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River Run Family Campground
is nestled on the banks of the beautiful Black Fork and Clear Fork Rivers which form the Mohican River, in Loudonville, Ohio.
Open May – October
All Reservations must be made online at the link below and paid in full. Reservations are open for 2024
Book Your Campsite
2024 online camping reservations will open on November 1st. (If booking states “Call to Book” may mean section is full.
Large Shaded Riverside Sites, Shaded Inland Lots, Level Sites for RVs, Water & Electric, Hot Showers (fee), Picnic Table, Flush Toilets, Fire Ring, Dump Station, Playground, Pavilion, Camp Store, Lodge Area, Swimming Pool, Game Room, Basketball Court, Sand Volleyball, Canoe Pick-Up for Campers
River Run Canoe Livery
2 Locations to Better Serve You
Location #1: 200 Yards North of River Run Family Campground on Wally Road (CR 3175)
Location #2: on State Route 3 less than a 1/2 mile North of Mohican State Park
River Run RV Park.
River Run is happy to announce its new expansion to our campground. This will include a full hookup RV park located just across the road from River Run Campground. More information under the RV Park Tab. We are full for the 2023 camping season.
For more information please call (419)-994-5257
Fun Fact – Our Pay Showers
Something we hear a lot and read about in our reviews is people are really surprised about the pay showers at River Run Family Campground. Water conservation, preventing river pollution and EPA regulations are the main reasons for our coin operated showers.
According to the EPA River Run Family Campground is a Transient Non-Community Water System (TNCWS): A public water system that provides water in a place such as a gas station or campground where people do not remain for long periods of time and we are subject to EPA rules.
We are not located near a municipal water supply so we have a septic system. The showers are one place that water can easily be wasted and over fill the septic system causing ground leakage. The leakage or pollution would flow directly into the Blackfork and Clearfork Rivers. The EPA required us to install a coin operated water control system for the showers to prevent this. These units put a stop to excessive water usage as well as preserving hot water for the next guest.
You can always get quarters at the main office.