Posts Tagged ‘conneaut’

D-Day Reenactment

D-Day Conneaut is one of the most realistic and educational annual reenactment of D-Day – June 6th, 1944, and the largest World War II reenactment in the United States Since 1999, this annual recreation of the amphibious Allied landings upon the beaches of Normandy, France, has thrilled thousands of spectators. Hundreds of re-enactors from across…

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Walleye Madness tournament

Two of the four Walleye Madness Tournaments take place on Lake Erie. The team with the five biggest walleye win. Entry fee is $150 for each, with 100 percent of the fee going for prize money. Assuming there are 50 boats, first prize is $3,400. Bonus prizes include $200 for the biggest fish caught. June…

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Walleye Madness tournament

Two of the four Walleye Madness Tournaments take place on Lake Erie. The team with the five biggest walleye win. Entry fee is $150 for each, with 100 percent of the fee going for prize money. Assuming there are 50 boats, first prize is $3,400. Bonus prizes include $200 for the biggest fish caught. June…

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Where to find waterfront dining on Lake Erie

  Nothing better than sharing a meal with friends while watching the sun set on Lake Erie. Unfortunately, in Ohio, restaurants on the Great Lake are hard to find. Cleveland has only a few. (Thankfully Cleveland has plenty of waterfront dining in the Flats, on the Cuyahoga River.) That’s why we created a list of…

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Conneaut lighthouse up for sale

Imagine camping in a lighthouse, a mile into Lake Erie Karen and Jerry Killilea Jr. have spent summer vacations at the Conneaut Harbor West Breakwater Lighthouse since buying it from the U.S. Coast Guast in an online auction in 2011. Now that Jerry has cancer, though, the couple is selling the National Historic Landmark. β€œWe…

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