The Geneva Lake Shore Path is a public footpath created by early settlers of the region. The path meanders along the lakeshore, crossing the front lawns of lakefront estates, association beaches and public parks. The terrain is meant for walkers and varies from grass to dirt to brick and concrete.
Author: Joe Tominaro
Everyone knows that to fully enjoy summer in Wisconsin, you must spend a week or two in the gorgeous Lake Geneva Region. Whether it's downtown or around town. There are so many places to visit and sites to see on land, air and on water. You just might have to come back a few more times to see it all
Father's Day is right around the corner! From now until Sunday June 17, if you buy $50 in gift cards from Hawk's View Golf Club, you will get 20% off your men's apparel and footwear purchase in our Proshop! If you book a tee time before 1 PM on Father's Day, June 17,
Spring has sprung and so has Lake Geneva! We are counting down our favorite Lake Geneva area events beginning now until late summer. Time to get outside and enjoy what warmer weather in Wisconsin has to offer you and your family this year.
We are counting down the top courses to visit on your next trip to the Lake Geneva Region. We have covered every course from Lake Geneva, to Delavan, to Elkhorn and back to Fontana, WI. Read more about Lake Geneva golf courses.
GENEVA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB
1221 S. Geneva National Ave., Lake Geneva
Newly engaged? Then you won't want to miss our count down of the Top Wedding Venues in Lake Geneva. Make sure to plan efficiently and cover all of your bridal bases when it comes to your special day. Make it a grand occasion and honeymoon in Lake Geneva for a week long celebration with your loved
Looking for the perfect way to spend your Spring Break? Look no further, with over 20 different deals going on throughout The Lake Geneva Region, we have the perfect packages for a week spent with the entire family or significant other in Lake Geneva. Luckily we have already picked out the TOP 5
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ALL ABOARD FOR LAKE GENEVA!
1871: The two most significant events that helped propagate what Lake Geneva is today, were the first train service to enter the area and the Great Chicago Fire on Oct. 8 – Oct. 10,