Loudonville is a village in Ashland and Holmes counties in the U.S. state of Ohio. The population was 2,641 at the 2010 census. Loudonville is nicknamed the "Canoe Capital of Ohio" for the many canoe liveries along the Mohican River. It is also home to Mohican State Park and Mohican-Memorial State Forest and Landoll's Mohican Castle.
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5 based on 348 reviews
Northern Ohio's FIRST zipline canopy tour is located right in the heart of Mohican Country. Our tour includes 7 ziplines, 2 skybridges and 2 rappels! You'll be soaring at heights up to 120 ft, zipping lengths up to 1,100 ft at top speeds of 52MPH! Our rappels are no joke either, at 50 and 60 ft they're the highest rappels in the state. This tour is a must-do for all active adventurists! For more information on our tour please visit our Web site.
I loved the guides, Alexis and Nate. They were knowledgeable, told cheesy jokes, and put me at ease on the course. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone up for the challenge. Happy to check off this item from my bucket list.Who doesn't love cheesy jokes?! Thanks for coming out and zipping with us Robin and for taking the time to leave a review! Glad we were able to help you check this off the bucket list!
4.5 based on 183 reviews
Cabin 24. This cabin has just been redone. 15' to the water. Has a large deck AND a large screened in porch. Fire ring was in excellent condition. Satellite TV worked great. (STO -Cleveland Indian network) If you like to float down a lazy river, this is the location. You should have 2 vehicles to park at the pick up end. Buy your tubes at Wal-Mart before you come for $6.97 instead of $17.00 at the camp store. Great little weekend getaway.
4 based on 55 reviews
Let me start out by saying this sort of experience is not for everyone, we went on a Saturday and when I say the river was packed I mean a virtual armada of canoes, rafts and kyats!, literally a thousand people on the river at one time! We went with a group of 35 ranging in age from 6 to 60 and really had a good time!,... BUT, if your the kind of person who is not at home with semi rowdy rednecks drinking beer laughing, hoot'n and hollering and raising a little good natured hell, like shooting folks with giant water guns from other boats and from campers on shore (one dude on shore had a giant fake spider hanging from a tree over the river connected to his fishing pole dropping it on unsuspecting passers by!,.. I thought it was hilarious!) then this might not be your cup of tea! But on the other hand if your an easy going good natured sort of folk, (wouldn't hurt to have a little red neck in ya) that doesn't insist on having Grey Poupon on your burger and can handle a little "colorful language" then you might just have a blast!, We did!
5 based on 15 reviews
Having another birthday( one of many) approaching I decided it was time to hit the horse trail one more time. My niece's birthday happened to be the day we scheduled our ride. So the birthday girls climbed atop our mounts and enjoyed a very pleasant ride through the wood. The young girls that accompanied us were very charming and informative. We saw four fawns along the way. The horses were well trained and the stables were very clean. I highly recommend the Triple M for your riding experience.
5 based on 7 reviews
Passed through Loudonville on way to Holmes County, saw the museum was open, and decided to stop. Admission is free (donations accepted), so I wouldn't be out any time or money if it wasn't worth it. I'm glad I went in because for a small local museum they did an excellent job of preserving and interpreting the history of the area. There were historical scenes. weapons, quilts, and a special exhibit of high quality wood carvings ( carousel animals and wildlife) by a local artist. Inventor and industry titan Charles Kettering (electric starter) was from Loudonville. He held more patents than anyone except Thomas Edison (also from Ohio- you can tour his birthplace in Milan). Loudanville was also the home of Excl bus company until it was a victim of corporate mergers and folded in 1993.
4 based on 20 reviews
Perfect location downtown. They offer all flotation devices from tubes and kayaks to canoes and big group rafts. Mohican Adventures offers all the same but costs a little more and is reluctant to put out tubes if the river is high. LCL was great for both tubing and kayaking. Definitely recommend LCL for your river adventures.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
It is worth a short stop at this historic grist mill where flour was once ground. Very cool getting to see how things were done in the past. There is also a historic log cabin on the grounds, as well as some farm buildings. They are currently building a "new" log cabin from salvaged beams from old area cabins. I believe this property is generally open on the weekends - check out their website for hours. It will only take you about an hour to get through and is right near Loudonville, so it is an easy stop. Note that it is run by volunteers, so do not expect this place to be a posh, restored historic site. There are a lot of interesting machines inside the mill building that are lacking signage - maybe a volunteer will someday put signs on those so that visitors will know what they are all for.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
My husband and I search out authentic Native American shops when we travel. We are usually disappointed because the shops tend to sell tacky items or items that claim to be Native American but were actually manufactured overseas.
This store is the real deal. They have hand crafted jewelry, trinkets, blankets and so much more. The prices were excellent, not jacked up at all.
Additionally, the women working in the store were very friendly and helpful.
4 based on 5 reviews
We went for an evening of entertainment provided by Matt Young. You could enjoy their wine and order wood fired pizza from a truck. A cozy and friendly place to past some time. The parking situation is not the best if a large number is present . Cost average $4 glass and $18 a bottle
5 based on 3 reviews
Take a trip back in time to the 1830's as yo embark on a one hour guided haunted history tour of Heyd cemetery. Learn about the early pioneers of the castle property and the mischievous things they do to the current visitors. During the last 15 minutes of the tour you will attempt to communicate with the spirts that call Landoll's Mohican Castle Home!
One of the best tours I've been on. The land and buildings are beautiful. The tour was filled with great historical information and plenty of energy to keep you entertained. If you're a non-believer in the paranormal, the history is rich and informative. If you're a believer, you'll walk away having experienced one of the most active sites in Ohio. The tour is simply a "must do" if you're visiting the area!
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