Tour the Area


Cedar Point Cedar Point

Offering entertainment since 1870, Cedar Point is known around the world as the number one rated amusement park on the planet and is located quite proudly in the City of Sandusky, Ohio.

Kalahari Resort Kalahari Resort

Slated as in indoor one stop vacation spot, this African themed resort an spa offers 7 onsite dining options, a full service luxury spa & salon, 125,000 sq ft of water park, 10 five bedroom condos, 740 rooms, and 120 three key condos and 70,000 sq ft of outdoor water park. It too is located proudly in Sandusky, Ohio.

Sawmill Creek Resort Sawmill Creek Resort

Sawmill Creek Resort and Conference Center facility is Ohio’s premier Lake Erie destination for productive meetings, conferences, conventions, trade shows, teambuilding, executive retreats and family reunions. Proudly located in Huron, Ohio.

NASA Plumbrook Station NASA Plumbrook Station

NASA Glenn Plumbrook Station houses Cryogenic Propellant Tank Facility , Cryogenic Components Laboratory, Hypersonic Tunnel Facility and Space Power Facility. Located near Sandusky, Ohio

Great Wolf Lodge Great Wolf Lodge

Great Wolf Lodge is a first-class, full-service, year-round family destination resort designed to capture the atmosphere and adventure of the northwoods. Serving as Ohio's Year-Round Family Resort™ . Proudly located in Sandusky , Ohio.

Keys Golf Course Keys Golf Course

The friendliest golf course on the north coast, just 4 miles from Cedar Point in Sandusky!

Put-in-Bay Put-In-Bay

Located in the shallow western end of Lake Erie is a group of 20 or more islands. One of these, Put-in-Bay or South Bass, served as a base of operations for Oliver Hazard Perry. Click here for a virtual tour

Firelands Regional Medical Center Firelands Regional Medical Center

Firelands Regional Medical Center is the area's largest and most comprehensive resource for quality medical care. With more 250 physicians and allied health practitioners on staff, representing 33 specialties, Firelands Regional Medical Center provides care each year to 10,000 inpatients, 277,000 outpatients and 102,000 community program participants.

BGSU Firelands BGSU Firelands

One of Bowling Green State University’s seven undergraduate colleges, located in Huron, Ohio, at the intersection of Ohio Route 2 and Rye Beach Road - one hour west of Cleveland and one hour and ten minutes East of Bowling Green, Ohio.

Thunderbird Hills Golf Course Thunderbird Hills Golf Course

Thunderbird Hills Golf Club is a gorgeous, 36-hole, public golf course located in quaint Huron, Ohio. Thunderbird Hills is less than 35 miles West of Cleveland and less than ten minutes East of Cedar Point.

Sandusky Mall Sandusky Mall

Great Shopping, Dining, and Entertainment! Several reasons to visit the Sandusky Mall Complex. for a site map and detailed breakdown of stores click here. Located conveniently off Route 2 and the turnpike on Milan Road.

Firelands Winery Firelands Winery

The premier winery both locally and within the state of Ohio, has been a leader in the emergence and popularity of regional American wines. The name "Firelands Winery" was chosen to signify the area in which the original winery was located.

About Sandusky

Sandusky, located on the shores of Lake Erie in northern Ohio, has a population of 26,216 (2006 census) and is one of the premier tourist destinations in Ohio. The city is home to Cedar Point one of the oldest and largest amusement parks in the United States.

Sandusky's History

Sandusky was originally a British trading and military outpost and was established around 1794. The original inhabitants of the area were the Seneca but were displaced during the American Revolution.

Sandusky has a rich history. During the war of 1812 the British naval fleet was defeated just off the Sandusky coast turning the tide of the war and forced the British to evacuate Detroit. Sandusky was an abolitionist stronghold and a major stop on the Underground Railroad helping slaves flee to Canada and freedom. Sandusky was also one of the first cities in Ohio to be served by rail service.

Sandusky's Culture

Sandusky has a diverse population and the median income is around $31,133. The city has a school system with a reputation for academic and athletic excellence. Sandusky has three high schools, Sandusky High School, Perkins High School and St Mary Central Catholic High School. Both schools participate in varsity sports and games are well attended.

Because of its location Sandusky offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities. Cedar Point is the world's largest amusement park (based on ride count) and has more roller coasters than any other amusement park. It is one of the oldest in the nation having been founded in 1870 and some of the rides from this era are still functioning. Cedar Point is also one of the most affordable amusement parks in the country.

Boating in Sandusky

Sandusky has a thriving recreational boating industry with over 6000 boats being registered in Ottawa County alone. The boating industry is a significant part of Sandusky's economy with the boating season running from approximately May 1st to October 31st. Sandusky offers ferry service to the islands located just a few miles offshore.

Sandusky's Quality of Life

Housing costs in Sandusky are well below the national average making it one of the most affordable cities to live in. Affordable rentals abound in Sandusky and the median house value is $75,000. (2000) Employment opportunities are in, recreation, manufacturing, medical and social services, retail, and accommodation and food services. Sandusky is serviced by Amtrak, Greyhound Lines, and multiple ferry boats. Sandusky is easily one of the best, and most affordable places to live in Ohio.