44842. The Campground and Cabins is at 3058 State Route 3 South, Loudonville, Ohio 44842. If using a GPS, some systems take “Ohio 3” as the road name. We’re 20 miles from Interstate 71, directly between Cleveland and Columbus. Click HERE for directions! Back to top

  3. Are gift certificates available?

    Gift certificates are available in any denomination. Purchase gift certificates in person or over the phone. Back to top

  4. Do we need reservations for camping, lodging, or river trips?

    Camping: We recommend reservations for weekends, especially from Memorial weekend to Labor Day weekend. Weekdays do not require a reservation, but they are recommended so that you may reserve your favorite site number and that we can expect your company. Click HERE to reach our online reservation page

    Cabins: Yes, we recommend a reservation in advance for all cabins, weekends and weekdays. Our cabins are available to book a year in advance of the reservation date.

    River Trips: We do recommend reservations for large groups (25+) visiting on weekdays or in our off-season. Weekend trips are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Back to top

  5. What job opportunities are available at Mohican Adventures and how do I apply?

    Most of our employment opportunities are for seasonal help during the summer, while some positions may be open from spring to fall. To apply, simply stop by Mohican Adventures to fill out an application or email or call us with your address to send you a copy. Back to top


GENERAL  –  CAMPGROUNDS & CABINS   –   CANOE LIVERY & FUN CENTER


  1. When is the campground open?
  2. What does it take to reserve a site or cabin?
  3. Are showers available and what do they cost?
  4. What time is check-in and check-out?
  5. What form of payments does Mohican Adventures accept?
  6. What time is quiet time and why is there a quiet time?
  7. Are late check-ins available?
  8. Why aren’t late check-ins available?
  9. Can you put tents on a cabin site?
  10. Do you need 4-wheel drive to get to all your tent sites? Can I make it up the 4-wheel drive area in my car?
  11. Are there group rates or discounts given on cabins?
  12. What should I bring?
  13. Do you have a visitors’ fee?
  14. Why are non-camping guests charged a fee to visit us?
  15. Are there tent sites or cabins available on the river?
  16. What comes on the sites?
  17. Where is everything located in your park?
  18. Is there internet access in the park?
  19. Is there cell-phone service in the park?
  20. Can I reserve online?
  21. Can I reserve specific sites?
  22. May we put more people in cabins than the cabin occupancy says and just bring sleeping bags?
  23. How many people can stay on a campsite?
  24. Where is propane available?
  25. What is the refund or cancellation policy?
  26. Is there drinking water near tent sites?
  27. When is the busiest time of the season?
  28. Am I allowed to bring my dog?
  29. Is firewood available? Can we bring it from home?
  30. Are there places to fish and do I need a fishing license?
  31. Can we use rafts or tubes in the pool?
  32. How are the hot tubs taken care of?
  33. Are the bugs bad there?
  34. Where should we keep our food and belongings while camping?
  35. Can I put a boat on Mohican Adventures’ lake?
  36. Can we come into the park and use your pool without staying in your park?
  37. Is alcohol allowed in the park?
  38. Are golf-carts, ATVs or 4-wheelers allowed in the park?
  39. Are there church services available at the campground or in the area?
  40. Are campfires allowed?
  41. Does Mohican Adventures have seasonal campsites?
  42. What camping club cards or discounts does Mohican Adventures accept?
  43. Are there hiking and biking trails from Mohican Adventures?
  44. What restaurants are nearby?
  45. Is there an ATM at the campground?
  46. Are there laundry facilities at the campground?
  47. In case of severe weather, is there a safe place to go?


