Features

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.

All Aglow

Talented Lake Geneva artist Dori Davis Beck has a passion for pumpkins that translates into elaborate carvings that are both magical and amazing.

Reel In Some Fun

Reel in some fun at Rushing Waters Fisheries. Rushing Waters is the quintessential farm-to-table experience, located right here in Walworth County.

More Than A Neighborhood

Buena Vista Club is one of Geneva Lake’s many century-old neighborhoods, each with its own unique geography, history, characters and charm, making each place more than just a neighborhood, but a way of life.

From Fleece to Fiber

Years after her husband’s passing, Susan Miller still carries on their shared dream of fiber farming and finds peace on Tall Grass Farm.

An Entrepreneurial Spirit

Read Terry Wood’s journey from computer engineer to artisan cheesemaker at his own farm and creamery – Highfield Farm (the only licensed farmstead artisan cheesemakers in southeastern Wisconsin).

Twin Pines: Standing the Test of Time

Some people may come across Twin Pines, an elegant Queen Anne Victorian residence located on Geneva Lake’s south shore, and admire its beauty, but pass by without giving it a second thought.

A Community within a Community

The Wisconsin School for the Deaf is a home away from home, teaching academics and life’s lessons to Wisconsin’s deaf and hard of hearing youth and young adults.

Around the Lake in a Day

One staff member from At The Lake set out to walk the entire Geneva Lake shore path in one day. We’ve compiled her tips for the journey here.

Sugar Hill

It’s a lukewarm, early March afternoon, beautiful for this time of year in Wisconsin – a balmy, nearly 40°F day sprinkled with sunshine. Near Williams Bay, one family in the backyard of a country home for their annual spring initiation: the maple harvest.