Mohican Outdoor Center

The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is now home to the Appalachian Mountain Club's southernmost facility. The Mohican Outdoor Center is nestled between two ridges of the Appalachian Mountains on the banks of Catfish Pond near Blairstown, with the Appalachian Trail running just east of the camp. Opportunities abound for hiking, biking, swimming, canoeing, rock climbing, and bird-watching, as well as for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and ice-skating in winter. Recreational and educational programs are available for both AMC members and non-members, including workshops on birding, backpacking, leadership training, fitness, writing, mushrooms and astronomy. Mohican also provides a base of operations for a wide range of trail work projects carried out by AMC in cooperation with the National Park Service.

Catfish Pond
Catfish Pond

Once a boy-scout camp, the facility currently has several lodges that can accommodate a range of guests from three to sixteen. Cabins and lodges are open year round — some are winterized and include heat and water. Most cabins have bathrooms with flush toilets and showers, and, if cabin or lodge does not have running water, accommodations are in separate buildings nearby. Group space is also available (by reservation) in the boathouse, which looks over a pristine lake as well as the dining hall. Several campsites are located within the camp, including lake view sites, and private tent sites. Bigger groups can use the large group campsite. Reserving the whole camp is a possibility; this includes all cabins, lodges, private camp sites, dining hall, and boathouse. Great for weddings or reunions!

Consider becoming a member of AMC for a number of benefits including discounted rates, and hundreds of local chapter outdoor recreational programs at little or no cost. For reservations please call 603-466-2727. For information about the camp please call 908-362-5670 or check the website.

Upcoming Events

  • May 5-May 7 • INTRODUCTION TO BACKPACKING. This hands-on skill development course will prepare you for an overnight trek. Meals included. $156.
  • June 2-June 4 • FAMILY ADVENTURE GETAWAY. Kids stay and eat for FREE! Crafts, games, swimming & more. Lodging and meals included. $203.
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Barry danziger
28 Oct 2015, 13:52
Do you have anything available on Thursday night
Nov 5th for two senior adults
Jasmine matson
25 Aug 2012, 08:31
Hey in was at the cabins for a few days. And stayed in black oak and had a great time. Keep up the great service and varieties of different activities to do! Thanks for everything !!!:)
Bob van Pelt
20 Mar 2011, 13:35
Looking for a one night overnight retreat for our school staff for up to 450 people on June 10th-June11th. Can you accomodate us? \r\n\r\nCheers,\r\nBob
Heidi
02 Jun 2010, 08:18
looking for availability/rate of the cabin rental during the week of June 21th and June 28th, 2010. I am interested to rent for 2-3 days during those two weeks.\r\n\r\nThanks\r\n\r\nHeidi
melaney
29 Oct 2008, 10:16
hey! your camp was awesome! i went with Lake Nelson SDA school and Waldwick for our outdoor education trip! thanks guys you rock! sorry we werent out on time but we love ya!
Anne Fetherman
02 May 2008, 15:37
This note is for David Childs. I got your phone number but not an email and wonder if you will provide one so I can keep you up to date on the Cherry Valley Ramble we talked about when you and Bonnie voted. Anne Fetherman
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