St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

One of the oldest churches on South Bass Island, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church welcomes worshippers of all faiths. Located a short walk from downtown Put-in-Bay, this church sits on the corner of Lakeview and Catawba Avenues. They offer Sunday services which are wonderful places to meet fellow islanders, both permanent and temporary, and continue your worship traditions while on vacation. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Details Held every Sunday throughout the year, the 10:30 am service includes a beautiful music program. There is also a service at 7:45 am. Each service includes the Holy Eucharist. An after-school program is also held...

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Perry’s Cave Rock Wall

Perry’s Cave Rock Wall

Newly upgraded for the 2018 summer season on Put-in-Bay, the Rock Wall at Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center is even better than before. This 25 ft. wall challenges both beginners and experts alike in their race to the top! Perry’s Cave Rock Wall Details Different skill levels are included on the wall. Anyone over 50 pounds is allowed to climb up. Climbers are all strapped into harnesses before their ascent. Follow the color coded hand holds for easy or challenging climbs. Three climbs cost only $10 so you can keep improving as you scale this mighty tower. Combo pricing...

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Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church
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Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church

The Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church offers a magnificent and peaceful space for those in search of fellowship while visiting Put-in-Bay and South Bass Island. Locals and tourists alike love the stately sanctuary and stately beauty of this stone church. Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church Details During the summer season, worshippers may attend mass on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5:30 pm, Sundays at 10:30 am. The parish is located at 632 Catawba Avenue, nearby the Erie Islands Branch Library, Put-in-Bay High School, and the Town Hall. Other places of worship on the island include St. John at the Bay Lutheran...

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Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center

Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center

The Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center works to preserve the natural wonder of South Bass Island. Interactive exhibitions, classes, and events are regularly programmed here. By educating the next generation how to protect the environment, this special spot of the world will continue to thrive. Summer activities include nature walks, children’s nature camps, and their annual Island Green Week in August. Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center Details Open seven days a week from June to August, tickets are $3 for adults and $2 for children over five and seniors. They also offer group rates and special...

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War of 18 Holes Miniature Golf

War of 18 Holes Miniature Golf

Come by a round or two of mini golf at The War of 18 Holes Miniature Golf Course at Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center. The only mini golf course on the island, this game is positively historic! Learn all about the battles of the War or 1812 while enjoying the lovingly manicured course. Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center. Perry’s is one of the island’s favorite attractions. Located on Catawba about a mile from downtown, Perry’s is full of fun. Besides the mini golf, visitors can challenge their friends to the Fort aMAZEn maze or the 25 foot Rock...

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Adventure Bay Amusement Park

Adventure Bay Amusement Park

Come spend the whole day, or week, at Adventure Bay Amusement Park. Kids can horse around in the pool and play in the arcade. Adults can just hang by the pool. What is better than that? Adventure Bay is just outside of downtown Put-in-Bay. The Commodore Resort is a short walk as well as the Post Office and Island Hardware. Adventure Bay Amusement Park Highlights The crown jewel of Adventure Bay is most certainly the pool. This 9000 square foot wonder is refreshing and beautiful. Decorated in a tiki theme, there are real palm tree gently swaying in the breeze...

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Put-in-Bay Raceway

Put-in-Bay Raceway

Race at the fastest speeds on the whole of South Bass Island at Put-in-Bay Raceway. With a specially constructed bank tracked, these little cars can zoom up to 50 miles per hour. Much faster than your normal, everyday golf cart! Put-in-Bay Raceway Details Fun for all ages, groups of friends love racing each other at only $2 per racer. Challenge up to four other racers for an exhilarating 2 ½ minute race around the oval track. There’s no telling who will come out on top! Winner buys the next game. Put-in-Bay Raceway Location The central location of Put-in-Bay Raceway makes...

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Perry’s Cave Family Fun Center

Perry’s Cave Family Fun Center

Perry’s Cave is a one-of-a-kind natural wonder located at Perry’s Cave Family Fun Center. Just about a mile outside of downtown Put-in-Bay, Perry’s is a must of everyone’s summer checklist. About Perry’s Cave South Bass Island is full of ecological wonders to discover. For such a small island, its diverse environmental landscape is really something to marvel. The island is a hunk of dolomite and limestone, believed to have formed  about 400 million years ago, at the bottom of a shallow salt water sea. Perry’s Cave is named after Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry who is believed to have discovered it...

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Kimberly’s Carousel

Kimberly’s Carousel

A beloved fixture of downtown Put-in-Bay, Kimberly’s Carousel has been entertaining kids and kids at heart since it first opened in 1917. Kimberly’s Carousel History Allan Herschell was a driving force in the early days of amusement park. He was responsible for the earliest designs of roller coasters, train, and carousel. Some of his designs can still be found today throughout the country. Kimberly’s Carousel is one of his most notable designs and we have George and June Stoiber to thank for its continual existence on Put-in-Bay. When George purchase the carousel in the 1980’s, it had fallen into disrepair....

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