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In northwest Ohio, just a stone’s throw from the magnificent Mohican State Park and Forest, Loudonville is an excellent place to search for an RV in Ashland County. Not only will you have a great range of recreational activities, but you’ll have the opportunity to get involved in some of Ashland County’s local events.

Rent an RV between the spring and autumn to get active on hiking and biking routes. Wake up early to spot wildlife or take your kids swimming in a nearby lake. Alternatively, plan your vacation in the snowy season to explore ski routes and warm up with hot local foods.

As the "biggest, little village" in the Mohican Country, Loudonville is blessed with low-key charm. It’s easy to reach too. Just hop on State Routes 3, 39, or 60 and pick up your camper rental in Loudonville.

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The Great Outdoors

You could begin your vacation by taking the best RV rental from Loudonville northeast to Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Situated between the cities of Akron and Cleveland, the park is a haven for native flora and fauna. Walking on some of the 125 miles of scenic hiking trails, you’re likely to spot a number of wildflowers such as the Canadian goldenrod and the New England aster. This woodland area is also home to a variety of birdlife, amphibians, and land mammals. Mountain biking, kayaking, and picnicking are other popular activities at Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Within a half-hour's drive of Loudonville, you can reach the Mohican State Park and a 4,500-acre state forest. The Mohican Region hosts some of Ohio’s most impressive natural sights, many of which were formed during the Ice Age 12,000 years ago. You can make a visit to Wisconsinan, the last remaining glacier in the state, or head to the bluff above Clear Fork Gorge. The area is also rich in plants and wildlife. Beeches, red maple, and black oaks are just some of the tree species you can find in the forest. You can also keep an eye out for tree frogs, white-tailed deer, and rare poisonous snakes. There’s no shortage of recreational activities either. The Clear Fork branch of the Mohican River is one of the best spots for canoeing in Ohio. Hiking and biking are popular too, and you can even reach the park's mountain bike trail system via a paved bike route from Loudenville.

If you’re into swimming and boating, then take your Loudonville travel trailer rental to Delaware State Park. Here you can swim from a public beach, rent a motorboat, or launch your own vessel from one of the three launch ramps. The lakeside area also provides five easy hiking routes, which are a great option for families traveling with youngsters.

RV Parks

There are a variety of campgrounds where you can park your RV rental near Loudonville and discover the surrounding area.

One of the closest camping facilities is within Mohican State Park. The family-friendly camping area provides over 30 sites with full hookups and over 150 campsites with electricity. The park's facilities also include showers, restrooms, and a dump station. Alongside Highway 3, you’ll have direct access to hiking trails and water sport activities within a short drive of grocery stores and gas stations in Loudonville.

For an RV park with a wider variety of facilities, you might prefer to rent a motorhome in Loudonville and stay overnight in Butler/Mohican KOA. In addition to usual RV camping facilities, the park provides an on-site swimming pool, outdoor and indoor games, and organized kids' activities.

Another option is Camp Toodik, which is located within five miles of Loudonville. It’s next door to one of the largest Amish settlements in the Midwest and accessible via Highways 39 or 60. The 93-acre site offers a mixture of RV sites with full or partial hookups, all of which have access to restrooms and showers.

Explore the City

Don’t forget to make a trip into town before departing on your Loudonville RV rental adventure. Within the center, you can find a selection of eateries, markets, and specialized stores. There’s also a gas station and supermarket where you can stock up before driving to your RV park.

One point of interest within the city is the Cleo Redd Fisher Museum on East Main Street. The CRF Museum prides itself as a center for research and learning. Here you can find regular exhibitions devoted to the history and traditions of the Mohican Region. Previous exhibitions have included historical photographic displays of the village and a replica workman’s cabin.

The CRF Museum also helps to organize the Loudonville Street Fair, one of the community's most anticipated events. The fair, which has been held annually for over 125 years, takes place during the first week of October. If you rent an RV in Loudonville during this time, make sure you drop by the fair for some local produce and food samples. Throughout the festivities, you can also board the carnival rides or enjoy live music and dance demonstrations. The Loudonville Street Fair will certainly be the cultural highlight of a harvest time vacation with a luxury RV rental in Loudonville.

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