Port Clinton (Ohio)

Port Clinton

Port Clinton, "The Walleye Capital of the World", is a fishing village and vacation spot on the north shore of Ohio. Most visitors to Port Clinton are parking and boarding boats and ferries to enjoy Lake Erie and Lake Erie Islands. It is a very clean and friendly place with plenty of places to sleep, eat and drink. The waterfront is downtown and the activity surrounds the marinas. Ferries leave to the islands frequently. It is the only City in Ottawa County. Locals refer to Port Clinton as one of Ohio's quaint drinking villages, with an occasional fishing problem.

Get in

Boat launch

Marinas:

By car

From Columbus, head north on US 23 to Ohio State Route 4. At Ohio 2 head West. Exit OH 2 at the first OH 163 exit.

From Cleveland, head west on OH 2, exiting at OH 163.

From Toledo, head East on OH 2. For a scenic route, follow Lakeshore Drive (just past the Red Horse National Guard base), or else exit at the OH 163 exit.

By plane

Get around

Do

Head Boats - Port Clinton, OH

Plenty to do here. Fishing charters, head boats, ferries, marina's all located downtown on water front. Nice public beaches, parks.

Beaches

Fishing charters

Welcome Center

Buy

Eat

Yellow Perch - About $5.00

Sleep

Bed & Breakfast

Go next

Jet Express
Routes through Port Clinton

Toledo Oregon  W  E  Sandusky Cleveland
Upper Sandusky Fremont  S  N  Catawba Island END
Perrysburg via  W  E  Lakeside Marblehead


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