Located on a beautiful glacial lake in the 70,000-acre Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, AMC’s Mohican Outdoor Center is an ideal retreat from the world’s cares. Stroll to nearby wetlands to spot the local wildlife, or hike the Appalachian Trail to magnificent views of the water gap. Or just splash or paddle in Catfish Pond and unwind.
Just a 90-minute drive from New York City, Mohican is a great base for exploring on your own, with your family and friends, or with a larger group. With self-service cabins, comfortable lodge bunk space, and a fully-stocked kitchen, Mohican caters to those who appreciate value accommodations and prefer to bring or cook their own meals. For a guided experience, Mohican’s weekend getaway programs offer the chance to learn a new skill and get to know other fun outdoors folk.
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November 1, 2021 – April 30 Open for Friday and Saturday arrivals plus holidays: December 31, January 17, February 14
April 1 – Campsites open for daily service
May 1, 2021 – January 2, 2022 Cabins and Campsites open daily
Please see specific COVID-19 related information on policies and operating procedures.
Mohican offers several self-service cabin options, ideal for groups who wish to cook their own meals. Pillows are provided – bring your own sleeping bag and towels. Our Demo Center offers guests the opportunity to try out Deuter backpacks, LEKI poles, MSR snowshoes, LOWA boots and JetBoil stoves. Sorry, no pets allowed.
The following lodges are ADA accessible: Blueberry Lodge, Black Oak Lodge, Larch View, Woodland, Stone Lodge, main lodge.
Check in: 3:00 p.m.
Check out: 11:00 a.m.
- No meal or deli service is available November 1, 2020 through April 30, 2021
- Summer deli is open May 1st – Sept. 1st
- Walk in meal service is not guaranteed: Advance reservations are highly recommended
- Reserve meals 8 or mores days prior to arrival for Early Bird discounted rates
- Please notify AMC Contact Service Center if you have food allergies or any other dietary restrictions
Reserving Entire Camp
Great for weddings, family reunions, and retreats, packages include exclusive use of all lodges with over 60 available bunks, private and lakeside campsites, boathouse and dining hall Space (each multi-use space can accommodate 100 guests), council fire ring, and free use of canoes and kayaks.
Reserving Boathouse and Dining Hall Space
The boathouse and dining hall are available to rent and can each comfortably fit 100 people. The boathouse offers pristine views of the Catfish Pond and has tables and chairs. The kitchen is not available for food preparation, but catering is welcome.
Large Group Cabins
Blueberry Hill and Black Oak Lodge
Blueberry Hill and Black Oak Lodge offer sleeping accommodations for up to 16 people in multiple bedrooms, restrooms and showers, full kitchens for self service groups, and are heated. Blueberry Hill includes a fireplace for ambient heat. Private rentals are available year-round, but require a 12 person minimum.
Blueberry Room 201 now has 1 bunk bed (twin) and 2 single beds (Twin), allowing for 3 bottom bunks in one room.
Trails End Lodge
Trails End Lodge offers sleeping accommodations for up to 16 people. Seasonal showers and restrooms are located at the Dining Hall (April-October). Accommodations include wood stove heat and a full kitchen with running water (April-October only). Private rentals are available year round, but require a 10 person minimum This camp is ¼ mile from the parking lot. Please see a staff member for a 15 minute loading and unloading pass.
Small Group Cabins
Sunset View offers sleeping accommodations for up to six people, including two bedrooms and kitchen, heat, restroom, and shower year-round. There is a five person minimum to reserve privately
Woodland Cabin offers sleeping accommodations for up to four people and includes a small fridge, microwave, coffee maker, fans, and heaters, a double bed, and bunk bed. There is a two person minimum to reserve privately. This cabin is ¼ mile from the parking lot. Please see a staff member for a 15 minute loading and unloading pass.
Larch View Cabin
Larch View Cabin offers sleeping accommodations for up to eight people in two rooms. Each room has 4 bunks. Guests may rent one side or the whole cabin. Seasonal showers are available at the Dining Hall for $5 (April-October). This cabin is ¼ mile from the parking lot. Please see a staff member for a 15 minute loading and unloading pass.
Mohican offers several options for camping, including group, private group, tent platform, and walk-in campsites. Learn more about Mohican Outdoor Center’s campsites.
**Due to the size of our parking lot and style of campground we are unable to accommodate RV’s or Tow Behind Campers
We are not able to accommodate pets at Mohican Outdoor Center.
Top things to Do
Hike, snowshoe, paddle, swim. Whatever your outdoor interest, Mohican Outdoor Center, in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, has that.
Boating Season: May-October
Hike the Appalachian Trail
Hike through quiet woods to breathtaking waterfalls and soaring cliffs on the nearby AT-the most iconic of long-distance trails.
Cool off in a mountain lake
Catfish Pond is a refreshing swimming hole and also offers great paddling and fishing. Unwind by the water or land a nice bass, perch, pickerel, or sunfish.
Boat Rentals available:
Mohican has 13 kayaks and 9 canoes! For full camp rentals, groups can then rent all our boats.
Spot a few wild neighbors
From hawks on nearby Raccoon Ridge to snakes, lizards, and salamanders, the wildlife in our wetlands is on full display on a quiet, early morning walk.
What to Bring
The right clothing and gear are essential in the unpredictable weather of the Northeast. Even if it feels like summer in the valleys, it can be cold and winter-like on the high peaks. Use our gear guides to make sure you’re packing everything you need for comfort and safety.
Guests staying in our cabins and lodges should bring a sleeping bag, sheets, or a sleep sack, as well as towels and toiletries. Guests staying at campsites should bring a tent, sleeping bag, and cook stove (no open fires permitted). Campsites include access to outdoor privies, and showers are available at the Visitor Center ($5/person, includes towels).