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Grand Geneva Resort & Spa
7036 Grand Geneva Way
Lake Geneva, WI 53147
United States of America

If using a GPS Navigation system, please use the following address: 7020 Grand Geneva Way. Upon arrival, continue past Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark and proceed to the Main Lodge at Grand Geneva, located on the right-hand side of Grand Geneva Way.

Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Enjoy boating, fishing, and scenic cruises on Geneva Lake. The area also offers luxury resorts, golf courses, and historic estates like Black Point Estate and Gardens.

  • Geneva Lake Shore Path: Walk the 21-mile path around Geneva Lake for stunning views of the lake and the historic mansions that line its shore. This path offers a unique way to explore the architecture and natural beauty of the area.
  • Boat Tours: Take a scenic boat tour with Lake Geneva Cruise Line. Options include historical tours, sunset cruises, and ice cream social cruises, all providing insights into the area's history and stunning views from the water.
  • Riviera Beach: Enjoy a day at Riviera Beach, located right in downtown Lake Geneva. It's a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing by the water.
  • Big Foot Beach State Park: This state park offers hiking trails, camping sites, and a beach area perfect for picnics, swimming, and enjoying nature.
  • Black Point Estate and Gardens: Tour this historic 19th-century mansion built by Chicago beer baron Conrad Seipp. The estate features beautiful gardens and a glimpse into the opulent lifestyles of the past.
  • Downtown Shopping and Dining: Stroll through the charming downtown area, filled with unique boutiques, antique shops, and a variety of restaurants and cafes offering local and international cuisine.
  • Lake Geneva Ziplines & Adventures: For thrill-seekers, this adventure park offers zip-lining tours, high ropes courses, and climbing walls set in a scenic forested area.
  • Hiking and Biking Trails: Explore the numerous trails in and around Lake Geneva, including those in Big Foot Beach State Park and other nearby natural areas.
  • Wineries and Breweries: Visit local wineries and breweries for tastings and tours. Studio Winery & Geneva Lake Distilling offers a unique combination of wine, spirits, and live music events.

Southern Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin Dells: Known as the "Waterpark Capital of the World," the Dells offers numerous indoor and outdoor waterparks, scenic boat tours, and family-friendly attractions.
  • Madison: Visit the Wisconsin State Capitol, the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, and the beautiful Olbrich Botanical Gardens. Don't miss the Dane County Farmers' Market, the largest producer-only farmers' market in the U.S.
  • Milwaukee: Explore the Milwaukee Art Museum, tour the historic Pabst Brewery, and stroll along the Riverwalk. The Harley-Davidson Museum is also a must-see.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin: Located in Spring Green, this estate is the home and studio of the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Guided tours are available to explore his architectural legacy.
  • House on the Rock: A unique architectural marvel with an eclectic collection of exhibits and attractions, located in Spring Green.
  • Cave of the Mounds: A National Natural Landmark featuring stunning limestone caves and guided tours, located near Blue Mounds.

Northern Illinois

  • Chicago: Visit iconic attractions such as Millennium Park, Navy Pier, the Art Institute of Chicago, and Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower). Explore diverse neighborhoods, world-class museums, and vibrant dining scenes.
  • Galena: A historic town known for its well-preserved 19th-century buildings, charming shops, and the home of Ulysses S. Grant. The Galena River offers opportunities for kayaking and boating.
  • Rockford: Explore the Anderson Japanese Gardens, one of the top Japanese gardens in North America. The Burpee Museum of Natural History and the Discovery Center Museum are great for families.
  • Starved Rock State Park: Located near Utica, this park features beautiful canyons, waterfalls, and hiking trails. It's especially stunning in the fall.
  • Illinois Beach State Park: Located along Lake Michigan in Zion, the park offers hiking, camping, and beach activities.
  • The Morton Arboretum: A beautiful public garden and outdoor museum of trees and plants, located in Lisle. It offers miles of walking trails, interactive exhibits, and seasonal events.