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Go to MBI if you want a quieter and nice place to dock your boat for a couple of days (State marina), you need to escape the drunken craziness of PIB for a few hours, or want to revisit your Lonz Winery heyday. Ohio DNR...More
Slow paced, relaxing place to go and enjoy staying overnight. Took Miller Ferry to Middle Bass not knowing what to expect. Short walk to Walleyes where we rented a golf cart, paid for our lodging and shopped at the gift shop. We went to our...More
Had been to the other two more populated islands so wanted to get to this one. NOTHING to do here. There is a small pool type area (more like a large grotto) next to JF Walleye restaurant, well kept and lots of people using it....More
Middle Bass Island is cool place to visit. My wife Maria, and I wanted to spend a day bike riding somewhere, and we figured that Middle Bass would be better to bike than South Bass because we didn't want constant flow of cars passing us...More
Lonz Winery was once ( a long time ago) USA's largest producer of wine, but today it is the focal point of a spectacular State Park. It was shut down in 2000 after a terrace collapsed, one person died & many were injured. Ohio has...More
A fairly quiet island compared to most tourist islands, but with enough attractions on the island or nearby to please all ages. My wife calls it the "island of happy men", and all the women I've met there are also happy.
40 minute Miller Ferry Ride from Port Clinton OH is very relaxing. Can take your car over but it requires car reservation up to 2 weeks prior. Take your bikes for a day trip or stay longer as there are plenty of rental properties and...More
Fine place for a very short visit. Beaches decent, and it appears that there are numerous rental possibilities for short or longer term breaks. However, there is very little to do other than ride bikes and golf carts around. There is no down town to...More