About Lake Mohawk, Ohio

Lake Mohawk is a private community where you can escape the hustle and bustle of city life. This residential community, located a mile outside of Malvern, consists of approximately 944 homes boasts of 24 hour gated security assuring safety and privacy.

Lake Mohawk consists of approximately 2300 acres. The lake itself is man made and spring fed, approximately 500 acres. There is unlimited horsepower and size on boats. Enjoy water skiing, sailing, canoeing or just relaxing on your pontoon boat.  For the fisherman the lake is stocked with Northern Pike, walleye, large and small mouth bass. Blue gill, crappie, cat fish and perch are also plentiful. The Fish Club runs a nursery and installs artificial reefs to maintain the fish population.

The lake freezes to an average of 15" most winters enabling you to enjoy ice fishing, snow mobiles and ice skating. A lighted sled riding hill provides lots of fun and laughter for the whole family. 

There are three beaches . The main beach has a clubhouse, picnic pavilion, swim float, children's play equipment, sand volleyball, lighted tennis and basketball courts. There is also a West Beach and a South Beach. 

There are 14 docking areas and a marina with two boat launching ramps, gasoline pumps and sheriff's office. The lake has life guards for the beaches and Lake Patrol to assure safety on the water.

A 9-hole golf course provides further recreation. Although there are mostly Par 3's, there are at least three Par 4's. Membership and green fees are open to all property owners and their guests.

There is something to do for everyone at Lake Mohawk. The Ski Club will teach you to ski even if you don't have a boat. The Fish Club will show you where to find the best fishing. Other social clubs are Friends and Neighbors, Women Civic Club, Mohawk Trail Garden Club, and the many more. 

Come for a private tour of our "best kept secret". It's suburban living at its best. Just the place for your family to call home.


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