on the Bay
  On the Bay  419-341-9760
There are many activities, attractions, and sights to enjoy at Put-in-Bay.  To make the most out of your stay at the Bay, here are some helpful links. 

Food & Drinks

The Boardwalk
Boathouse Bar & Grill
Cameo Pizza
Chicken Patio
Crescent Tavern
Frosty Bar & Family Pizza
Mr. Ed's Bar & Grill
Pasquale's Cafe
Put-in-Bay Brewing Company
The Skyway
Waterfront at The Bayshore

Put-in-Bay Charter Fishing,
, KayakingJet Ski Rentals  

Free Attractions

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources operates the state's Aquatic Resources Visitor Center. There are live fish exhibits and hands on aquatic displays. The center offers a free fishing program for kid's, including free bait and tackle.

Perry's Monument and Visitor's Center
 This 352-foot column, which opened in 1915, dominates the island's downtown harbor.  It commemorates Oliver Hazard Perry's defeat of the British in "The Battle of Lake Erie" on September 10, 1813. 

Nature Trails on the island include the Scheef East Point Nature Preserve and the Jane Coats trail on Put-in-Bay Road.  Bring your GPS and try finding one of the many GeoCaches on the island!
Enjoy one of our amazing sunsets!

Enjoy the Sunday Antique Car Parade and visit the Antique Car Museum at Perry's Cave.  There are more antique and classic vehicles per capita on Put-in-Bay than anywhere else in the world! Historic and classic cars parade the island roadways and downtown every Sunday afternoon starting at 2 pm.

Discount coupons for attractions and restaurants available at the Miller Ferry website

Island Wedding Services

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  Heineman's Winery & Crystal Cave
Ohio's oldest family run winery since 1888, Heineman's island wines consistently wins gold and silver medals each year in competition. Tour the winery and sample a glass of wine or grape juice. 
  Erie Island Carts Golf Carts
Golf carts are a great way to see the island and provide flexible parking options in the downtown area.  Erie Island Carts offers overnight rentals, online reservations and provide multi-day discounts. 
  Put-in-Bay Chamber of Commerce
The PIB Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau is your one-stop site for everything you need to know on the island.  Lodging, dining, entertainment, attractions, services, directions, events, transportation or any other information you might need!  2013 Calendar of Events.
Perry's Cave Family Fun Center
Visit Perry's Cave and The Butterfly House, pan for real gems, climb a 25ft.-rockwall, brave Fort aMAZEn' or wind your way through the War of 18 Holes mini-golf course. Step into history in our FREE antique car museum then pause for a bite to eat at DanDee's Snack Shack & Picnic Pavilion.  Something for the entire family!
  Put-in-Bay Airport  See the islands from a birds eye view!! Flight seeing trips available all week long.  Bi-plane and helicopter rides available on the weekends weather permitting.
  Lake Erie Islands Historical Museum  The Lake Erie Islands Historical Society offers a glimpse into Put-in-Bay's past. More than 6,000 square feet of display area features the original sprawling resort hotels such as the Hotel Victory, winemaking, a movie and artifacts from the old Put in Bay Car Races, island memorabilia and I-LYA artifacts.
  Put-in-Bay Tour Train  Get out of the downtown and see the rest of the island while learning fun island facts and history along the way. Board the Put-in-Bay Tour Train at The Depot, downtown Put-in-Bay. A one-hour narrated tour of the island is included
  Lake Erie Islands Nature Museum  features a variety of animal and water fowl mounts, a nature trail filled with native plants, an excellent vantage point for bird watching and activities for kids.  Admission fees are very reasonable!


Stonehenge Estate Tour The Stonehenge Estate is an excellent example of early island life in an original island home and stone press house used for processing grapes into juice. Listed on the National Register of Historical Places
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