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Lake Erie, one of the five Great Lakes in [[North America]], contains a number of islands that serve as a major tourist, resort and summer home destinations.  Located north of the southern shore of Lake Erie (also know as "America's [[North Coast]]" between [[Cleveland (Ohio)|Cleveland]] and [[Toledo]], [[Ohio]], the islands are accessible via ferry boat from a number of locations in Ohio. Lake Erie was named after the Native American tribe (the Erie) who lived along its southern shore prior to exploration by Europeans. A full list of Lake Erie Islands are as follows:
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The '''Lake Erie Islands''' are in Lake Erie, one of the five Great Lakes in [[North America]] and serve as a major tourist, resort or summer home destination.  Located north of the southern shore of Lake Erie (also know as "America's [[North Coast]]" between [[Cleveland (Ohio)|Cleveland]] and [[Toledo]], [[Ohio]], the islands are accessible via ferry boat from a number of locations in Ohio. Lake Erie was named after the Erie Native American tribe who lived along its southern shore prior to exploration by Europeans.  
  
==List of Lake Erie Islands==
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==Regions==
*Big Chicken Island  
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*Chick Island  
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==Cities==
*East Sister Island  
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*Gibraltar Island  
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==Other destinations==
*Green Island  
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* [[Big Chicken Island]].
*Gull Island  
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* [[Chick Island]].
*Hen Island  
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* [[East Sister Island]].
*Kelleys Island - tourist destination
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* [[Gibraltar Island]].
*Little Chicken Island  
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* [[Green Island]].
*Lost Ballast Island  
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* [[Gull Island]].
*Middle Island  
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* [[Hen Island]].
*Middle Bass Island  - tourist destination  
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* [[Kelleys Island]]. Tourist destination
*Middle Sister Island  
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* [[Little Chicken Island]].
*Mouse Island  
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* [[Lost Ballast Island]].
*North Bass Island - tourist destination
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* [[Middle Island]].
*North Harbour Island  
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* [[Middle Bass Island]]. Tourist destination  
*Pelee Island - tourist destination
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* [[Middle Sister Island]].
*Rattlesnake Island - private island owned by a club, membership required
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* [[Mouse Island]].
*South Bass Island - the most significant tourist destination containing the town of Put-in-Bay.
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* [[North Bass Island]]. Tourist destination
*Starve Island  
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* [[North Harbour Island]].
*Sugar Island  
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* [[Pelee Island]]. Tourist destination
*Turtle Island  
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* [[Rattlesnake Island]]. Private island owned by a club, membership required
*West Sister Island
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* [[South Bass Island]]. The most significant tourist destination containing the town of Put-in-Bay.
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* [[Starve Island]].
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* [[Sugar Island]].
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* [[Turtle Island]].
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* [[West Sister Island]].
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Revision as of 14:24, 2 November 2005

The Lake Erie Islands are in Lake Erie, one of the five Great Lakes in North America and serve as a major tourist, resort or summer home destination. Located north of the southern shore of Lake Erie (also know as "America's North Coast" between Cleveland and Toledo, Ohio, the islands are accessible via ferry boat from a number of locations in Ohio. Lake Erie was named after the Erie Native American tribe who lived along its southern shore prior to exploration by Europeans.

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