LOUDONVILLE, Ohio (WCMH) — Even after a weekend filled with wind and rain, the fall colors at Mohican State Park are bright!
Last week, the Ohio Department of Natural resources reported that Mohican was “near peak” in their foliage report. This report comes out every Wednesday, based on the amount of color in the park, many of the trees look like they are reaching their peak.
Some of the best views in the park can be seen from lookout areas and towers.
The 80 foot fire tower was build in 1934. It has been well maintained, but will also give you a workout as you climb the steep steps.
Entry into the state park as well as climbing the tower are free.
More information on which state parks can be found on ODNR’s website: http://fallcolor.ohiodnr.gov.
Fall color doesn’t last long in Ohio, so get out and enjoy it while it lasts!
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