  1. When is the campground open?

    The campground is open from April to November (Click HERE to reach our online reservation page). Water will be turned on in the RV sections and primitive cabins depending on weather and outside temperature. Water is turned off October 31st for some cabins and all RV sites. Back to top

  2. What does it take to reserve a site or cabin?

    To reserve a campsite you must be at least 18 years of age. To reserve a cabin you must be at least 21 years of age. A reservation deposit is required and sites or cabins will not be held without a deposit. Deposits can be made with a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover card. Back to top

  3. Are showers available and what do they cost?

    We have modern shower houses available to our guests only that are open 24/7. They are FREE! We do not charge you to stay here and then expect you to pay to shower. We recommend not staying anywhere that does. Back to top

  4. What time is check-in and check-out?

    Check-in for camping sites is after 2:00 pm. Cabin check-in starts at 5:00 pm. Check-out is by 12:00 NOON. Back to top

  5. What form of payments does Mohican Adventures accept?

    We require our deposits to be made at the time of reservation on a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover card. At check-in, guests may pay by one of the above credit cards or with cash. We do not accept personal checks. Back to top

  6. What time is quiet time and why is there a quiet time?

    Quiet time is from 11:00 pm to 7:00 am. This means no loud music, singing, or hollering during this time. You can still be awake and enjoying the outdoors, you just have to also be courteous to others. There is a quiet time to make sure that everyone is enjoying their stay at Mohican Adventures. Back to top

  7. Are late check-ins available?

    Check-ins must be in by 11:00 pm. There are no late check-ins after that. If you are arriving after 11:00 pm, you may check in the following morning when the office opens. Cabins keys will not be left at cabins. Back to top

  8. Why aren’t late check-ins available?

    There are many reasons why late check-ins are not allowed. The two biggest reasons are for liability and guest happiness. As with most things in life nowadays, there are forms to be signed and passes to be given. With customers coming in late, we can not ensure that the proper paperwork is signed and passes administered. Other customers who have already checked in find late check-ins disturbing. Parking an RV or finding a campsite and setting up a tent after dark can be difficult, noisy and agitating. This is why we do not allow late check-ins past our quiet time. Back to top

  9. Can you put tents on a cabin site?

    Tents near cabins are prohibited as they can be a fire hazard. The cabin area is not zoned for tent camping by us or the Fire Marshall. Back to top

  10. Do you need 4-wheel drive to get to all your tent sites? Can I make it up the 4-wheel drive recommended area in my car?

    Most of our tent sites (including wooded and open field) do not require 4-wheel drive to get to them. However, we do have two 4-wheel drive recommended areas in our tent section (Eagle’s Nest and Buzzard Roost). While cars and 2-wheel drive trucks have reached most of these in the past, we do not recommend trying to get to these sites without 4-wheel drive. Especially with reserving sites ahead of time, the weather cannot be predicted and rain can make these areas tricky to navigate through. Mohican Adventures clearly indicates 4-wheel drive roads and is not responsible for damages to vehicles trying to make it up these areas. Back to top

  11. Are there group rates or discounts given on cabins?

    We give discounted rates on cabins during weekdays along with a discounted weekly rate. We do not give additional discounts on cabins, including for large groups. By staying with us, you do receive a 15% discount off of the River Trips, Fun Center, and the FAMILY FUN & ADVENTURE PACKAGES, along with discounts at over 15 area businesses that honor our guests. Back to top

  12. What should I bring?

    We’ve done most of the planning for you. Visit our webpage HERE to see some of the things that most people desire when visiting Mohican Adventures, but sometimes forget to bring. Remember, our camp store has a lot of the things you may have forgot when packing! Back to top

  13. Do you have a visitors’ fee?

    We do have a visitors’ fee of $9.00 a day for anyone 16 years and older, and $5.00 a day for youth 15 years and younger and senior citizens. Visitors have to register at the campground office before entering the park and receive their passes before entry is permitted. Visitor passes will only be issued to those visiting a registered camper or cabin renter. Visitors receive all the same discounts as guests, including 15% off river trips and Family Fun & Adventure Packages. Back to top

  14. Why are non-camping guests charged a fee to visit us?

    You, as a camper, have paid to use our facilities. Visitors also use them, which creates additional costs & liabilities and also overcrowding for our paying customers. In order to not raise prices for the additional costs on everyone, we’ve implemented the visitor fee so that prices stay low and visitors are still allowed in the park. Back to top

