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Where to camp on Lake Erie shores

Want to fall asleep under the stars, listening to the waves on Lake Erie? What you need is a tent and a campground. And thankfully, we found 10 along the Ohio coast — including spots on Put-in-Bay, Kelleys Island and Middle Bass Island. Check out 10 state parks and private campgrounds at cleveland.com/rock-the-lake. Share:

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Where to eat on Lake Erie’s north shore

Lake Erie is freezing. Which means it’s time to start summertime dreaming. Last year, we compiled a list of Ohio restaurants where you could watch the waves while sipping a cold drink. This year, we’ve got the Canadian side of Lake Erie. Here’s a list of 11 waterfront restaurants in Ontario, to put on your…

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What to do with kids on Kelleys Island

Bring your bikes to Kelleys Island. The largest of Ohio’s Lake Erie islands, Kelleys offers 30 miles of winding, open roads to cruise. So you can check out the glacial grooves, state park and hiking trails at your leisure. Don’t do what I did: make your kids scooter 3.6 miles from the Kelleys Island Ferry…

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