The whole family can enjoy Caddy Shack Square.

Start your day off right your favorite latte or cappuccino at KI TASTE of the Lake coffee / bakery / cafe. Rent a golf cart or bikes at Caddy Shack Rentals (the booth near the street) and tool around the island (on "KI Time) for a couple hours. Then head to the Caddy Shack Restaurant & Bar (or Buckeye Patio Bar for the Ohio State fans) for the best pizza around (you have to try the turkey sub also!) The kids can play putt-putt in our old-fashioned 18-hole course or discover gems, fossil and arrowheads at the gem mining station. While you are waiting for your pizza, mill around in the shopping area, check out the newest Booga Shirts (an island original souvenir created by a local only sold on Kelleys Island) at the Booga Shack. Maybe you need a new pair of flip flops from the Flip Flop Shop? The Beach Rack has all your beach accessories from swimsuits to beach dresses. Perhaps a trinket for the wife or girlfriend from Gems n Jewels is in order. Kids and adults alike love The Island Mining Co. (Rock Shop) for exploring rocks, gems stones and fossils . After lunch, if you give the kids a few quarters for the Game Shack Arcade, you might have a little time for yourself, so head to The Little Healing Room for a relaxing massage or couples de-stress acupuncture. On your way out, pick up some organic, or gluten free pancake mix, stock up on essential oils, body lotions or scrubs and fragrances. Need something for that hangover? Grab a box of Booze Remedy Tea or homeopathic remedy. Stock up on some healthy snacks for the beach... they carry Good Green Bars (quickly becoming the best tasting healthy snack bar). Need something for allergies or poison ivy? The Healing Seed shop has your health and wellness supplies. Now is a good time to head for the beach! After a hot day at Sand Beach or a hike around the quarry (don't forget the poison ivy soap), you will definitely want to head to Dipper Dan's Ice Cream Stand for a refreshing hand-dipped Toft's ice cream (which is a local favorite-"Only the Best!") and enjoy your cone sitting on one of the picnic tables next to the putt-putt waterfall! Leave your stress behind...your relaxing day on a small down-to-earth, back-to-nature island in Lake Erie awaits your arrival!

HISTORY
PRESENT

PRESENT

Caddy Shack Square is a must stop complex, conveniently

located right in the heart of downtown Kelleys Island. The

square was designed for laid-back family fun.

Be sure to bring the entire family and spend the

afternoon shopping, hang out at the patio bar and

restaurant, bakery/coffee/café, play a round at the 18-

hole putt-putt, enjoy our game room, gem mining station

or relax at our wellness center or rent one of our electric

golf carts or bikes. Customers often relax and enjoy their

Dipper Dan’s Ice Cream at one of our picnic tables near

the pond under the shade on a hot summer day, while

listening to the waterfall.  It doesn’t get any better than

that!

Caddy Shack Golf Cart and Bike Rentals offers quiet, and

eco-friendly (no fumes) electric carts in 2, 4, and 6 seat

variety and adult-sized gearless bikes. Stop by the sales

booth, located near the sidewalk at the entrance of Caddy

Shack Square, across the drive from the old-fashioned 18

hole Putt-Putt and Dipper Dan’s Ice Cream Stand.

The Little Healing Room is offering Massage Therapy,

Acupuncture and Reiki. The Healing Seed offers

supplements, homeopathic remedies, aromatherapy,

organic and gluten free snacks.

Caddy Shack Square is easy to reach by foot from either

ferry, only 2 blocks west or left when exiting the Kelleys

Island Ferry and 1 block straight up (crossing Lakeshore

Dr) from the Jet Express Ferry dock and about half a block

north on Division St. from the main downtown corner

(Division and Lakeshore Dr/Water St).

2015

2015

Gems and Jewels was added next to the Bakery in the old

Spinners space.

2014

2014

Taste by the Lake took over Rock Baker Sippers and

added café.

BRB / Bargoons took over the game room back room and

the game room took over the Temporary Tattoo space.

Game shack space was split up and Spinners came back

in the smaller space.

2013

2013

The Healing Seed Shoppe sprung up in front portion of The Little Healing Room.

2011

2011

Rock Baker Sippers (bakery and coffee shop) took over

the Fitness Center space.

Island Mining Co. took over Erie Islands Coffee Shop and

Gem Mining Station added to the putt-putt area.

The Little Healing Room took over the white house.

2010

2010

The waterfall pond in the middle of the Putt-Putt was

believed to have been built by Burt Miller and “Bud”

Holmes in the late 60’s and was not working in 1991. It

was refurbished in 2010 and is stocked with goldfish

during the season and is home to an occasional toad or

turtle.

2009

2009

Erie Island Coffee Co. took over the Coffee Spot

Temporary Tattooing was added at the end of the strip

2008

2008

The Coffee Spot took over the previous Coffee Shop

Spinners opened next to Fitness Center and the Game

Shack was relocated behind it through side entrance

2007

2007

The Coffee Shop took over Java Jungle

The Fitness Center opened next to the Coffee Spot.

2001

2001

The Nut House took over the Body Therapy space offering

nuts and snacks

1999

1999

Java Jungle moved next door and Body Therapy opened next to the beach rack.

1998

1998

Dipper Dan’s Ice Cream Stand was added to the square

offering only the best “Toft’s”  ice cream, a local favorite,

produced across the lake in Sandusky, Ohio.

The Beach Rack took over the Caddy Rack space offering

Beach wear and accessories.

Java Jungle coffee shop opened next to the Beach Rack

1997

1997

Wacky Shack livened up the island with mardi gras beads

funky hats and novelty toys.

Game Shack Arcade was added at end of strip.

1996

1996

The Caddy Rack was the 2nd souvenir shop opened in the

strip

1993

1993

Booga wear invaded the island, being sold up near the

street from the Booga cart. The following year was

relocated as the first shop in the strip.

1991

1991

The Caddy Shack Square property was originally

purchased as an 18-hole old-fashioned Putt-Putt with Golf

Cart and Bike Rental. The Caddy Shack Bar and

Restaurant was added the first year and shops were

added over the years to enhance the area.

The white house at the north end of the island was home

to the previous owner, Burt Miller and spent several years

as an antique shop.

PRESENT

STATS & FUN FACTS

25000+

VISITORS PER YEAR

150+

ACTIVITIES

9900+

COFFEE CUPS THIS YEAR

180+

REVIEWS AND RATINGS

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