You are at the lake and are looking for something else to do today
Free or Inexpensive Activities
While you are at the lake, what things are available for you and your family to do that don't take a lot of money? Check out some of our suggestions.
Marblehead Driving Tour
Come and tour the Marblehead Peninsula!
Filled with historic pictures, and interesting info to digest, this tour is wonderful for those yearning to explore our beautiful peninsula's past and present. This tour can be done at your own pace and any time!
The tour can be purchased in the online Lighthouse Gift Shop
The cost is $7.50 for the app
This tour was created by a local Danbury student and her grandmother, a local historian.
This two part selfie scavenger hunt will give you a chance to explore the Marblehead Lighthouse State Park and also take home some pictures to remember your day. The outside portion is always available; the inside portion can be completed between noon and 4pm during the summer season.
Go on an Adventure (Lab)
Adventure Labs are a special kind of Geocache or scavenger hunt that is free and family friendly. Choose "Welcome to the Rock" to learn about the peninsula's connection to quarrying and the limestone under our feet.
Explore one of the local parks
There are a number of parks nearby that don't require a ferry ride. Each has its own vibe, whether it is camping, playing on the playground or just watching the water. Take your pick or visit them all.
Marblehead Lighthouse State Park
East Harbor State Park
Lake Point Park
Lucien Clemons Park
Bark Until Dark Dog Park
Danbury Township Hall
Visit the Keeper's House
Visit the homestead of the first two Marblehead Lighthouse Keepers - Benajah and Rachel Wolcott. This is the oldest home still standing in Ottawa County.
Check their website for days and times they are open or visit the site and cemetery anytime.