Limestone quarries dot the island. The East Quarry has a hiking trail attatched to it. There are fossils all over the place. Along the trail, you can see some of the foundations for houses that used to stand here
Six miles of hiking trails through two nature preserves. A swimming beach offers relief from the summer heat. This is where the campground is located.
Located on the north side of the island, these grooves were carved into solid limestone bedrock
about 18,000 years ago. What remains today are 400 feet long, 35 feet wide, and up to 10 feet deep.
Domestic and imported meats and cheese platters served with french bread and fresh fruit. Pizzas and quesadillas, and a nightly buffet.
There is a tasting room where you can sample what the vineyard has to offer. Wine Bar (also serving domestic microbrews, imports, and cocktails). Outdoor Country Wine Garden.
Opens at noon May-September
Noon on weekends in April and October
Favorite Dish: Nothing goes better with a glass of wine than a cheese platter.
The Kelley's Island Ferry leaves from Marblehead and offers year round sevice weather permitting.
The island dock is only two blocks from downtown. Low fares, auto ferry service, group rates, late ferries.