Features

A Passion for the Past

An inherent curiosity has made John Notz an authority on Geneva Lake’s storied past. Notz was born and raised in the Chicago area and practiced law there for much of his life, and now splits his time between Chicago and Lake Geneva.

Looking for Christmas Gift Ideas?

Our newest retail partner, C.R. Goodfinds in downtown Lake Geneva, offers Christmas gift bags.  The bags are customizable, meaning that you choose what items go into them.

Creativity Put To The Test

The At The Lake team stepped out of their comfort zones for an afternoon of DIY fun. After a few short hours, each member completed a beautifully personalized sign.

A Redesign For The Ages

The Ridge Hotel’s revamp took the resort’s look from rustic to ravishing. At The Lake takes you behind the scenes to learn about the creative process.

Smooth Sailing

Lake Beulah Yacht Club is propelled by a lot more than wind — it is driven by a passion for sailing, a close-knit community and a legacy of champions.

This Land is Your Land

Local organization Geneva Lake Conservancy celebrates 40 years of protecting Walworth County’s natural areas through advocacy and education.

Meet the Gummers

Self-proclaimed old men, also known as The Gummers, take to Geneva Lake every morning for a waterskiing ritual that’s lasted five decades.

In A League of its Own

The Landmark Center in Lake Geneva has a storied history dating back to 1874, including more than 40 years housing a popular local bowling alley.

A Culture of Inclusion

From their inception, Geneva Lake’s summer camps have offered those from all walks of life a chance to take part in the joys and restorative powers of lake living.

Walk on Water

For thousands of years, men and women have stood on boards and paddled atop water. Yet the new boards that gracefully skim our lake’s shoreline today have transformed an age-old form of transportation rather quickly.

Lake Dogs 2015

We salute all you lake dogs who remind us of what life is all about. You remind us to smile, because we’re at the lake.