Lake Erie Shores & Islands is centrally located within a five-hour drive of several major metropolitan areas. “Home to over 90 attractions of all varieties, and the likes of Cedar Point and Put-in-Bay, Ohio’s Lake Erie Shores & Islands has the perfect mixture of history, nature, adventure and fun to please any group traveler,” said Brian Shifflet, group experience manager for Lake Erie Shores & Islands.
“Utilizing our bureau services (itinerary development, welcome packets, hotel assistance, etc.) will ensure the group has knowledge of the region and a seamless tour experience. Be sure to check out our 16 group tour co-op partners who will go the extra mile to make certain your experience will be second to none.”
Lake Erie Shores & Islands
Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton showcases operational historical aircraft and vehicles, including Georgie’s Gal, a World War II B-25 Mitchell bomber, a U.S. Navy WWII TBM Avenger and a PT boat. Witness the restoration of a 1929 Ford Tri-Motor airplane and dine in the 1950s-era themed Tin Goose Diner. The museum is open year-round.
The Midwest’s only drive-thru safari, African Safari Wildlife Park in Port Clinton is home to bongo, giraffe and zebra. Get ready for a wild time feeding exotic animals from the motorcoach. Stop by the Walk-Thru Safari to learn about the animals during daily education programs. A step-on guide can be reserved (subject to availability).
Island Transportation’s Put-in-Bay Tour Train is the way to see the resort area of South Bass Island. The one-hour narrated, historical tram tour has stop-off privileges at various locations on the island. In addition to the tram tour, Island Transportation offers a number of different packages involving numerous attractions, transportation and lunch options for groups.
Open May–October in Sandusky, Cedar Point amusement park is home to 70 rides, including 18 world-class roller coasters. New for 2019 is the immersive, interactive entertainment experience at Forbidden Frontier on Adventure Island. With so many rides, shows, dining options and attractions, it’s easy to see why one day is not enough to explore the 364-acre destination.