The At The Lake Guide to Winter in the Lake Geneva Area

While the Lake Geneva area is perhaps best known for its summer diversions, there are plenty of fun winter activities to keep locals busy and draw visitors year-round. Unlike other, strictly seasonal tourist locations, nearly all of Lake Geneva’s restaurants and shops remain open year-round, creating a fun day trip or winter getaway opportunity. On top of that, the Wisconsin winter weather creates opportunities for a different kind of fun, not available in the warmer months. Why not try some of these exciting winter activities in the Geneva Lake area?

Winter Sports

Whether you’re a novice or a pro, the area has several locations to where you can get your skiing fix. Check out our guide to local downhill skiing.

If you’re looking for a more relaxing workout without the added adrenaline rush, the area offers several trails for cross-country skiing.

If you’re lucky enough to experience a fresh snowfall in the Lake Geneva area, get out your sleds and head to these local spots for the best sledding opportunities.

When the weather cooperates, lace up your skates and head out to these locations for a little ice skating.

Other Winter Activities

The colder the weather, the better the odds you’ll be able to enjoy the full effect of Winter Realms (formerly Ice Castles) at Geneva National.

For those who don’t enjoy the cold, there are also plenty of fun indoor activities to keep you amused at this time of year.

And for a memorable dinner experience, reserve your spot at one of several local restaurants that offer igloo dining.

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