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All reviews volleyball nets parking fee lake erie soft sand pay to park year olds great spot red fish porta potties picnic tables walk barefoot snacks and drinks pied piper play ground sunny saturday plenty of space play area
This beach is a hidden gem on the shores of Lake Erie. Plenty of space on the beach to get a great spot on the water. A shelter is available to have a party.
Very relaxing and a fun spot for the summer.
My family of 6, which includes my kids ages 7,9,14,and 17, spent 3 lovely days at Nickle Plate. It wasn't crowded,the sand was soft,we cleared a space free of random driftwood,and set up our umbrellas, towels,and beach toys. Did we encounter several dead fish in...More
This was a surprise tucked away behind the residential area. No one was there to collect a parking fee, so we lucked out there. Nice open area, volley ball nets, plenty of space and nice pathway onto the beach. Water was great and our group...More
We very much enjoyed our trip to Nickel Plate Beach. The parking cost was reasonable, the beach was clean and not over crowded even on a sunny Saturday. I wish they had a shower to rinse off, but we will likely go back.
I took my four kids to visit this beach and we had a blast. I love that it has the paddle shack where we can rent floats for a fair price. The huge mat was a highlight for my kids and I rented a comfy...More
First time at this beach with little children. and it was fun! Very clean, they have a cute little shop to buy floaties and snacks. It cost to park, but you could also park down the road and walk. Only negative thing to say is...More