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Directions

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FROM THE NORTH (Toledo, Detroit, Canada)
  1. Follow I-75 S toward Dayton to exit 167 (State Route 18).
  2. Off exit turn right on SR 18.
  3. Go about 1/10 mile and turn left onto Business Park Drive South.
  4. Building is located on right side at 1399 Business Park Drive South.

Estimated drive times:
Toledo - 45 minutes
Detroit - 1 hour, 45 minutes
Toronto - 6 hours, 30 minutes (Take Highway 401 W to I-75 S)

FROM THE SOUTH (Lima, Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati)
  1. Take I-75 N toward Toledo to exit 167 (State Route 18).
  2. Off exit turn left on SR 18.
  3. Go about 2/10 mile and turn left onto Business Park Drive South.
  4. Building is located on right side at 1399 Business Park Drive South.

Estimated drive times:
Lima - 45 minutes
Columbus - 2 hr, 15 min (Take US 23 N, merge onto OH 15 W to I-75 N)
Dayton - 2.5 hours
Cincinnati - 3 hours

FROM THE EAST (Tiffin, Fremont, Cleveland, Pittsburgh)
  1. Take I-90 W toward Toledo.
  2. Merge I-80 W (OH Turnpike) toward Toledo.
  3. Take I-75 S exit (4A) toward Bowling Green.
  4. Proceed on I-75 S to exit 167 (State Route 18).
  5. Off exit turn right on SR 18.
  6. Go about 1/10 mile and turn left onto Business Park Drive South.
  7. Building is located on right side at 1399 Business Park Drive South.

Estimated drive times:
Tiffin/Fremont - 45 min (Take SR 6 toward Bowling Green to I-75 S)
Akron/Canton - 3 to 3.5 hours (Take I-77 N to I-80 W, OH Turnpike)
Cleveland - 2 hrs, 45 minutes
Pittsburgh - 5 hrs (Follow I-76 W, PA Turnpike to I-80 W, OH Turnpike)

FROM THE WEST (Ottawa, VanWert, South Bend, Chicago)
  1. Take I-80 E toward Toledo to exit 4.
  2. Proceed on I-75 S to exit 167 (State Route 18).
  3. Off exit turn right on SR 18.
  4. Go about 1/10 mile and turn left onto Business Park Drive South.
  5. Building is located on right side at 1399 Business Park Drive South.

Estimated drive times:
Ottawa - 45 minutes (Take US 224 E to I-75 N)
Van Wert - 1 hour, 15 minutes (Take US 30E to I-75 N)
South Bend, IN - 3 hours, 15 minutes
Chicago, IL - 5 hours (Take I-90 E to I-75 S)

DIRECTIONS TO HANCOCK-WOOD OFFICE ON KELLEYS ISLAND, OH

There are several modes of transportation to Kelleys Island from the mainland. For rates/schedule, contact each individually.

Dairy Air Flying Service

Griffing Flying Services

         3115 Cleveland Rd.
         Sandusky, OH 44870
         419-626-5161 or 419-626-8775
         419-626-0216 Fax

Island Rocket

Jet Express Shuttle

         4 N. Jefferson St.
         Port Clinton, OH 43452
         800-90-FERRY

Kelleys Island Ferry Boat Lines and Seaway Marina

         Marblehead Ferry Dock
         510 Main St.
         Marblehead, OH 43440
         888-225-4325 or 419-798-9763
         419-798-8009 Fax

Miller Boat Line

         P.O. Box 239
         Put-in-Bay, OH 43456
         800-500-2421 or 419-285-2421

Once you're on the island, the Hancock-Wood office is located at 429 W. Lakeshore Drive on the southwest corner of the island. The office shares a building with the US Post Office. For more on Kelleys Island, including maps, click here.

DIRECTIONS TO OUR STATEWIDE ASSOC.: OREC - COLUMBUS, OH (From Hancock-Wood office)
  1. Take I-75 S to Rt-15 S.
  2. Rt-15 S then turns into US-23 S.
  3. Take US-23 S to greater Columbus area (go over I-270).
  4. Turn left on E Wilson Bridge Rd and go about 1 mile.
  5. E Wilson Bridge Rd turns into Huntley Rd at Worthington Galena Rd intersection.
  6. Proceed onto Huntley Rd (cross railroad tracks).
  7. Turn left on Schrock Rd, then turn right into OREC parking lot.
  8. OREC is located on right side at 6677 Busch Blvd., PO Box 26036, Columbus, OH  43226-0036, 614-846-5757, 614-846-7108 Fax.

Estimated drive time: 2 hours

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