Wooden Boat Rides

AmazingGrace_Week_2_Patterson1002The Lakeside Wooden Boat Society offers a variety of summer boating events.

Wooden boat rides run every Monday and Thursday until August 25 (with the exception of July 4). These 30-minute rides begin at 6 p.m. with the last ride departing at 7:30 p.m. The cost is $20 for adults and $6 for youth (ages 4-12).

Hour-long sunset cruises aboard Amazing Grace, a fully restored 1937 Richardson Cruiseabout, start at 8 p.m. The cost is $32 for adults and $10 for youth (ages 4-12).

Each cruise requires a minimum of four passengers, with a maximum of six. Children age 3 and under are not permitted on any wooden boat rides.

The Lakeside Information Center takes reservations for both boat rides at (419) 798-4461, ext. 266 or infocenter@lakesideohio.com. Visit the center for details about cancellations and inclement weather.

Private Amazing Grace charters are also available for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays or other special events. Contact (419) 798-4461, ext. 279 or conference@lakesideohio.com to book a charter.

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