If I were to have visited the 1,110-acre Mohican State Park and the 4,525-acre State Forest in Ohio during the heart of tourist season (April through October), my kids and I would have played putt-putt and ziplined at Mohican Adventures, or went canoeing along the Mohican River with Loudonville Canoe Livery. Then maybe we’d have visited the past at Wolf Creek Pine Run Grist Mill, or taken a dip at Pleasant Hill Lake Park, and gone horseback riding along Bridle Trail. Malabar Farm State Park was another stop we hoped to visit, but available times prohibited us. And If my children were old enough, we would have ziplined and scaled ladders at Tree Frog Canopy Tours (Must be at least 10). Since we were visiting during November, it meant we spent an abundance of time exploring the forest, and that was perfectly fine with us.
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