Wolf Creek Grist Mill Events

We have a ¾ mile loop trail to the observation deck above the mill & a bike path/walking trail from the corner of Rt 97 to the Mill.  Our shelter house & mill grounds are available to rent for weddings, graduation parties, reunions, and other special events.  Our outdoor horse arena is also available to rent. To make reservations please contact us.  We host several special event fundraisers throughout the year, please see details below.  

All event proceeds directly benefit the Friends of Wolf Creek Grist Mill non-profit group to continue our preservation & restoration efforts in order to maintain this beautiful piece of history for generations to come.

 




Mohican Wildlife Weekend
April 23-24, 2016

Animals That Travel with Jack Hanna
Saturday, April 23 (3:00pm -4:00pm)
Featuring the Columbus Zoo's "Animals That Travel with Jack Hanna" program that will give you the opportunity to get up close and personal to learn about Jack Hanna's animals. Discover where they're from, what they eat, and possibly touch the birds, reptiles, and a variety of mammals. Bring chairs or blankets for the lawn.

Snakes Of Ohio

Sunday, April 24 (1:00 - 2:00pm)
Probably no animals on Planet Earth have suffered more from human ignorance and superstition than snakes. This is a misapprehension, since most snakes are both docile and fascinating. Only a mere three snake species of the 28 we boast in the Buckeye State are venomous and it’s a very small chance you’ll even encounter such a critter in the wild. Two of the three species are considered state endangered. Face your fears and join snake enthusiasts from the Ohio Division of Wildlife to learn more about these amazing, sssslithery beings. If you’re brave enough, you might even get to touch one!

Nature Oriented Scavenger Hunt
& Kids Activities

Saturday, April 23 & Sunday, April 24 (Noon – 5:00pm)
Hike the steepest trail in the Mohican State Park on this ¾ mile loop trail that follows the ridge above the Mill. Relax with your family on the overlook deck & take in the beautiful views, kids can gather scavenger hunt items along way then turn in their items in at the Welcome Center Cabin to earn a prize! After your hike take advantage of a multitude of free kids nature crafts and activities.

Tour the Mill, Cabins, & Historic Village
Saturday, April 23 & Sunday, April 24 (Noon – 5:00pm)

Tour the 1831 operating grist mill and several early 1800's log cabins and buildings to get a glimpse of what life was like in pioneer times when Ohio was the new Wild Frontier.

Saturday, April 23 Admission:
$3.00 – Ages 21+
$1.00 – Ages 10-20
Under 10 – FREE

Notice: NO outside food, beverages, or coolers permitted on premises during Saturday event.

Sunday, April 24 Admission:
$1.00 – 10 and Up
Under 10 – FREE


For a complete area Mohican Wildlife Weekend Schedule please visit www.mohicanwildlifeweekend.com

 

Winefest

Winefest

If you would like
to volunteer for
this event Click Here

International Wine At The Mill Fundraiser:
Saturday, June 4, 2016. Noon – 11:00pm

Enjoy nearly 100 varieties of International and Ohio wines, domestic beers, live music, and great food!

  • Each adult ticket includes 1 logo wine glass and 10 free wine tasting tickets.
  • Additional wine available for purchase separately by sample tastes, by the glass, or bottle.
  • Beer & food available for purchase separately.
  • Live music throughout the day.

* FREE busing (12 pm - 11pm) to and from the event for patrons staying at any of the 7 sponsorship lodging locations (listed below) *
** Additional bus stop at the public restrooms in Central Park, Downtown Loudonville for FREE local transportation to and from the event **

Admission:

  • $10.00 – All Adults Ages 21+ purchased at the gate on June 6.
    (Must show valid ID)
  • $1.00 Ages 10 - 20
  • Under 10 – FREE

Presale tickets available May 13 - June 3, 2015:
$8.00 – All Adults Ages 21+ Discounted presale tickets available at Lingenfelter Jewelers, Loudonville & Online

Notice: No outside food, beverages, or coolers permitted on premises during event.

EVENT HELD RAIN OR SHINE - LARGE TENTS ON SITE!

FREE Busing Provided from the Following Sponsoring Locations
Buses Will Run From Noon - 11:00pm
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Guests staying at one of the above lodging accommodations will receive FREE shuttle bus to and from the event. We will only be transporting for these sponsors ONLY.
CALL 419-541-0161 FOR MORE INFORMATION
 

The 18th Century Colonial Trade Fair:
August 20 – 21, 2016. 10am – 5pm both days.

 

 

OKTOBERFEST - September 24, 2016 (Noon-11:30pm)

If you would like
to volunteer for
this event Click Here

RAIN OR SHINE – 3 LARGE HEATED TENTS ON SITE!

  • Enjoy nearly 100 foreign & domestic beers, wine, live music, & great food!
    All beer & wine available for purchase separately by sample tastes, glass, bottle, pitcher, or growler.
  • Food available for purchase from multiple food vendors.
  • Live music ALL day!
    Afternoon: Steve Brownell
    Evening: The Rutherford County Band
  • Televised Ohio State Football Game on the big screen.
  • Beer Olympics & Stein Hoisting Competition

    Admission:
    $5.00 – All Adults Ages 21+ (purchased online or at the gate on Sept 26) (Must show valid ID)

    $1.00 – Ages 10-20
    Under 10 – FREE

    Notice: No outside food, beverages, or coolers permitted on premises during event.
* FREE BUSING (Noon – 11pm) to and from the event for patrons staying at any of the 7 sponsorship lodging locations (listed below) *
**Additional bus stop at the public restrooms in Central Park, Downtown Loudonville for FREE local transportation to & from the event **
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Guests staying at one of the above lodging accommodations will receive FREE shuttle bus to and from the event. We will only be transporting for these sponsors ONLY.

Wolf Creek / Pine Run Grist Mill  I  419-668-2497  I  St. Rt. 3 South, Loudonville, Ohio 44842  I  mark@wolfcreekmill.org
Hours: Open Saturday & Sunday Noon - 5pm May thru October as volunteers are available. 
 
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