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These are some of our favorite links to other sites on the Internet. You can find information on tourism in our area, boating safety and laws, fishing information, wineries and much more. We do not endorse any of the sites. Please report problems with any of the links below. Local weather information including lake conditions can be found on our weather page. All of these links will take you off of our site.

Fishing and Boating Information

Lake Erie Walleye Online Magazine - The Complete Fishing Scene on Lake Erie. Contains Fishing Reports, Articles on Techniques, Video Clips, Charter Information and more.

Fish Lake Erie .com - This Fishing Report Posting page is for Lake Erie and it's tributaries for eastern Ohio. Chagrin River to Conneaut Ohio. It contains reports from fisherman as well as the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Watercraft - Contains information about Boater Education, Ohio Watercraft Laws, Registration and Titling Information and much more.

Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife Fishing Resources - Contains Fishing Reports, License information, Recipes and much more.

Tourism

The Ashtabula County Convention and Visitors Bureau

Explore Ohio's Cornerstone...
Ashtabula County, Ohio, offers sixteen historic Covered Bridges and fifteen Wineries, but we have the room. Ashtabula County is Ohio's largest county.
Drive through quaint towns and villages offering Covered Bridges, Wineries, Shopping, Train Rides, Heritage, Museum Stops, and tales of the Underground Railroad. Ashtabula County forms part of the Northcoast of America, and our rich shipping heritage makes Ashtabula home to a variety of cultures.

Ashtabula Harbor and Bridge Street - The natural beauty of the area and a rich architectural heritage dominate the Ashtabula Harbor scenic and historic waterfront community.

Ashtabula Port Home Page - Profile of the Port at Ashtabula, Ohio at the Great Lakes Industrial History Center. Includes old photos and other information about the historical significance of our home port.

The Ashtabula Lighthouse - Built in 1905. A lighthouse has been in operation at the Port of Ashtabula since 1836.

Historic Covered Bridges - Ashatabula county is home to 16 historic covered bridges. An annual festival is held each year in October.

Hubbard House Underground Railroad Museum - The home is an excellent example of life in the Connecticut Western Reserve in the middle third of the 19th century. There are three distinct features of the Hubbard House: the circa 1841 home of William and Catharine Hubbard on the first floor, the Underground Railroad exhibit area on the second floor; and the Civil War and Americana exhibit area in the basement.

Official Website of Geneva on the Lake, Ohio

Geneva on the Lake, located on the shores of Lake Erie, is Ohio's first Summer resort! Families have enjoyed vacationing here on America's northcoast for generations. During the summer season, our famous entertainment Strip is alive with arcades, amusement rides, restaurants, nightclubs, live music and more.

Great Lakes Medieval Faire - Live the Legend at Great Lakes Medieval Faire!
The Great Lakes Medieval Faire is a shaded 13th century family fun theme park filled with fine continuous entertainment, juried crafts and artisans, rides and interactive games, and foods fit for a King. Visit the village marketplace where you can marvel at over 100 of this countries finest juried artisans and craftfolks as they create and sell their wares including candles, clothing, baskets, boots, silks, swords, toys and trinkets. The Great Lakes Medieval Faire (located 7 miles South of I-90 on State Route 534) opens it's 13th year on July 2nd. Our gate will be open weekends 10AM-7PM.

Winery Information

The Ohio Wine Producers Association

Welcome to a unique and fun-filled experience known as Ohio winemaking. Explore our treasures, discover our charm; rolling vineyards, sparkling lakes, quaint countrysides, unique gift shops, limestone caves, picnics in the sunshine, family festivals, fascinating tours... but most of all, come and taste our fine award-winning wines.

Debonne Vineyards is one of the premier boutique wineries in the United States and the largest Estate Winery in the state of Ohio. This family owned and operated facility has been growing quality grapes since 1916.
Ferrante Winery and Ristorante - See How Wine is Made. From the windows of Ferrante Winery and Ristorante you can see the vineyards where grapes are nurtured. Tour our state-of-the-art winery to follow the grapes through crush, fermentation and aging, then onward to filtering and bottling. The tour culminates in a tasting of select wines. Our wines have received acclaim in national wine competitions. When you're visiting our tasting bar, you can see the latest medals from esteemed wine judges in New York, Ohio, California and in between.
Old Firehouse Winery is Northeast Ohio's fun Winery! Quiet and scenic during the Winter, we come alive with excitement when the Season turns to Spring. We're right on the Lake Erie shoreline, along the NE Ohio Wine & Vine Trail, nestled into Geneva-on-the-Lake's Famous Entertainment Strip. Don't miss the Northeast Ohio Polka Fest in early June and our Irish Scottish Festival "Celtic Feis" in late August.