Category - Activities
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.
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
Ready to set sail? Calling all water enthusiasts! It's time to get out on the lake and see what everyone is raving about! Come experience first hand what made this area so famous! This expansive body of water, is perfect for boating, tubing, paddle boarding, jet skiing, sailing,
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. For more details click here.
GENEVA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB
1221 S. Geneva National Ave., Lake Geneva
Luau in Lake Geneva this Winter
It’s a Pacific Party at Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark
Forget the nine-hour flight. Your next Hawaiian vacation is just a short drive away.
Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark recently unveiled its next wave of themed parties. Every Friday in January and February, families
SCENIC DRIVE #1
AROUND GENEVA LAKE
South Route: From the Lake Geneva Visitor Center office on lakefront (201 Wrigley Drive), go south on Wrigley Drive and curve left uphill onto Baker Street, then curve right onto South Lake Shore Drive passing by Big Foot Beach. At intersection of South Lake Shore
Having trouble planning the perfect getaway to Lake Geneva? Are you overwhelmed with all of the options available to see, stay and do? We understand your struggle, which is why we have put in place the perfect itinerary for your family, friends, co-workers anyone that you may feel would benefit from
The changing fall colors reflecting off of the lake are what make this the most magical season to visit Lake Geneva. Every year visitors come to experience this unique year-round destination. Maybe it's the peaceful fall leaves displacing from their branches, or the quiet rustle of browns, reds and