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Natural features you'll find at Mohican Campground.
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Dispersed camping is allowed, and in my opinion, is the best, along with "park and pack" sites. But there are also primitive camp sites at the campground, with toilets near by, as well as RV and electric sites. Lots of hiking trails, mountain biking trails and equestrian trails. If you want some off the beaten path, longer, more challenging hikes, I'd suggest using the bike paths or the horse trails, just be respectful to others. Yield to bikers and horses, speak a friendly hello to riders and their mounts, so that they aren't afraid of you ( trust me I ride horses and sometimes they think your giant backpack and trekking poles will eat them).
We camped here for 3 nights last summer. Mohican State Park is kind of spread out in the state forest. There's good hiking, tubing down the creek & a picturesque covered bridge with a picnic area. The falls are a little sparse in August, but we still had a good time hiking.
The campground has over 150 electric sites. There are cottages too. Flush toilets are scattered all over the campground, while the main shower
house is by the pool. There's laundry facilities also.
The best sites are by the creek. We had site 78, which had a partial view of the creek. The best sites were : 86, 100, & 142. Large, & right on the creek. Reservations are a must, especially during the summer. It was pretty crowded when we were there.