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Holidays in Sandusky

Sandusky is waiting for you. Brimming with all sorts of sights and sensations, this abundant city is one that will pleasantly surprise you.

This region of Northwest Ohio is called home by about 26,000 residents.

This destination is situated 100 miles from the state capital, Columbus, and 12 miles from Vickery.

Your entire family is sure to have a blast at Cedar Point and African Safari Wildlife Park. Are the little ones still bouncing off the walls? Keep the adventure rolling with a trip to Rain Water Park Complex and Island Adventures Family Fun Center.

Look on as fearless drivers fly around the course at the Summit Motorsports Park. Afterwards, if you haven't yet scratched the itch, follow the smell of burning rubber to the Sandusky Speedway.

Why not sip and swirl your way through the area's best wineries? The Paper Moon Winery and the Heineman Winery are wonderful places to experience the local drop. If you're eager for more, continue your adventure at the Vermilion Valley Vineyards.

Roll out a blanket and watch the clouds roll over your head at an oasis of greenery like Kelleys Island State Park and Miami Park. Alternatively, spend the day outdoors at Catawba Island State Park or Norwalk Reservoirs.

Ottawa County Visitor's Bureau is a good starting point for your stay. You'll uncover a wealth of information here, including what tours are available, the best restaurants to indulge at and so much more.

Find time to gaze out across the calm, open water at Sandusky River.

If you'd like to recharge those batteries, there are plenty of nature reserves to explore. Start off with a breath of fresh air in the energising atmosphere at Seneca Caverns or Osborn Recreation Area. For those who haven't yet fully recharged, Old Woman Creek State Nature Preserve and Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve are two more worth checking out.

If you're seeking to learn a new thing or two or just escape a rainy day, the Margie Pfund Memorial Postmark Museum and Research Library and the Follett House Museum ought to be on your itinerary. Ask about guided tours or study the eye-opening exhibits at your own pace. The Merry-Go-Round Museum and the Maritime Museum of Sandusky are also decent institutions.

Peel back the secrets of the city's past at the Lake Erie Islands Historical Society. Through artefacts and information, the exhibits highlight the defining moments and events that have contributed to the development of the area.

To totally appreciate the background of Sandusky, set aside some time to explore The Edison Birthplace and the Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial. If you're eager for more, Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center and Eleutheros Cooke House and Garden should also be on your radar.

Regardless of your beliefs, there's something about spiritual spaces that quiets the soul. Sorrowful Mother Shrine is a must-see for travellers seeking some peace of mind.

As a significant feature of Sandusky's layout, Caddy Shack Square is worth a look. There's often a decent number of people milling about, so it's a great spot to linger and enjoy the commotion of the city.

Take a walk around South Bass Island Lighthouse and Marblehead Lighthouse, where you can ask about any guided tours and find out about how these powerful structures helped light the way for countless seafarers through some starless nights.

Among the most significant memorials in Sandusky, The Keeper’s House offers an opportunity for visitors to learn a little bit more about the region's past.

If you're hoping to buy some basic supplies, and perhaps one or two souvenirs on the way, head to Sandusky Mall or Fisherman's Wharf. For those that have no limit, there are some more good shops worth rummaging through at North Coast Flea Market.

Want to have a crack at golf? Prepare to rehearse your swing and tee off at the Keys Golf Course or the Eagle Creek Golf Club. The Islander Golf & Country Club and the Sawmill Creek Golf Course are two more places where you can play a couple of rounds in a social atmosphere.

Often it's a destination's less famous attractions that offer the most surprises. With that in mind, think about doing a little more sightseeing at Sherod Park, the Rutherford B. Hayes Library and Shade Acres Campground.

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