This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Port Clinton reviews
"My daughter and I came up here on 7/25 through 7/27/14. This place was absolutely beautiful. Was like a resort at the beach. They maintained it beautifuly. I plan on coming back here in near future. Great place to come, close to home and you feel like your at the beach."Guest: Rlserene Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 28, 2014View listing
"This is our 4th year at this location. We could not be happier! The house is always clean and the caboose now has a half bath for the snorers?? The beach is great. We go for a "girls getaway". But this would be good for a family get together also. Can't say enough good things about the place, we will be back next years as always!!"Guest: Zahni Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 26, 2014View listing
"Our group consisted of 5 adults from 3 families. Condo was perfect for us w/ a bedroom, public area and bathroom on each of three floors. Condo was well-maintained. Downtown Port Clinton was within easy walking distance. We had an unobstructed view of Lake Erie and the beach from both porches. Only three negatives. 1) Dining room table only seats 4 w/ no other seating available on that floor; 2) condo is on East Perry Road which is Route 163; traffic was usually heavy and noise level high; 3) Never could get on the secure wi-fi network with our laptops, Kindles or I-pads; since all we were doing was surfing the web we used one of several open networks available; since it was not a problem for us we never contacted the owner. The entire group had a great time. We went to South Bass Island (Put In Bay) for a day, biked the North Coast Inland Trail from Elmore to Fremont and back, played disc golf and biked at East Harbor State Park, visited African Wildlife Safari and tasted wine at Mon Ami Winery. Dined at the Moose Lodge twice (sorry, members only). Breakfast at A la Cart was memorable. Before we arrived we made a list of activities we wanted to do; there was so much to do in the area that we never made it through the list. The owner was always accessible via email and phone. She was quite helpful w/ her recommendations on attractions and dining. All in all we had a great vacation in Port Clinton and this condo was a major reason why we did. I will recommend to relatives and friends."Guest: Island Visitor Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 27, 2014View listing
"Our stay at this condo was wonderful. The location is great and the condo itself was perfect for our family vacation. We took a walk to the Jet Express for a day trip to Put-In-Bay, spent one morning at the African Safari, and spent many hours relaxing at the pool and beach. We will definitely use this condo again for our next trip to Port Clinton."Guest: Mark Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 19, 2014View listing
Port Clinton Travel Tips
Port Clinton Vacation Rentals Are Conveniently Located and Great Fun
Port Clinton, Ohio sits on the north shore of Lake Erie. With three major airports within a 90-minute drive, and situated close to major state arteries like State Route 2, and Interstates 80 and 90, Port Clinton lodging is easy to get to. Its long, warm summers make it an attractive vacation destination for sun, sea and sand.
Port Clinton Vacation Houses Are Great for Outdoor Activities
Port Clinton vacation rentals are close to a variety of activities and day trips. It is renowned for its fishing, and anglers will find a variety of charter options to enjoy fishing for walleye and perch. Even in the dead of winter, anglers will find the ice fishing an ideal way to spend a cold winter’s day. Its position next to Lake Erie provides the port with excellent beaches. The city’s historic waterfront and downtown area is a wonderful shopping location, with unique boutique stores and great dining. Its proximity to Lake Erie provides visitors with many activities such as boating, jet skiing, wind surfing, waterskiing, parasailing, snorkeling and diving.
Home to the "World’s Best Amusement Park"
There are a large number of day trips available around the region. Visitors to Port Clinton vacation houses may enjoy a day at Adventure Bay with go-karts, batting cages and virtual bowling. Wildlife lovers will find the African Safari Wildlife Park an ideal day out. Here, the drive-through enclosures feature many wild animals along with shows, pony and camel rides. The American Legends Park opens in 2011 and will be a modern baseball park. There are also two waterparks in the area, Soak City and Monsoon Lagoon with a variety of activities. The largest theme park in the area is Cedar Point. Set on over 360 acres, this park is regularly voted the "World’s Best Amusement Park" for its collection of rollercoasters and rides. It now features a new Shoot the Rapids and Planet Snoopy, with rides and PEANUTS™ characters.
Visitors will find many historic sites to visit around their chosen location. In nearby Milan, visitors will find the boyhood home of Thomas Edison a fascinating tour. At the Elehtheros Cooke House, visitors can view the collection of ruby and cranberry glass, antiques, and beautiful limestone buildings. The Elmore Depot and Mattie Heckman Log House is a memorial to the pioneer days that opens by appointment. In Sandusky, the Follett House Museum hosts an exhibition of local artifacts from the Civil War period, including Johnson’s Island Civil War Prison Camp. Kelleys Island is home to the largest glacial grooves in the world and visitors are welcome to explore the fossils left behind from the Pleistocene Glaciers. Step back into the 19th century at Historic Lyme Village to tour this old town, including a farmhouse, log cabins, school and general store. Those interested in the maritime history of the area will enjoy Inland Seas Maritime Museum. This museum is great for children, with hands-on exhibits, model ships and the chance to explore shipwrecks. Johnson’s Island is home to the Confederate Officers Prison, Cemetery and Museum. Over 9,000 Confederate soldiers were held here and the cemetery is the final resting place for some 200.
Port Clinton Lodging Includes Special Homes for Special Vacations
Among the wide variety of properties available, visitors can choose an ideal property to meet their own needs. Properties are available with spectacular extras like private beaches and pools, BBQs, lakefront patios, and private boat launch facilities. Many provide luxuries such as wifi internet access and all have fully equipped kitchens along with everything needed to make a great Port Clinton lodging.