When You Take The Kelleys Island North Shore Loop Trail, It’ll Lead You To Extraordinary 1800s Ruins In Ohio

The best hikes lead to special places—places that tell the story of the past.

If you love hiking in the Buckeye State, a little dose of history and exploring abandoned places, then there’s one Ohio trail you’ll definitely want to take if you haven’t already. The North Shore Loop Trail at Kelleys Island State Park leads you to some truly extraordinary abandoned ruins from the island’s quarry and wine-making days. It’s definitely a bucket list trail.

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For more ruins in Ohio, check out our previous article: These 16 Unbelievable Ruins In Ohio Will Transport You To The Past.

Address: 920 Division St, Kelleys Island, OH 43438, USA