A visit to Put-in-Bay opens a wide array of sightseeing, dining, and entertainment options. From the South Bass Lighthouse to Scheef East Point Nature Reserve, from Perry’s Monument to Stone Lab Aquatics Center, and from DeRivera Park to the Village dining/shopping, there is no shortage of good times.
Look at what awaits: Let’s dive in!
The Boardwalk Family of Restaurants presents incredible choices for good food, excellent drinks, and great atmosphere. Visit The Boardwalk Upper Deck for superb seafood and the best waterfront view!
Prefer a Key West lifestyle, then relish the outdoor setting right by Park Place Boat Club at The Keys. This is the spot for tasty and refreshing beverages.
If you’re looking for the old world flair, don’t miss Hooligans Irish Pub. Visit Hooligans Irish Pub for a satisfying respite after water-sports action, island bicycling, or a solid round of shopping.
Did we say shopping? YES!
Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center is the spot for rewarding adventures!
You’ll want to explore the cave, try your skill in the maze, or compete in a friendly round of miniature golf. And for a real treat, check out the famous Butterfly House!
Looking for outdoor tranquility?
Visit beautiful nature trails sprinkled all around South Bass Island. Scheef East Point Preserve, Massie Cliffside Preserve, and the Nature & Wildlife Center are most rewarding. Massie Cliffside trail winds through a serene island forest and opens up to a marvelous field with benches and outstanding views of Put-in-Bay, Gibraltar Island, and Middle Bass Island. Scheef East Point Preserve combines a peaceful combination of inland flora and wildlife with the dynamic presence of Lake Erie shoreline. It is one of the fabulous spots along the Lake Erie Islands Water Trail. These spectacular places have come about through the efforts of Lake Erie Islands Conservancy.
Oh, wait, two more things: Immerse yourself in a comfortable island historical sightseeing tour with the Tour Train presented by Island Transportation and stop in at the Lake Erie Islands Historical Society Museum. You will enjoy learning how Put-in-Bay became an island treasure!