Erie Quest Charters
Outstanding and economical Lake Erie sport fishing for Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, and Yellow Perch at its finest! Master Guide Rick Millette gives all out effort, with personalized service. Erie Quest Charters operates from April-November with docks at Curtice, Ohio and Catawba Island, Ohio. Rates vary from $90 per person for Walleye to $660 for a Smallmouth Bass charter of six anglers, to the remote and scenic Canadian waters surrounding Pelee Island.
When you charter a Lake Erie fishing trip with Erie Quest Charters you will learn the true art of sport fishing. We drift and cast, allowing our anglers to handle their own rods, reels and lures, experiencing a variety of successful hands-on techniques, tips and tricks. This is truly the most exciting and fun way to spend your day on Lake Erie. You will not forget the hit of a trophy Walleye or Smallmouth Bass!
Customers can bring their own gear or use the captain's rods, reels, and lures at no extra cost. Multi-boat charters can be easily arranged for large groups and are always welcomed. Don't hesitate to ask about lodging, as Erie Quest Charters offers a variety of options to fit different budgets for our guests.
- Address: 10955 Corduroy Road
Curtice, Ohio 43412
- Phone: Local Number: 6147711910
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://www.eriequest.net
Black Swamp Bird Observatory
Located in the heart of the Lake Erie Marsh Region, the Black Swamp Bird Observatory was founded in August 1992 and is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to wildlife research, conservation and educational programs for the public. Walking trails, restrooms and visitors center available.
- Address: 13551 SR 2 W
Oak Harbor, Ohio 43449
- Phone: Local Number: (419) 898-4070
- Website: http://www.bsbobird.org
Mazza Museum of International Art from Picture Books
The world’s first and largest teaching museum devoted to literacy and the art of children’s picture books, the Mazza Museum features more than 7,500 original artworks by internationally known authors and artists. Admission is free, making the Mazza Museum a great family stop for the young and the young at heart!
- Address: 1000 N. Main St.
Findlay, Ohio 45840
- Phone: Local Number: 4194345521
- Website: http://www.findlay.edu/offices/resources/mazza/default.htm
Gene Autry Mural & Park
This mural and park, located on the corner or Franklin and Market Streets in downtown Kenton, was dedicated on June 26, 2004. The mural commemorates Gene Autry's visit to Kenton and his appearances, with his horse Champion, at the Kenton Theatre on August 8, 1938. Mr. Autry, the only individual to earn five stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, was at the height of his film career during that time.
The mural also portrays the connection to and the importance of the Kenton Hardware Company, home of the Gene Autry repeating cap pistol and Kenton Toys. In 1936, the company received a contract to produce Gene Autry repeating cap guns. Records indicate that over 6 million Gene Autry guns were manufactured. In his autobiography Back in the Saddle Again, Autry suggests that it was this toy that reversed an economic decline and "Saved Kenton." A local phone number is provided at the mural so visitors can use their cell phones to call and hear a historical narative of the mural.
- Address: Corner of Market Street and State Route 309
Kenton, Ohio 43326
- Phone: Local Number: 4196734131
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://hardinohio.org