Top 7 Instagram-Worthy Spots in the Lake Erie Islandsby Alex Peter I am Digital Marketer
People love to take pictures for Instagram in Ohio because it has northwestern waterfront scenery, southward rolling hills, and intermediate farmland. The boundary of Northern Ohio is Lake Erie, small cottage towns, and birds' popular migration route. In Amish's peaceful countryside, you can see dry laundry on the line, cars with horses and buggies.
South Ohio is industrial and booked by the mighty Ohio River, where antique sternwheelers gather each year for the maritime industry feedback of the Buckeye State. Be sure to rent a golf cart to move from one attraction site to another during your stay in South Bass Island.
Do you want to make an impression on social media? Here are the top locations with natural beauty and exhilarating adventures; you can take Instagram photos for lots of likes and impressions on social media.
1. Put-in-Bay’s Perry’s Victory & International Peace Memorial
If you plan to visit Put-in-Bay, make sure that you visit the third-tallest monument countrywide, the National Park monument, and go to the observation deck 317 in the sky. You can snap your Instagram photos here. The views here are stunning, overlooking Lake Erie Island in the distance.
2. Cedar Point, front entrance gate 3
Due to its stunning appearance, there isn't any day passes without the obligatory "We have arrived" photo at the front of the gate. GateKeeper, the well-known coaster, will welcome you. It hovers over two narrow towers just over the towers at the entrance. This record-breaking tour will pump your heart into the fun immediately. How about that a big first impression?
3. Kelleys Island’s Glacial Grooves
This site is an example of the world's largest glacial scouring example, which was formed over 18,000 years ago during the ice age. These formations were first discovered in 1892. The Glacial Grooves features a fenced observation area where you can walk and crossover the grooves. An Instagram picture on the bridge that traverses the landmark would be somewhat "groovy."
4. Put-in-Bay’s Crystal Cave
Located next to Heineman’s Winery, Crystal Cave is a must-see since it is the largest celestite geode in the world. How calm is it to be stand-up inside a gemstone-lined hole? The formations of rock lining the cave walls are blue and green as if you opened a massive rock and entered it.
5. Marblehead lighthouse
The Marblehead is one of the favorite locations for photography. Actually, it is the most photographed lighthouse in the Great Lakes region. Not surprisingly, this welcoming beacon has a wonderful park and rugged shoreline, which helps you see other areas such as Cedar Point and the islands. The lighthouse is visited in the summer and early autumn, where 77 steps lead to a sweeping view of the top.
6. Lake Erie love signs; Huron and Waterworks Park, Nickel Plate Beach
These signs show your Lake Erie love to the world. Designed purposely for fun souvenirs, selfies, and group photos, these photo ops will show your family and friends the place you are and how much you love it.
7. Vermilion’s Main Street Beach
The beach provides many unforgotten places and facilities in a coastal city. There are fun rentals on-site throughout the season, such as giant beach umbrellas. A deck with seats allows quick photography of the view over the sand. The stunning Vermilion Lighthouse gives your beach-pic a little more. Another perfect spot to get a gorgeous sunset at Lake Erie is Main Street Beach.
Of the above-mentioned places, where would you find your Instagram-worthy moments? Remember, you can also take Instagram-worthy selfies during your stay in Put-in-Bay hotels, resorts, and parks.
Created on Feb 2nd 2021 15:04. Viewed 188 times.
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