  15. Are there tent sites or cabins available on the river?

    We do not have riverfront tent or RV sites. However, we do have some tent sites along our creek and RV sites along the creek and lake. We have four cabins along the river. They are Frye’s Riverside A-frames and the Riverside Ranch Houses (Click HERE to reach our online reservation page). You get the beautiful scenery of Mohican wherever you stay in our park. Back to top

  16. What comes on the sites?

    Each camping site and cabin comes with a picnic table and fire ring. All cabins also come with a charcoal grill. RV sites come full service with 30/50 amp electricity, water, and sewer. We also offer a number of electric tent sites (site numbers 437-449 and the 700s). A dump station is also location on the grounds. Back to top

  17. Where is everything located in your park?

    Our campground is very large, but most activities are within walking distance from all of our sites. Please view our CAMPGROUND MAP to see where everything is. Back to top

  18. Is there internet access in the park?

    We now offer FREE WI-FI thoughout the main park! Wi-Fi signals can be temperamental and are affected by high usage. We recommend using our Wi-Fi for checking email or getting information on what our area has to offer. Streaming videos and uploading photos can take awhile on our signal and also take time away from your vacation. Back to top

  19. Is there cell-phone service in the park?

    Mohican Adventures is tucked into a beautiful valley, meaning that cell-phone service is very touchy. Verizon-Wireless gets the best signal in our area. However, people with other providers have been able to find signal by standing on the flat rock on the left hand side at the end of our drive. Back to top

  20. Can I reserve online?

    Yes! Click HERE to reach our online reservation page. Back to top

  21. Can I reserve specific sites?

    Yes! We do reserve specific sites for guests on a first come, first reserved basis. Mohican Adventures does have the right to change your site if need be. This ONLY happens if the site is damaged in some way and benefits the customer by moving them. We will try to notify you ahead of time if your site needs changed. Back to top

  22. May we put more people in cabins than the cabin occupancy says and just bring sleeping bags?

    Our cabin occupancies are not merely suggestions. They are set by State Fire Marshalls and Health Marshalls and are required to not be violated by our insurance. All guests must be registered and accounted for by the campground office. If occupancies are violated, guests will be asked to leave without refund. Back to top

  23. How many people can stay on a campsite?

    We have a 4 adult and 4 children maximum occupancy on our sites. Ask your reservationist when booking how to best utilize site requirements and space. Back to top

  24. Where is propane available?

    Propane can be found at the Mohican RV center just north of our park. Turn left out of our drive and take the 1st road on the left. Stakes Shortstop next-door to us exchanges tanks. Back to top

  25. What is the refund or cancellation policy?

    Cabins must be cancelled 30 days prior to arrival date in order to be refunded, minus a $30.00 per cabin cancellation fee. Camping sites must cancel a week in advanced of arrival date in order to receive refund, minus a $10.00 per site cancellation fee. There are no refunds given after these dates or after check-in. Camping is an outdoor experience and we do not give refunds for early departures due to weather or any other reason. Back to top

  26. Is there drinking water near tent sites?

    Tent sites do not come with water on site, but water is available on your way to your tent site, along with at the shower house. Back to top

  27. When is the busiest time of the season?

    Our busy season is between Memorial Day and Labor Day, with the end of June until the middle of August being our busiest. We recommend coming during the week if you’d like to miss the crowd. Back to top

  28. Am I allowed to bring my dog?

    Dogs are allowed in our campground, but not in most of our cabins or any public buildings inside the campground. Pets are allowed in our Frye’s Riverside A-frames for an additional $50.00 per pet per stay. Pets are no charge in our camping section as long as they are kept under control, tied up, cleaned up after, and not left unattended. Campers who receive complaints about their dogs barking will be asked to leave. Violations will result in a charge. Back to top

  29. Is firewood available? Can we bring it from home?

    Firewood is available in the campground store during operating hours. You may bring firewood from home, but we ask that you do not bring Ash to help stop the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer. See www.ohioagriculture.gov/eab for details on the Ash Borer. Back to top

