On the shore of Lake Erie, North America's second oldest amusement park attracts over 3 million guests a year with its rides, coasters, shows, and games. Cedar Point is known as the world’s best amusement park for the past 15 years as voted by Amusement Today. There are 120-mph roller coasters, 80-degree drops, and plenty of thrill rides.
Kalahari's transparent roof lets the sun shine in while you stay warm indoors during the winter months at the largest indoor water park in the nation. Features include the Swahili Swirl 60' diameter bowl raft ride, Zip Coaster uphill water rollercoaster waterslide, Cheetah Race 4-lane mat slides, Rippling Rhino and Victoria Falls raft rides, and much more.
Maintained by the Sandusky Library, the Follett House Museum, which is itself listed on the National Register of Historical Landmarks, features an array of artifacts and exhibits that chronicle the history of Sandusky from its very beginnings. Included is the prison camp memorial.
The 293-mile Lake Erie Coastal Ohio Scenic Byway offers views and access to beaches, state parks, preserves, lighthouses, vacation islands, quaint villages, and big cities. Historians enjoy the rich maritime history tours while recreation boaters find themselves in a veritable Mecca of opportunities. A trip to Lake Erie Coastal Ohio is a vacation in and of itself.
Sandusky is home to one of the most beautiful collections of historical architecture in the Midwest. Most of the earliest buildings were carved from limestone, and now a plethora of historical sites remain. The Cassedy-West Building, the G. A. Boeckling building, and Hubbard's Block are among the most popular.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE), the nearest major airport, is 58 miles from Sandusky. The best option for public transportation from the Airport to Sandusky is via Amtrak. Additionally, taxis can be found adjacent to baggage claim, and both shuttle and car rental services are available at the airport.