Only an hour and a half from Chicago, Geneva Lake is a body of freshwater in southeastern Wisconsin. The lake covers about eight square miles. Geologists believe that it is a “filled-in kettle” lake formed by mammoth blocks of ice breaking off during the Glacier Age.
There is something for everyone: fishing on your own boat or a private charter boat, swimming, paddle-boarding, waterskiing, parasailing, zip-lining. There are trails of various difficulties for hiking or biking and trails designated for horseback riding only. The Geneva Lake Shore Path is especially scenic. It was first trod by early settlers and skirts the lake, crosses the lawns of magnificent estates, passes gardens and beaches.
You may want to tour the lake aboard the Grand Belle of Geneva for lunch, in the evening or during the Sunday Champagne Brunch. Or you may want to enjoy your favorite sundae on the Ice Cream Social Tour!
We do not know of any cabin rentals on this lake currently.