  30. Are there places to fish and do I need a fishing license?

    Our campground has a lake and pond to fish in. These have bluegill, bass, brown trout, carp, and catfish in them. You do not need a fishing license to fish on Mohican Adventures property. Fishing here is catch and release. There are also great places to fish in the Mohican area, including the Covered Bridge and Pleasant Hill Lake and Dam. To fish in areas in the Mohican State Park, you do need a fishing license. Back to top

  31. Can we use rafts or tubes in the pool?

    Rafts and tubes are not allowed in the pool as they take up too much room for the other guests. Arm floaties or infant tubs are allowed in the pool. Back to top

  32. How are the hot tubs taken care of?

    The hot tubs are emptied, cleaned, and refilled after each guests’ stay. Chemicals are kept at appropriate levels by our maintenance and pool staff. If there is a problem with your hot tub during your stay, please report it as soon as possible to the office staff so that it may be taken care of in an appropriate manner. The pool and hot tub at the shower house are checked multiple times daily for chemical levels, cleanliness, and the following of pool rules. Back to top

  33. Are the bugs bad there?

    We are within the City Limits of Loudonville and they spray regularly. We also spray around our cabins. Despite our efforts, one of the trade offs of being in such a beautiful, natural setting are sharing it with nature’s own pets, including insects. Insects are normally not bad here though and a light spray of bug spray usually takes care of any discomfort. Back to top

  34. Where should we keep our food and belongings while camping?

    We are a safe and patrolled campground who has not had a history of stolen items, however, we do recommend keeping all valuables locked up and out of sight. Nature’s guests often help themselves to food left out at a campsite. We recommend putting food in vehicles or coolers that lock shut, as our raccoon friends have learned how to open coolers that do not lock. Back to top

  35. Can I put a boat on Mohican Adventures’ lake?

    Our lake is only a 4.5 acre lake. No motorized boats are allowed on the lake (including battery powered motors). You may put a non-motorized boat in the lake such as canoes and kayaks. Life jackets must be worn. Pleasant Hill Lake does have a public launch area for motorized boats that is just a short drive away. Their website is www.pleasanthillmarina.com. Back to top

  36. Can we come into the park and use your pool without staying in your park?

    We’re sorry but only people staying in the park or their visitors are allowed to use our pool. Back to top

  37. Is alcohol allowed in the park?

    Alcohol can be consumed by those of legal age at your site or cabin in moderation. We are within city limits and patrolled regularly by law enforcement officers. Back to top

  38. Are golf-carts, ATVs, 4-wheelers or other motorized vehicles allowed in the park?

    Motorcycles are to be used as primary transportation only and confined to roads. Motorbikes, motor scooters, ATV’s & golf carts are prohibited. Bicycles, rollerblades & roller skates are confined to roads only and are not to be ridden after dark. Back to top

  39. Are there church services available at the campground or in the area?

    We do hold a church service in our park on Sunday mornings from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. Guests may pick up a list of churches and service times in the area at check-in from the office staff. Back to top

  40. Are campfires allowed?

    Campfires are allowed in the provided fire ring. Bonfires are prohibited. Fires must be extinguished before guests go in for the night and must not be left unattended at any times. Fires must be out by 12:30 am. Back to top

  41. Does Mohican Adventures have seasonal campsites?

    Mohican Adventures does not have seasonal campsites. Please visit our local Mohican CVB website for those that do at www.Loudonville-Mohican.com. Back to top

  42. What camping club cards or discounts does Mohican Adventures accept?

    Mohican Adventures is an FMCA park. FMCA members receive 10% off of their stay. We also offer 5% off your stay for members of our military, senior citizens, and AAA members. If you stay 7 nights in our park, you can upgrade your discount to 15% off your stay! Discounts are not valid with any other discounts or in conjunction with each other. Discounts are only valid for RV and Tent Camping. No Discounts on Cabin Rentals. Click HERE to reach our online reservation page. Back to top

  43. Are there hiking and biking trails from Mohican Adventures?

    There are hiking and biking trails that start right here at Mohican Adventures. These include the flat path that leads down to the State Park or into Downtown Loudonville, and also more experienced trails that lead into the State Park mountain bike trails. We do not rent bikes, but your welcome to bring your own. Mountain Bike Trail Map / State Park Map / Malabar Farm MapBack to top

