The island is a nice trip of about an hour and a quarter from the inn. You can drive to the ferry and take your car over, or you can park the car and rent a bicycle or a golf cart, for a more laid-back and relaxing time.
Kelleys Island is a birders paradise. Every spring and fall, migrating songbirds and birds of prey use the island as a stopping place when crossing Lake Erie. The local Audubon Society is very active, presenting activities, including the annual "Nest with the Birds" and "Feathers and Foliage Festival".
Beach activities abound with swimming, boating, kayaking, scuba diving, fishing and more. Scuba diving is particularly interesting due to the many shipwrecks in the area. A fishing license is required, and you can hire a charter boat for deep-water angling.
Kelleys Island is an amazing spot with a ton of fun things to do!