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Published on Sep 3, 2015
Most commonly explored by foot, bike, golf cart and/or kayak, Kelleys Island, Ohio’s largest island, is full of adventure for all ages. It has 600 acres of state park lands, 17 miles of coastline, beautiful wildflowers, nature trails, a fossil-filled quarry and wetlands admired by nature-lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
There is also a popular downtown district that offers shopping and entertainment, as well as dining and drinking establishments with signature menu items and specials. A lakefront campground and sandy beach attract the most visitors in summer, while spring birding and fall monarch butterfly migrations are popular seasonal events.
Having a high concentration of historic homes and buildings has earned Kelleys Island a spot on the National Register of Historic Places; however, its history is not limited to architecture alone. Glacial Grooves National Natural Landmark, the largest exposed glacial grooves in the world, and Inscription Rock are two free attractions which add historical significance.
Abundant hiking, biking, swimming, kayaking and fishing opportunities.