  44. What restaurants are nearby?

    There are excellent restaurants in our area from fine dining to cozy family joints. Trails End Restaurant is next-door to our park, within walking distance, and offers our guests 10% off! Ask the office staff at check-in for a list of restaurants and directions to them, or visit www.loudonville-mohican.com to get a look beforehand. Back to top

  45. Is there an ATM at the campground?

    We do not have an ATM in our campground, but the Marathon gas station next to us does have one. Back to top

  46. Are there laundry facilities at the campground?

    We do not have laundry facilities directly on campground property. However, there is a Laundromat next door to us that is in walking distance. Back to top

  47. In case of severe weather, is there a safe place to go?

    In case of severe weather, such as flooding or tornadoes, our indoor shower house and conference center is the best place to go. The building is ran on a generator in case power should fail and also has no windows or glass doors in most of its rooms. The shower house/conference center is located in the central part of our campground for easy access for all of our guests. Back to top


GENERAL   –   CAMPGROUND & CABINS   –   CANOE LIVERY & FUN CENTER


  1. When is the canoe livery and fun center open?

    The canoe livery is open daily from April 1st to October 31st, depending upon water levels. The fun center is open daily from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend. Call for times and operations out of season. Back to top

  2. Are there any special deals or packages Mohican Adventures offers?

    Mohican Adventures offers 2 great packages to our guests. The Family Fun Package is our most popular package which offers guests their choice between a River Trip or an Aerial Park Pass along with 3 Fun Center Tickets that can be used on any of the Adventure Golf Courses or Go-Kart Tracks. The Adventure Package is for guests who want to take in ALL that our Canoe Livery & Fun Center have to offer. The Adventure Package includes a River Trip, Aerial Park Pass, and 3 Fun Center Tickets! Click HERE for more details. Back to top

  3. What are the differences between the three mini-golf courses?

    The Level Skills Course tests your ability to play the game. Skill comes more into play than luck. The Adventure Course has strategically placed rocks and water hazards where you’ll need some help from Lady Luck. The Grist Mill Challenge course has sand traps, a running water wheel, and challenging holes where skill and luck meet wishes and prayers. Back to top

  4. For what reasons does the canoe livery close?

    The canoe livery closes for high water. We may limit the types of boats or ages of participants if water levels are higher than normal without closing. To check on water levels and what each water level means check the River Conditions section on our homepage. Back to top

  5. Is your stream swift?

    No, it is classified as a Class 1 river, which is as easy as it gets. However, during periods of high water our river can get dangerous due to downed trees and swifter currents. That is why we monitor the river and have restrictions during high water (read above). Back to top

  6. Are dogs allowed coming on canoe trips? Are they allowed in the buses on the way back?

    Dogs are allowed in our canoes. They are not allowed in our rafts. Dogs are to be kept on a short lease and attended to at all times while they are on our property. They are allowed on the buses on the way back, but must be on a leash and controlled. Back to top

  7. Are there any restrictions for children on the river?

    As long as we are in normal water levels, children of all ages are allowed on the river with their parents. As water levels rise, we restrict the ages and watercrafts allowed on the river (check River Conditions on our homepage for daily updates). Children & Non-swimmers must wear their life jackets at all times on the river. Back to top

  8. What is the busiest time of the season?

    Our busy season is between Memorial Day and Labor day, with the end of June until the middle of August being our busiest. We recommend coming during the week if you’d like to miss the crowd. Back to top

  9. Are coolers permitted? Is alcohol allowed on the river?

    We do permit coolers in our watercraft. Hard-sided coolers are not allowed in our rafts and NO Styrofoam coolers are permitted in any boats. No glass bottles are allowed on the river. It is our policy that alcohol and boating do not mix. We have the right to deny rental privileges to any intoxicated person and to refuse transportation in our vehicles as well. The river is patrolled on a regular basis and you can be fined and/or arrested for drinking and littering. Back to top

