The Glacial Grooves On Kelleys Island Near Cleveland Look Like Something From A Different World

If you have ever wanted to road trip to see something totally strange, Kelleys Island is the best place to go. It’s an island up on Lake Erie that hosts a village of the very same name, and it’s only about two hours away from Cleveland. To get there, you’ll have to drive up to Lakeside Marblehead and then hop on a ferry. It’s worth it, though, because the island hides the best glacial grooves in Ohio… and arguably, in the world.

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Who knew the best glacial grooves in Ohio were just a day trip away from Cleveland?! These incredible structures are truly worth keeping in mind for a future visit.

Want to explore this island more? Find out why it ranks among the best lakefront towns on Lake Erie! If you want to get to know more about prehistoric Ohio, you should check out the fossils discovered in Cleveland.

Address: 739 Division St, Kelleys Island, OH 43438, USA