Oak Point State Park has twenty docks that can be rented for the day or overnight. There is also sidewalk fishing permitted. Additionally, this is a very nice spot for a quiet picnic at the small picnic area. Oak Point State Park is nearby downtown Put-in-Bay and its major attractions. You can get an incredible view of Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial from here. Believe it or not, this park holds the distinction of the smallest in the state park system of Ohio. So you can say you’ve been to Ohio’s smallest park. It’s worth stopping by for that view of Perry’s Memorial though. It’s also a little green space with incredible charm. You don’t need to budget a ton of time for Oak Point State Park, but if you’re up here, take a minute and check it out, you’ll be glad you did.
There is a gazebo at the park that is a frequent choice for island weddings. The loop around the park serves as the point where all of the cars in Put-in-Bay’s Antique Car Parade turn around. There are also restrooms available on site for the public.
After Oak Point State Park
You won’t need too much time to enjoy all that Oak Point has to offer, so you’ll need to plot your next move. Maybe you want to see more of Put-in-Bay’s beautiful green spaces. If so, Scheeff East Point Preserve and Jane Coates Wildflower Trail are great choices. Maybe they look from afar of Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial piqued your interest and you want to check it out up close. If so, you’ll pass through the historic downtown Put-in-Bay, where you’ll find some amazing shopping and restaurants. Or you could just want an ice-cold beer. For that, the choice is simple. Mr. Ed’s Bar and Grille, Put-in-Bay’s most popular bar! As you can see, Put-in-Bay has so much to offer, click here to find your lodging and join us for a summer weekend!
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