  10. What time do we have to be off the river by and are there any time restrictions on how long the trip takes?

    Boats must be in by 7:00 pm in-season from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend. Out of season times vary. There is a fee for boats that come in late. The river trip times that we give are estimates. You may take as long as you want to complete the trip, as long as you are in by 7pm. Back to top

  11. Are there places to stop for food and bathrooms on the river trips?

    Our 7-mile canoe trip goes by campgrounds and snack bars. There are usually restrooms or port-a-potties at these locations; however they are often for patrons only so you may have to buy a snack. On the 15-mile trip, you go mainly through woods and cornfields and do not have a place to stop until the last 2 miles of the trip. Back to top

  12. What age must you be to go in a single kayak?

    As long as water levels are normal, a child of any age can go in a kayak with parents’ permission. Parents should keep in mind that our shortest trip is 7-miles and can be quite tiring for children of small ages. Be prepared to have to stop and rest and possibly switch boats with young children kayaking on their own. Children should be kept within eyesight. Remember, kayaks tend to go faster than canoes. Back to top

  13. How do we know where to stop on the river and at what times does Mohican Adventures pick us up?

    The office staff will explain the trip to you and provide you with a river map. Our landings are well marked and say our name, trip mileage, and logo. There is also landing staff at every landing who will make sure you get out fine. Mohican Adventures buses run continuously from our 7-mile pick-up point. The 15-mile trip is bused upstream to the start of your trip at the top and bottom of every hour from opening to 12:30 pm in season. Back to top

  14. Who has to wear lifejackets?

    Children 10 and under and non-swimmers MUST wear their life jackets by Ohio Law. We recommend that everyone wears their lifejackets. Everyone must have a lifejacket in the boat with them. In cases of high water, everyone may be required to wear life jackets at all times throughout the trip. Back to top

  15. Can we bring our own canoe or kayak?

    Due to changes in state regulations, we have made the decision to no longer allow the hauling or launching of private boats from our property. We are very sorry for the inconvenience that this may bring. Back to top

  16. Do we need reservations?

    Most of our activities do not require a reservation. However, we do recommend reservations for large groups coming on weekdays or during our off-season. We operate fully between Memorial Day and Labor Day. We recommend calling us to check availability of activities during our off-season. Weekend trips are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reservations just guarantee you a boat, they do not get you to the front of the launch line. Back to top

  17. Which rivers do you float?

    Our 15-mile trip is on the Blackfork River. Our 7-mile trip starts on the Blackfork, but the Clear Fork River flows into it about 1⁄2 mile down from the start and that is where the Mohican River begins. The Lake Fork also flows into our river on the 7-mile trip. Back to top

  18. What are the restrictions on the Go-Karts?

    To drive on the Family Track you have to be 10 years of age AND 56” tall. Kids ages 3 to 9 can ride with an adult 18 or over in our double karts. The Slick Car track is available to anyone 16 years or older with a valid drivers license. Mohican Adventures has the right to refuse service to anyone who appears under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Bumping, crashing, or reckless driving are means for removal from the track. Back to top

  19. When is the Fun Center open?

    The Fun Center (Mini Golf and Go-Karts) is open from 10am-10pm daily from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The Aerial Adventure Park operates from 10am-6pm daily during our in-season. Appointments can be made during our off-season for the Aerial Park which is open April through October. Call 419-994-4097 to check out of season times. Back to top

  20. What else is offered at Mohican Adventures Canoe and Fun Center?

    We have 3 picnic pavilions that may be reserved for group activities and cookouts. These pavilions accommodate groups of 50-500. We also offer a safety video to be viewed for first-time boaters or for anyone who would like to be refreshed on river safety before going on a river adventure. There is also a small game room at the Go-Kart track. Back to top

  21. Can you get lost on the river? No, you can not get lost on the river, as long as you stay in your boat and follow the river. On our 7-mile trip there are 2 rivers (the Clearfork River and the Lakefork River) that merge with the Blackfork River and create the Mohican River. There are also 2 islands that you will come across during your trip. These are the spots that guests are most unsure about which way to go when paddling. Our advice: follow the flow of the river. Unless you find yourself paddling upstream, you’re going the right way.

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