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The weather in Lake Geneva
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 10°. The rainiest month is May while the driest month is July.
Enjoy scenic Lake Geneva with a vacation home
Originally named "Muck-Suck" (Big Foot) after a Potawatomi chief, Lake Geneva is a welcoming city next to Geneva Lake. If you're planning a trip here, you can look forward to outdoor adventures and more. Lake houses, luxury villas and cabins are just some of the vacation rentals on offer in this charming and scenic area.
Cuisine in Lake Geneva
The food culture in Lake Geneva is truly impressive, with over forty eateries located around the city. For delicious cuisine in an upscale setting head to Geneva ChopHouse - perfect for a romantic meal for two.
For favorites such as steak, fresh seafood and pasta dishes in a stunning lakeside location, dine at The Geneva Inn. You'll also find superb wine and cocktails menus.
When it comes to breakfast spots, the family-friendly Egg Harbor Cafe is the place to be. Classic pancakes and egg plates are served alongside gluten-free and healthy options.
Events in Lake Geneva
If you are visiting Lake Geneva during the vacations, attend the Electric Christmas Parade and get in the festive spirit. As well as the parade which features a host of seasonal characters, shops around town are transformed by lights and decorations.
Occurring over January and February, Wintertfest lasts two weeks and features ice skating, children's entertainment and even a "cocoa crawl', amongst many more events. It's also renowned for hosting the annual U.S. National Snow Sculpting Competition, which sees 15 teams of snow sculptors battle it out for the national title.
Sights in Lake Geneva
Big Foot Beach State Park
Head to this beautiful State Park to enjoy a picnic or fun activities like swimming, fishing and camping. With countless walking trails and striking scenery, it is an ideal spot for getting in touch with nature.
Yerkes Observatory prides itself on being the ‘birthplace of modern astrophysics’ and is open to the public every Saturday from early morning to noon. Spend a morning contemplating cosmic mysteries and get a look at the world’s largest refracting telescope.
Black Point Garden and Museum
Black Point Garden and Museum encompasses a historic house in which Chicago business mogul Conrad Seipp once lived with his family. It's now been converted into a museum in order to preserve one of Wisconsin's most distinctive summer houses.
With its serene atmosphere and cool breeze, Geneva Lake is the perfect setting for visitors to enjoy a day of unwinding and relaxation. Boat tours are also a great way to admire the lake's beauty.
Geneva National Golf Club
With a stunning view of Lake Como, this club is a golfer’s paradise. Conquer the Palmer and Player courses, named after golf legends Arnold Palmer and Gary Player respectively, before refuelling in the adjacent Hunt Club Steakhouse.
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