Kelleys Island State Park

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Kelleys Island from the air, looking west

Kelleys Island State Park is a 676-acre (274 ha) Ohio, United States, state park established in 1956[1] that makes up almost all of the northern third of Kelleys Island in Lake Erie. The park offers 6 miles (9.7 km) of hiking, ruins of lime kilns and quarrying operations, a sand beach and a campground. The park cooperates with other agencies to manage the adjoining Glacial Grooves State Memorial, a set of rare glacial grooves, North Shore Alvar State Natural Area, a rare alvar habitat, and the North Pond Nature Preserve, a lake embayment usually separated from the lake by a sand bar.


  1. ^ "Kelleys Island State Park". Retrieved May 6, 2012. 

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Coordinates: 41°36′06″N 82°41′52″W / 41.6016°N 82.6977°W / 41.6016; -82.6977