You can get to Put-in-Bay by a flight from Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport in Port Clinton, Ohio, almost everyone comes by ferry.
Should you take your car to Put-in-Bay? You could, but I didn’t and was glad. During weekends and holidays, you can’t take your vehicle for a day trip.
It’s free to visit the Perry’s Victory Visitor Center, it’s $10 per adult to take in the stunning views from the top of the memorial tower.
Kimberly’s Carousel’s traditional carnival music adds to the festive atmosphere on Put-in-Bay’s main street, Delaware Avenue.
The spelunking enthusiast will find Perry’s Cave enjoyable. The athletic-minded will want to try out the 25-foot rock climbing wall or the 18-hole mini-golf course.
When many butterflies open their wings, they display their stunning colors. Butterflies with closed wings frequently blend into their surroundings to protect themselves from predators.
Commodore Oliver Hazard “Never Give Up the Ship” Perry, discovered the cave in 1813. A natural limestone cave sitting 52 feet below South Bass Island’s surface in Lake Erie.
The Boardwalk is a casual family-friendly restaurant, known for its seafood. Give their lobster bisque a try.