Marblehead is a village in Northwest Ohio. It is located on the Marblehead Peninsula, which divides Lake Erie from the Sandusky Bay.
Marblehead is about an hour east of Toledo and 1 1/2 hours west of Cleveland. From Sandusky it takes about 20 minutes.
Kelleys Island Ferry, 510 West Main Street, ☎ +1 419-798-9763 (email@example.com, fax: +1 419-798-8009), . The schedule varies depending on the season, but generally a ferry runs once an hour.. Adults/Seniors/Children 6-11/Children under 5 ($14/10/7/Free); Automobiles/Motorcycles/Bicycles ($26/14/6). Parking $8.
Dempsey's Access, CR 136 (Bayshore Rd.) at CR 140.
East Harbor State Park, N. Buck Rd. (off SR 269) 1+ 419-734-4424
Johnson's Island Museum and Information Center, 414 W. Main.  Scale model and artifacts. Hours vary.
The Keepers House, 9999 E. Bayshore Dr. Built in 1822, it was the residence of the first three lighthouse keepers.
Marblehead Lighthouse, 110 Lighthouse Drive, ☎ +1 419-734-4424. May 29-Aug 31: M-F 1PM-4:45PM; June-Oct: Second Sa of the month 10AM-3PM. Climb to the top for a great view. There is also a mini-museum in the Keeper's House
Lighthouse & Keepers House
Train-O-Rama, 6732 East Harbor Road, ☎ +1 419-734-5856 (firstname.lastname@example.org, fax: +1 419-660-0133). Memorial Day-Labor Day: M-Sa 10AM-6PM, Su 1PM-6PM; Labor Day-Memorial Day M-Sa 11AM-5PM, Su 1PM-5PM. Large display of an operating multi-gauge model railroad.$6/5/4 (Adults/Seniors/Children 4-11).
Prehistoric Forest and Mystery Hill, 8232 East Harbor Rd., ☎ +1 419-798-5230 (email@example.com). Memorial Day-Labor Day: M-F 10AM-7PM; Labor Day-Memorial Day: Sa-Sa 10AM-7PM. Walk through the Prehistoric Forest and see life-sized dinosaurs, or check out Mystery Hills to see things that clain to "defy the laws of nature and gravity".$7.95/$5.95 (Adults/Seniors & Children under 12).
East Harbor State Park Beach, 1169 N. Buck Rd. (off SR 269)
Sportsman Charter Services, East Harbor State Park Marina, 1+ 419-798-4720
Tibbels Charter Service, 6965 East Harbor Rd. 1+419-734-1143
St. Marys - in front of Light House
Mels Crows Nest Restaurant and Lounge, 2170 N. Buck Rd. 1+ 419-734-1742
Johnsons Island is accessible by car from Marblehead. During the American Civil War Johnson's island was used as a POW camp. The cemetery is the only part of the island open to the public, and there is a $2 to use the causeway.
Cedar Point Amusement Park is just across the bay from the eastern part of Marblehead. If possible, take a private boat to one of the marinas on the island and bypass all of the traffic.