We boarded the Kelly's Island Ferry in Marblehead, Ohio- bikes in tow- and treated ourselves to one of the nicest biking day trips we've enjoyed. The 4-mile square island has mostly level, safe roads and striking scenery as you travel around the western side. We explored Monument Point, a large rock with native American carvings, glacial grooves, a beach, hiked through a wetlands area and enjoyed lobster chowder at a quaint downtown restaurant. The ferry was $20 round trip per person and $6 per bike. In the end, we decided it was well worth it. There are also 2 winerys, a brewery and a few other establishments that we didn't get around to visiting. This island is a quieter alternative to Put-In-Bay, with lots to explore.
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