Nestled on seven acres of woods and beautifully landscaped grounds, the Stonehenge Estate brings to life a segment of island history from the 1800’s through present day living. An on-going family preservation project, Stonehenge represents the old family grape growing farms & wineries that prospered on the island in the mid-late 1800’s. The Stone Farmhouse and Wine Press Cottage are both listed in the prestigious National Register of Historic Places and are open to the public for tours throughout the summer months.
Adventure Bay Amusement Park has options for the whole family. From a large arcade to a go cart track, there is fun around every corner. Bring the family for a memorable time.
Adventure Bay Location
This family fun center is located just outside the downtown Put-In-Bay area on Main St. Nearby, the Put-In-Bay Post Office and Island Hardware are the closest neighbors. Also, the Put-In-Bay Resort and Conference Center is a short stroll away.
Adventure Bay Attractions
One of the most striking features of Adventure Bay is the large pool. The pool encompasses over 9,000 square feet. Also, the pool area is tastefully decorated with a tropical theme. Real palm trees sway in the breeze at Adventure Bay. Also, there are private cabanas for rent. Here, guests can reserve there very own piece of the pool deck. Feel special with your own server, bottle service and place to hang. Cabanas are the way to go! Furthermore, when hunger strikes after all the fun, they have a full menu. Options include pizzas, salads and paninis. Furthermore, their menu options change each season. So, be sure to look for their newest tasty offerings.
The Put-in-Bay Tour Train is an outstanding way to see and learn about the island. Enjoy the island breezes while embarking on a one hour guided tour. The open air trolley is easily visible with its yellow color scheme.
Boarding the Tour Train
Tickets are available at the Downtown Bus terminal. This is located at the corner of Delaware and Toledo Avenues. Then, passengers board on an open air trolley driven by a Jeep. The tour provides riders with a wealth of information about the history of Put-in-Bay. Also, it points out various points of interest along the way. Another great aspect of the scheduled stops on the journey. During the journey, the tour train makes stops at Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center, Heineman’s Winery, Perry’s Monument and the Lake Erie Island Nature and Wildlife Area.
The War of 18 Holes Miniature Golf is the only course on Put-in-Bay. Here, guests can challenge friends to a round. The course is both beautifully manicured and challenging. Stop in and see if you can step up to the challenge.
War of 18 Holes Location and Other Attractions
The War of 18 Holes is at the Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center complex. This great Put-in-Bay Attraction is located on Catawba Avenue. Also, Heineman’s Winery and Crystal Cave is right across the street. Here, guests have a wide selection of fun things to do for the family. This includes Gem Stone Mining, the Butterfly House, Cave Tours and Fort Amaze’N. First, Gem Stone Mining requires the purchase of a bag of rough mix. Then, participants can use the mining sleuth to uncover precious gems and fossils.