Kayak The Bay
Kayak the Bay and explore Put-in-Bay from a whole new viewpoint. Take a more unhurried approach to your tour of the island by floating along the banks of this captivating region, drinking in the sights, and even taking a plunge in the calm waters of Lake Erie!
Kayak The Bay Particulars
Sometimes water levels determine where kayaks can go. Kayak the Bay leases an assortment of kayaks at a reasonable price.
They offer fantastic group deals, excursions, and instructions on how to utilize their gear. They can also put together special group tours as long as you call beforehand with particulars.
Kayak the Bay is next to Oak Point State Park, the smallest Ohio State Park. They are at the end of the harbor, which has a lot less boat traffic.
There is a restroom in the park if you need to use it before jumping in the Kayak. Storage containers are provided for your belongings.
Kayaks are available in both sit-on-top and sit-inside models. Canines are always welcome to ride along as long as they can get in the Kayak with you!
You may get a little wet while floating, but things inside the craft remain dry. Bring a box lunch along and picnic on one of the beachfronts at East Point.
Kayak The Bay Rental Prices
Kayak The Bay Offers Sit Inside And Sit On Top Kayaks For Up To 2 Hours.
SINGLE $25 FOR UP TO 2 HOURS
DOUBLE $50 FOR UP TO 2 HOURS
PADDLEBOARD $25 FOR 1 HOUR
RATES FOR OVER 2 HOURS $10.00 per hour/per person
Things To See At Kayak the Bay
Gibraltar Island is A leisurely paddle from the pier in the downtown Put-in-Bay harbor. Catch a few great photos of the 3rd tallest National Monument from your Kayak. It’s an excellent place for photographs. The port is well shielded from most weather, and seeing the magnificent limestone cliffs is super relaxing. Cooke Castle has a great history in Gibraltar, built-in 1865. It is a secluded island now held by Ohio State University. This is the location where the Needle’s Eye “used to be.”
The Benson Ford Shiphouse is a fantastic place to visit and has been featured on HGTV-Most distinctive homes. On the way to the Benson Ford, you can see Rattlesnake Island and Green Island. Beach glass can be discovered on days the Lake Erie level is lower.
Massie Cliffside Preserve has a pier and pebble beach to haul your Kayak onto, hike the trails, or sit on a bench and enjoy a picnic lunch. You will get a wonderful view of Middle Bass when you go east.
Middle Bass Island-For better-experienced kayakers as it is a little over a mile excursion over open water. Most of it is private grounds, but you can draw up on Middle Bass State Park beachfront to get out and survey the island if you get hungry and need to chill, go to JF Walleyes for lunch and enjoy the pool out back. You can lease a bicycle and visit Lonz Winery. An entertaining island-hopping experience.
Location and Nearby Attractions
Located only ½ mile from the boardwalk, on the other side of Squaw Harbor, Kayak the Bay is an easy walk from downtown. It also has parking for golf carts, bikes, and cars. The Aquatic Visitors Center is close by, as well as Stone Laboratory. The Put-in-Bay Yacht Club can be seen along the downtown waterfront. The dining destinations of downtown are all very close, so you can refuel up after a rigorous paddle.