The Geneva Lake shore path is a public footpath created by early settlers of the region. It provides a glimpse into the rich history of the area and some of the Midwest's most beautiful homes and gardens. The shore 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. The entire shore path is just over 20 miles in length and takes 8 to 10 hours to walk. Click HERE to learn more.