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About Lake Geneva

With its proximity to both Chicago and Milwaukee, Lake Geneva is a desirable vacation destination in Wisconsin. From beautiful scenery and fascinating history to spacious Lake Geneva vacation rentals, there’s no shortage of things to do or places to stay in this Wisconsin town.

Climate

Lake Geneva enjoys four distinct seasons, with cold winters and warm summers. January temperatures tend to dip down into the 30s, while July temperatures top out in the low 80s. Summers tend to be the wettest time of year, while winters are drier. Though the summer usually draws the largest crowds, spring and fall are also popular times to visit Lake Geneva.

How to Get Around

Both Chicago and Milwaukee are an easy drive away from Lake Geneva, so plan to fly to O’Hare International Airport, Chicago Midway International Airport, or Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport. Once you land, the drive to the lakefront takes about two hours from Chicago or about one hour from Milwaukee. At the lake, you’ll need a car to get to most state parks, hikes, and other scenic destinations. Most Lake Geneva vacation rentals are right on the lake, so you can enjoy beautiful views and quick access to the area’s top activities.

Food & Dining

When you’re looking for a solid breakfast spot in Lake Geneva, look no further than Simple Café. Menu highlights include stacks of buttermilk pancakes, Eggs Benedict, apple crumble French toast, and other hearty dishes. For lunch, you won’t want to miss a meal with cheese curds, a Wisconsin specialty. Head straight for Sprecher’s Restaurant and Pub, and try the burger piled high with cheese curds or the classic Wisconsin fish fry. Wash it all down with a craft root beer or a Black Bavarian lager.

Things to Do

In the Lake Geneva area, the biggest attraction is, of course, the lake itself. Both Lake Geneva Beach and Riviera Beach offer sandy spots to catch some rays, take a swim, or even go boating. Rent a speedboat, a pontoon boat, or even a wave runner at Marina Bay Boat Rentals, and have a blast riding the waves or taking a relaxing cruise along Geneva Lake. The Lake Geneva Cruise Line and the Bay Tour also provide a relaxing, scenic tour of the lake. 

Another popular destination on the lake, Big Foot Beach State Park, offers six and a half miles of relatively easy hiking trails, swimming on Big Foot Beach, and canoe and kayak rentals. Visitors can also ...

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