Parasailing over Lake Erie is definitely one of the most unique ways to enjoy Put-in-Bay. Put-in-Bay Parasail has been in operation since the late 80’s. People were loving this activity in Florida so a savvy businessman decide to introduce it to Lake Erie. Thousands of guests have a blast flying over the lake in a rainbow colored parasail.
Put-in-Bay Parasail Particulars
One of the wilder things to do in Put in Bay includes parasailing. Don’t worry, it is a very safe activity, even if it doesn’t look that way. The passionate staff led Captain Jason Hill is extremely knowledgeable and take the time to teach each and every guest about the ins and outs.
Guests can choose either high or low parasailing. A standard towline is 600’ but these guys can give you up to 800’ if you want to really feel like you’re flying. Each flight last 10 minutes.
Looking to get wet? Asked to get dipped in the water. Or stay dry up high.
Put-in-Bay Parasail offers lots of deals and packages. They take 30 action photos of the sailor in flight. Visitors can also ask for film of their flight. Groups are more than welcomed to try out this activity together. It’s pretty fun.
To get up in the air, you are lifted directly off the back of the boat. The Parasail stand is located right beside the Boardwalk Restaurant Complex on Bayview Avenue near where visitors get dropped off by the Put in Bay ferry. Close to the Jet Express terminal, you can’t miss it!
You can also purchase paddle boards from Put-in-Bay Parasail.
After your flight, reward your moxie with dinner and drinks at the Boardwalk. This sprawling complex includes five different restaurants and three Put in Bay bars. The crown jewel is the Upper Deck. Enjoy amazing view of the lake you just flew over as you dig into Lobster Bisque and a glass of wine.
Put-in-Bay is home to a whole host of fun restaurants and bars. Head into downtown after your meal and join the party that is a summer night on Put-in-Bay. Book a Put in Bay resort, hotel, or rental before all the weekends this summer get booked!