Attractions

Natural Feature in Kelleys Island

Glacial Grooves

The deep scars in the limestone here – which a glacier rubbed in some 18,000 years ago – are the largest and most easily accessible grooves in the world. Look down from the walkway and stairs and behold gouges that …
State Park in Kelleys Island

Kelleys Islands State Park

The park features a popular campground with 127 campsites ($17 to $32), 6 miles of hiking trails with birds flittering by and a secluded, sandy beach on the island's north side. It's a favorite of families, especial…
Rock Art in Kelleys Island

Inscription Rock Petroglyphs

Native Americans who used the island as a hunting ground carved symbols into this boulder on the island's south shore sometime between AD 1200 and 1600. You can see the rock via a viewing platform.