COLUMBUS - 

State Senator Larry Obhof (R-Medina) announced today the approval of nearly $800,000 in funding to enhance recreational opportunities for guests at the Mohican State Park Lodge.

The funding will go to improvements at the State Park's lodge and guest areas to provide increased dining, lodging, and recreational opportunities including the indoor and outdoor pools.

"The Mohican State Park provides the families of the 22nd District -- and visitors from across the state and the nation -- with tremendous recreational opportunities," said Obhof. "These improvements will enhance the experience of visitors at the Mohican Lodge as they enjoy all the park has to offer."

The Mohican Lodge, first opened in 1974, is in need of major renovations to its original infrastructure to ensure that the park continues to offer guests a high-quality recreational experience. The funds were approved by the State Controlling Board today as requested by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

The project is to be completed by the end of July 2016.

 
 
 
  
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