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Lake Erie Shores & Islands

www.shoresandislands.com/groups

Rethink your next group adventure at Ohio’s Lake Erie Shores & Islands where you and your group will experience exceptional hospitality surrounded by miles of beautiful shoreline, offering the kinds of activities one can only find at the water’s edge! Year-round, the Lake Erie Shores & Islands delivers adrenaline-pumping adventures, soothing relaxation, and everything in between. The world's best amusement park, Cedar Point; the country's largest indoor waterpark, Kalahari Resort; the most plentiful sport fishing on all the Great Lakes and diverse island escapes that are just a short boat ride from the mainland- the options seem endless! This freshwater destination provides an exceptional location for your tour. It is less than an hour’s drive from both Cleveland and Toledo, and is easily accessible via the Ohio Turnpike and other major state routes. From initial contact to the final good-bye, the group sales team is eager to help with every detail. - Submitting formal proposals; coordinating bids for accommodations; providing photos, logos and copy for your promotional materials; and offering step-on guides, welcome bags and visitor literature. Contact the Lake Erie Shores & Islands Welcome Center at 1-800-255 ERIE or log on to www.SHORESandISLANDS.com/group.

Contact Information:

Amanda Smith Rasnick
4424 Milan Rd, Suite A
Sandusky, OH 44870

Phone: 1-800-255 ERIE

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