The Marblehead peninsula forms much of the north shore of Sandusky Bay, separating it from Lake Erie. Running roughly east and west the peninsula is formed of limestone and a large portion of the interior has been quarried over the past 150 years. A number of marinas suited only for small fishing craft are located along the Marblehead shoreline.
Standing on the northeast tip of the peninsula, Marblehead Lighthouse can be seen both from the entrance to Sandusky Bay and on Lake Erie. Built in 1821, this is the oldest working lighthouse on the Great Lakes.
The Waterway Guide Team has gained extensive boating knowledge over the years, and now we are sharing all of the tips, skills and tools we’ve picked up along the way!