As fall festivals are all set to begin around the country, Ohio’s Marblehead hosts an interesting festival offering an opportunity for its visitors to enjoy. You can get a view of the Keeper’s House from the top of Marblehead Lighthouse, and go for a memorable walk through Lakeside.
All over the peninsula, people make preparations to make the festival a grand one, and also among the biggest festivals in the region. There will be live entertainments, auction and sale, and the Annual Pie contest in Lakeside. Lakeside will be buzzing with over seventy vendors of arts and crafts.
The celebration includes hayrides, miniature golf, shuffleboard, a farmer’s market and a feature film shown at the Orchestra Hall. Little children will get the chance to take part in various fall-themed activities such as preparing pine cone birdfeeders or cookie decorating activities.
The grand festival is held on the shore of the Lake Erie, where there are picturesque views to be enjoyed. For those who love this season with its festivals, this happens to be a nice appeal. Food is likely to be the best part of the fall festival. A wide variety of food like bean soup and the Johnny Cake at Keeper’s House are available.
Marblehead hosts this grand festival sponsored by its Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, Lakeside Association and the Lake Erie Shores and Islands.
Marblehead Lighthouse is the oldest and a constantly operating lighthouse, at the Great Lakes. The famous lighthouse is set as a memorial on the state’s license plates and forms a postage stamp of the U.S. It is located on the northern tip of Marblehead Peninsula. The Lakeside community, otherwise called the Chautauqua community greets families which come to Lake Erie’s shores. Since 1873, it has been offering summer experiences devoted to spiritual development and recreational activities. The community has taken the responsibility to preserve the heritage of the lake, and also offers parking and cabins for campers, and for the various events that take place there.
Visitors who come to the Erie shores are offered many family activities to do, that includes the famous Cedar Point Amusement Park. There is broad range of activities including fishing, boating, swimming, water parks, shopping, and history or seeing wild animals.