When you think of taking a trip to Sandusky, Ohio you’re probably thinking of coaster riding at Cedar Point or fishing on Lake Erie… in the summer! But there are plenty of fun things to do in Sandusky, Ohio in the off-season (late fall, winter, early spring).
Looking for a day full of indoor fun? Then definitely check out Ghostly Manor Thrill Center. This multi-activity fun center for families is packed with attractions; and some that we have never done before. I can see why Ghostly Manor was featured on The Travel Channel’s“Best Places I’ve Ever Been.”
Our final stop was to Ghostly Manor Thrill Center. Along with being a haunted house, it’s a family entertainment center with things like black light miniature golf, roller-skating, bounce houses and an indoor playground. There’s also an arcade area and a few different virtual reality and interactive 3D games. Basically there’s a bunch to do and you could be there for hours!
Summer is no time to stay in your house and zone out in front of the TV. You should be getting out there, enjoying the beautiful weather, and expanding your mind with life-changing experiences! Whether you’re an outdoor person or not Ohio has some summer fun lined up for you! Here are the 10 best summer activities in Ohio!
LAKE ERIE SHORES & ISLANDS, OHIO, August 8, 2017 – TripAdvisor, one of the most trusted names in travel, recently announced its 2017 Certificate of Excellence awards and the Lake Erie Shores & Islands region is home to nearly 150 winners! Celebrating its 7th year, the Certificate of Excellence designation recognizes establishments that consistently earn great TripAdvisor reviews from travelers.
Located in Sandusky, Ohio just a few miles from Cedar Point, Ghostly Manor Thrill Center is a great place to spend a day with the family. There are so many things to do for kids of all ages, and many of the activities are fun for the adults as well. There are plenty of attractions to keep the whole family busy.
Eastern pilots: Looking for family fun on the way to or from EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin? Look no further than Sandusky, Ohio, on the southwest shores of Lake Erie between Detroit and Cleveland. Sandusky is best known for its amusement park, Cedar Point, which boasts the largest collection of roller coasters anywhere. Plus, water sports and water parks that provide a welcome break from hot summer temperatures. In town you’ll also find good restaurants, a quaint main street, B&Bs, museums, and wine tasting—enough diversions to please pilots with or without children in tow.