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$335 - $575 per night 3 night min stay
$195 - $300 per night 3 night min stay
$1,050 - $1,295 per week 7-30 night min stay
$350 - $400 per night 2-3 night min stay
$1,500 - $2,000 per week 7 night min stay
$3,000 - $10,000 per month 30 night min stay
$499 - $599 per night 2 night min stay
Geneva Lake Travel Tips
Lake Geneva in southeast Wisconsin is within easy reach from Milwaukee, one of the most outstanding areas of natural beauty in the Midwest. Popular with Chicago residents, it has earned the nickname “Newport of the West.” Lake Geneva is lined with historic homes and estates with all manner of architectural styles in evidence from Gothic Revival to Arts and Crafts. These lovely mansions can all be viewed from the Lake Geneva shore path. Golfers, ladies’ groups, winter sports enthusiasts, and those taking part in a bachelor or bachelorette party weekend will certainly have fun in the area. The lake offers plenty of water sports and activities all year round.
Things to do at Lake Geneva Vacation Rentals
A vacation on Lake Geneva can be as active or as lazy as you like. The lake offers a sandy beach, boating, fishing, swimming, waterskiing and more. The area is also known for its golf courses, parades, festivals and antique shops. The Geneva Lake Cruise Line offers trips on the oldest continuous mailboat service in the U.S. Lake Geneva is also home to the largest refracting telescope at Yerkes Observatory which offers an interesting day out.
Stroll down historic Main Street, browse the delightful antique shops, and sample delicious Wisconsin cuisine which can be bought in the downtown area. Lake Geneva is just a short drive from the Alpine Valley and the Grand Geneva ski resorts which offer concerts and entertainment all year round.
The Many Advantages of Lake Geneva Lodging
Renting a Lake Geneva vacation home is the perfect way to enjoy this idyllic area. Many homes have beautiful views to be enjoyed as you eat a leisurely breakfast. Sit outside and soak up the peaceful atmosphere from your private vacation rental or head out and explore the area. Lake Geneva vacation homes are comfortable and spacious and ideal for family vacations or those traveling with friends. With plenty of bedrooms, bathrooms and fully equipped kitchens, it is easy to spread out and do your own thing. Affordable and flexible, they also make good sense for those on special diets.
Getting to Lake Geneva Resorts
Lake Geneva is just an hour’s drive from Chicago and Milwaukee lodging so many people drive to this lovely resort. Those from other states can fly into General Mitchell International airport in Milwaukee which is just 37 miles from the lake. A car is advisable for exploring the area around your Lake Geneva lodging.
Neighborhoods Around Lake Geneva
For a pleasant day out from Lake Geneva, visit nearby Springfield which has a 100-year old train depot. Lake Como has a number of parks to enjoy and is a pleasant place for a stroll. Milwaukee offers a host of attractions including the Harley Davidson Museum, the Milwaukee Art Museum, with exhibits from Picasso and Andy Warhol, and the castle-like mansion of Captain Frederick Pabst which is on the Grand Avenue of Mansions. The lakefront brewery also offers tours to see its production of Riverwest Stein and other special bitters. Janesville is also a good place to enjoy quiet relaxation and walks by Gibbs Lake. It is the home of General Motors which offers guided tours. Janesville also has some of the most scenic golf courses in the area.
The Climate of Lake Geneva, WI
Lake Geneva is pleasantly warm in the summer months, when temperatures are in the 70s F but cooler after dark. The winters turn very cold with daytime highs in the 20s F but it is a great time for skiers and snowsports enthusiasts to visit the area. Rain may fall throughout the year and the annual precipitation is 37 inches, with around four inches falling during August.