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Lake Geneva vacation rentals

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Lake Geneva

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Home in Lake Geneva
Cozy Cottage 2 Blocks From The Lake
Kick back and relax in this cozy, comfy and stylish 2 bedroom cottage located within walking distance to the shores of beautiful Lake Como and about a 10 minute drive to Lake Geneva. The home features a gourmet kitchen with everything you'll need to prepare and enjoy a great meal. The neighborhood of Lake Como is friendly and fun with plenty of options for dining and nightlife. We are always available to answer any questions prior to and during your stay and would be honored to host you.
$101 per night
Condo in Lake Geneva
Stunning! Relax in remodeled villa! Lake Geneva!
Your quaint getaway begins in a newly remodeled, ground level condo with patio, conveniently located between Lake Como and Lake Geneva in Interlaken Resort! Just a short peaceful walk to lake, restaurants, pool, tennis, volleyball, boat launch, small craft rentals, and more! The resort community is located by The Ridge Hotel, which adds additional restaurants and available amenities at an additional charge. Many local areas to explore & visit will await your arrival.
$129 per night
Condo in Lake Geneva
Charming, Cozy & Quaint Condo in Lake Geneva!
Quaint 1 BD 1 BA Condo by Lake Como. The association outdoor pool is newly remodeled. There is a boat launch and parking, paddle board rentals, and tennis court. The hotel next door has pools to use for a fee. Dine at the popular nearby Mars restaurant or check out the Ridge Hotel’s coffee shop, restaurant & huge outdoor fire pit! Condo offers towels, toiletries, games, WiFi, basic cable, Roku, electric grill, gas fireplace, drip & K-cup coffee, tea, & water!
$112 per night

Stay near Lake Geneva's top sights

Lake Geneva Public Beach16 locals recommend
Timber Ridge Waterpark7 locals recommend
Walmart Supercenter41 locals recommend
Next Door Pub & Pizzeria21 locals recommend
Big Foot Beach State Park20 locals recommend
Popeye's on Lake Geneva27 locals recommend

Lake Geneva villas

Villa in Lake Geneva
Interlaken Villa w/ Patio, Steps to Ridge Resort!
$127 per night
Villa in Lake Geneva
Villa Near Lake Geneva | Close to the Airport
$240 per night
Villa in Lake Geneva
Luxury 10 Acre Villa~Activity Barn, Pool, Hot Tub
$967 per night
Villa in Delavan
Luxury Lake Geneva retreat w/hot tub on 2-acres
$549 per night

Lake Geneva fishing vacation rentals

Cabin in Fontana-on-Geneva Lake
Exquisite Modern A-frame all WithInnReach
$364 per night
Home in Lake Geneva
The Lake Escape
$212 per night
Home in Lake Geneva
The Lake House
$226 per night
Home in Lake Geneva
Willow Creek Lodge
$240 per night

Vacation rentals with pools in Lake Geneva

Condo in Lake Geneva
Cozy Lake Geneva Retreat with Year-Round Views!
$178 per night
Condo in Lake Geneva
Lakeshore Dr. Condo W/ Boat Parking in Lake Geneva
$145 per night
Condo in Lake Geneva
LG Quaint Condo on Lakeshore Dr. W/boat parking
$138 per night
Condo in Lake Geneva
Cozy Romantic Lake Geneva Getaway and Retreat
$130 per night

Your guide to Lake Geneva

All About Lake Geneva

Located on the eastern shore of Wisconsin's Geneva Lake, the town of Lake Geneva is known for its dense, beautiful forests and historic Victorian-style mansions that dot the waterfront. Despite the town's small size and population, it draws travelers from Chicago and Milwaukee who come to take part in its abundance of recreational activities like boating, swimming, hiking, and more adventurous options such as ziplining and hot air balloon rides.

Several interesting cultural attractions can be found throughout the region, like the Yerkes Observatory, which after completion in 1897, served as the largest astronomical telescope in the world for several years. In addition, a vibrant downtown community plays host to weekly farmers markets, art galleries, trendy cafes, and popular events like the Venetian Festival — with its live music, fireworks show, craft fair, and carnival.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake Geneva

Temperatures and general weather conditions vary drastically throughout the year in Lake Geneva. Summers in the area tend to be temperate, with conditions conducive to water activities, hiking, and other outdoor recreation. If you're looking for Lake Geneva vacation rentals from around May to October, you can expect to find several weekly farmers markets taking place where you can purchase fresh produce, cheese, flowers, bread, jams, and local honey.

Despite the town's reputation as a summer getaway, winter has its draws. Be sure to bring heavy layers and boots as the temperature falls quite dramatically during this time, along with regular snowfall. The surrounding mountains provide sublime skiing and sledding, while the lake itself freezes for a chance to partake in the local tradition of ice fishing. Around the beginning of February, you can attend the Lake Geneva Winterfest, enjoy s'mores, bonfires on the beach, and watch teams from across the country compete in a 72-hour snow sculpting competition.

Top things to do in Lake Geneva

Geneva Lake Museum

The Geneva Lake Museum dedicates itself to preserving and showcasing the local history through interactive exhibits and regular events. Inside the museum is a recreation of the town from the mid-1800s through the 1930s. You can find businesses, homes, and everyday items that represent the period in either full scale or miniature form during your visit.

Geneva Lake Shore Path

This 21-mile walking path circles Lake Geneva while winding through historic neighborhoods and tranquil beaches. You’ll find stunning views of the lake, antique fishing vessels, and the Victorian estates along the lake shores. The path varies between dirt, pavement, and brick, depending on which property maintains the trail. The trail can easily be broken into smaller sections for a less daunting outing than the entire 21 miles.

Ferro Pavilion

Located on the George Williams College of Aurora University, the Ferro Pavilion is open for public use and contains native landscaping and picnic areas that overlook Lake Geneva. Several events are held here throughout the year, like Music by the Lake in the summer. This rotating festival is an ongoing concert series administered by the college, with live music across a variety of genres at the open-air venue.

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