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The beach is nothing to write home about and the trails are walks in the woods but I just got back from the new shower block and ran into a flock of wild turkeys.
There is a two mile Lake Shore walk into Lake Geneva...More
Although I have gone camping all of my life, my husband is not what you call a "camper". I was afraid for one of his first times camping we would end up at a loud, field like campsite with stinky out-houses. I was thrilled that...More
Well, it's good to have "green space" where we can get it and I'm glad this state park is in Lake Geneva. The 4th of July was a little nutty in this area, but overall, it's a way for folks to get their toes in...More
This is a PAY AS YOU ENTER State Park (warning) and has decent parking, but not walkable from downtown. There is a beach, but is it razor thin and next to the moderately busy road. The beach is a sandbar - a term referring to...More
This is a very narrow strip of beach with way too many people. The road runs very close to the actual beach which is a bit unnerving. Hundreds of people set up tents to BBQ and picnic then cross the street to enjoy the beach....More
Have been in both the summer and winter now. It’s a nice park with nicely kept trails, but can be obnoxiously crowded in the summer. Was nice, but a little dull in the winter. If you’re from the area or are looking for something to...More
This is by far one of the best state parks we have stayed at in some time. The shower house is only a few years old. We stayed in a camper and if you use one of their sites with electricity most of them are...More
On a recent road trip, we decided to have a picnic lunch in Lake Geneva. Spotting this park on the map, we figured this might be the perfect place.
The biggest surprise is that if you try to drive into the park, you will need...More