The Oak Point Docks cater to transient boaters for day and overnight visits. They are an extension of the South Bass Island State Park. The Oak Point State Park is one and a half acre park, the smallest in all of the Ohio Park system.
Oak Point Docks: Location, Features and Things to Do
The docks are located on Bayview Avenue with an unimpeded view of Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial and the Ohio State University Stone Lab. Located just down the street from the attractions of downtown Put-in-Bay, the docks are centrally located and easy to navigate.
Twenty docks are available for use. On the north side of Oak Park, there is a small area suitable for fishing. The park itself is idyllic, with grassy areas for picnicking. Water fountains and restroom facilities are available at the entrance of the park. Easily access the docks via a u-shaped driveway. Every Sunday during the summer season, the Skip Duggan’s Antique Car Club drives this route. The docks provide a great view of this spectacle.
South Bass State Park
South Bass State Park is a the parent to Oak Park. Located about a mile away, guests find a wide selection of amenities. The lakefront beach is a great place to swim, lounge, and take in the views of Lake Erie. There are picnic tables and covered pavilions throughout the park. Shelter houses are ideal for parties and family reunions. 50 people can fit within.
The playground in the park is great for kids of all sizes and physical abilities. The little ones love playing on it all day long.
The park offers various campsites throughout. There are also four cabins for rent. These cozy cabins are located on a hill, providing guests with breathtaking views of the lake. Cabins sleep up to 6 and come with a full kitchen.
The Oak Park Docks are a great, easy option for boaters. Dock here today.