Put-in-Bay Taxis and Transportation
Transportation around Put-in-Bay Ohio is as easy as taking a taxi or renting a golf cart. It is always a good idea to plan your trip in advance and be prepared with a taxi phone number (419-285-5466). This is because when you get off the Miller Ferry or the Jet Express, the more expensive golf cart rentals at the ferry docks often sell out early on busy days.
After you complete your Put-in-Bay ferry ride across Lake Erie, take a taxi to your approved lodging to rent from the Put-in-Bay golf cart rental agency onsite at each! Putinbay.com recommends the following taxi transportation companies to serve your needs while on your Put-in-Bay island adventure. Book your Put-in-Bay lodging and golf cart rental now before it’s too late!
Let’s Go For a Ride!
The above recommended Taxis have been serving Put-in-Bay and South Bass Island year-round, seven days a week since 1997. They are proud members of the Put-in-Bay Chamber of Commerce. Moreover, the drivers volunteer time to many worthwhile events on the island year-round and often live right on the island. So when you make your Put-In-Bay Lodging Reservations, don’t forget to have a ride with us! We will pick up and take our guests to and from anywhere on the entire South Bass Island.
Each taxi company utilizes multiple 15 passenger vans making it the most convenient way to get around for large groups. Finding one is super easy. Just look for the famous Island Club Rentals logo, Put-in-Bay Condos logo, or the new Tony’s Taxi insignia. All of their drivers are friendly, professional, in uniform and on time. Most businesses and lodgings on the island will recommend that you leave your vehicle on the mainland at one of the ferries. This is due to limited parking on the island.
Taxis will meet you at the Put-in-Bay ferry boat of your choice to quickly get you to your destination. Call a few minutes before your boat docks to make a quick taxi reservation. The taxi drivers will handle all of your luggage and camping gear for you. Normal business hours are 7:00 AM to 3:00 AM, seven days a week, during the busy summer season.
Additionally, most of the taxis are open 24 hours on Fridays and Saturdays between Memorial Day and Labor Day, including all major three-day holiday weekends. We can confidently say that your Lake Erie Islands transportation needs will be met.
Put-In-Bay Hotels, Resorts and Homes Serviced by Put-in-Bay Taxis
- Island Club
- Put-in-Bay Condos
- Birds Nest Resort
- Put-In-Bay Resort and Conference Center
- Islander Inn Put in Bay
- Park Hotel Put-in-Bay
- Bay Lodging Resort
- Everywhere Else!
Put-in-Bay Taxis are Here For You!
We pride ourselves on providing a quality service. More importantly, we take our passengers safety seriously. Please consider using one of our approved Taxi services above. You won’t be disappointed.
Contact us via email email@example.com for further information regarding Island Club Taxis, Island Club Home Rentals and Other Put-in-Bay lodging or call 419-285-5466. We can also assist with hotel and condo bookings as well.
Top 10 Put-in-Bay Transportation Questions
Yes. The Miller Ferry allows you to bring your car over. During busy weekends expect a long line to bring your car over. The Jet Express only has space for passengers and bicycles. However, it is recommended to leave your car at the ferries. Once on the island parking is limited and the best way to get around is by golf cart rental or taxi.
Yes, you can drive your car on Put-in-Bay. You can also drive golf carts on the roads. So if you are planning to bring your car over and drive around Put-in-Bay, please be careful when passing golf carts and obey all traffic laws.
Based on previous experiences, it is NOT worth it to bring your car over to Put-in-Bay. Often times you will be stuck waiting for multiple ferries to pass before they can fit your car on. It is an extra $34 to bring your car over ($17 each way). In addition, parking at the restaurants and attractions is limited for larger vehicles.
In order to get to Put-in-Bay you will need take one of the two ferries, take you own boat up, or fly into the private Put-in-Bay airport.
The Jet Express offers a high-speed ferry leaving from downtown Port Clinton, Ohio and Sandusk. Both ferries will drop you off right in the downtown harbor of Put-in-Bay. The address for the Jet Express in Port Clinton is: 49 Jackson St., Port Clinton, OH 43452. The Sandusky address is: 101 W. Shoreline Dr., Sandusky, OH 44870.
The Miller Ferry is the only option when it comes to bringing your car over. The boat ride over to Put-in-Bay takes roughly 18 minutes and is the ferry that gets you there the fastest. The address to the Miller Ferry is: 5174 Water St, Port Clinton, OH 43452.
There are a few options when it comes to how to get around on Put-in-Bay. You can bring your car over and drive around on your own expense which is not recommended.
Golf cart rentals are the best way to get around. Golf cart rentals are available by the hour, day and some agencies offer overnight rentals. Parking is fairly easy to find for golf carts and is the best way to get around Put-in-Bay.
Taking Put-in-Bay taxi is also a very popular way to get around. For just $3 per person they will take you anywhere on the island you choose to go!
To have an Island Club Taxi Pick you up anywhere on the island, Call (419)-285-5466. An Island Club Taxi driver will be there to pick up shortly after calling?
All Put-in-Bay taxi rides are $3 per person. Please keep in mind that all taxis are cash only and tips are greatly appreciated.
Island Club Taxi and Yellow Cab run 24 hours a day 7 days a week. That way no one has to worry about not getting to the ferries on time!
Yes, The Island Club Taxis have multiple vans in service at the same time. For larger groups call an Island Club Taxi at 419-285-5466. That way your group can go from point A to point B at once. Keep in mind each taxi can hold between 12-15 passengers. If your group is larger than 15 be sure to ask for multiple vans.
The answer to this question is no. The Put-in-Bay tunnel was an April fool’s joke that turned into the talk of the town. There was also no imaginary submarine that crashed into the imaginary Put-in-Bay tunnel.