Our Put-In-Bay home is located in the Island Club Development, approximately 1 mile from downtown Put-In-Bay. Put-In-Bay (South Bass Island) is an island on Lake Erie which is accessible by two ferry lines, Miller Boat Lines (Catawba Island) or the Jet Express. The ferry trip is between 18 to 30 minutes.
The Miller Ferry can also accommodate vehicles. Put-In-Bay has many great things to do and see for any age.
The development has a community pool with chairs and tables. It is a great place for families, children, or couples.
The 3 bedroom/2 bath home is typically rented by families, couples, reunions, or anyone who just needs a few days away.
The home has a two night minimum stay.
Why stay at a hotel when you can have a whole house for less?
The name of our property is Roeder Rentals which can be found online in a yahoo search, or e-mail for web site details.
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THINGS TO DO with your family @ Put-In-Bay:
Butterfly House, Rock Climbing Wall, Underground caverns (Perrys cave or Crystal Cave), Miniature golf, Fort Amazin (maze) or Gemstone mining (@ Perry's cave)
Jet-Ski rental (SBI State park)
Swim at the Island Club pool
Pebble Beach ( South Bass State Park)
Golf (Saunders Golf Course by the state park) 419-285-3917
Bike or moped rental (419-285-2724 )
Golf cart rental
Perry's monument (Perry Peace Memorial and Visitors Center )
Stonehenge estate tour (Langram Road)
Winery (Heinemans or Put-In-Bay Winery)
Rent a boat or kayak (State park or crews nest)
Parasailing (downtown docks)
Discover your new favorite band
Park/picnic area (DeRiviera Park-downtown)
Go to 'Splash 'swim up bar next to Islander Inn (Erie st)
Swim/Hot Tub at The Put-In-Bay Resort or Islander Inn (Erie St.)
The Aquatic Visitors center
Gibraltar Island Tour
South Bass Island Lighthouse Tour
The Lake Erie Islands Nature & Wildlife Center (419-285-3037)
Adventure Bay Fun Center (off Langram rd.)
(Pool/Bar, A Full Arcade, Virtual Bowling, Miniature Golf, Batting Cages, Go karts)
Antique Car Museum
Lake Erie Islands Historical Society Museum
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