Here is one exciting, constructive way to get together with friends and family, without breaking the bank!
There is an experience on Wally Road like no other place on earth! Get close to nature, come closer together with your family.
Have you ever seen an eagle fly?
Andy Miller offers visitors easy access to nature through the Mohican River Inn. As its new owner, Miller is breathing new life into the compound through extensive renovations. In the heartland of camp ground accommodations, the Mohican River Inn is one of only two lodging facilities on Loudonville’s Wally Road Scenic By-Way.
“Getting in touch with nature should be fun and easy,” said Miller. “Once you arrive, your hardest decision should be what to do first: go hiking, canoeing or horseback riding?
The Mohican River Inn was built in 1984 with cedar logs shipped from the West and constructed by local Amish craftsmen. The sturdy structure sits in the sandstone bedrock of the Mohican hills above the beautiful Mohican River Valley.
This inn is situated on 45 wooded acres which are covered by rustic trails. These trails will continue to be developed throughout the coming years in order to share the beauty of the woodland wildflowers, the shade of the oak and maple trees, and the chance to see the occasional deer, mink or fox…and more recently, the bald eagle!
The hills are rich in Native American history and Andy looks forward to sharing with you the stories collected about the area. Perhaps he can sit with you by the fire pit one evening.
It is Andy’s goal to operate in the most environmentally friendly way possible. His values are integrity, being a good neighbor in his community, enjoyment of nature, and good stewardship of the natural environment.
Hope your experience at Mohican River Inn is ‘great’, and that you will return to participate in the development of the property by Andy Miller, as it is transformed over the next several months and years.