There are several other websites that offer great information about the island Ohio's Put-in-Bay is an island directory and the Put-in-Bay Information site also has a wide variety of information. For Put-in-Bay Lodging Information the Put-in-Bay Hotels, Resorts & Home Rentals Site is a great place to start!
Yes, carts are full of fuel when you depart and the fuel usage is included. There is no need to refuel and golf carts will run for several days on a tank of fuel.
All of the Put-in-Bay Golf Cart Company carts are gas powered. There are a few electric carts on the island but they are not in high demand as they are battery powered, start slow and just get slower as the day goes on.
For the most part yes. A good rule of thumb is to stay on paved roads, out of parks or Federal Monument property, off docks, and pay close attention to signs indicating private roads or property.
The island is about 4 miles long a 1.5 miles at its widest point. There are roads that basically circle the island. Without stopping at any of the attractions, you can circle the island in less than 1.5 hours.
Yes, Put-in-Bay Golf Cart Rentals may be driven at night and are equipped with headlights, taillights & turn signals as a car is. Golf Carts should not be operated at any time by anyone who has been consuming alcohol.
Yes, you can, however, please remember that as a licensed motor vehicle, you may not have open containers of alcohol on a golf cart at any time. This includes while you are stationary or moving.
No, we do not. There is no approved safe way to secure a child seat in a golf cart to any DOT or Motor vehicle standards. You are welcome to bring your own but for liability reasons, we cannot provide them.
Golf Carts are treated as licensed motor vehicles on the Island. All traffic laws apply including open container laws as well as drinking and driving. Put-in-Bay Golf Carts rents to licensed drivers over the age of 18. For those under 18 but holding a valid license, a parent or guardian may rent a golf cart for [...]