Geneva Lake is a world class destination, featuring 5262 acres of spring fed, crystal clear blue waters reaching a max depth of 135’ deep. Historic mansions and the communities of Lake Geneva, Williams Bay, and Fontana grace its 21 mile shoreline, and its unique lake shore path offers pedestrians a rare glimpse into the architecture and lifestyle of its fabled estates, lakefront associations, camps, and resorts. Geneva’s amenities include on water restaurants, marina’s, resort hotels and spa’s, charter boats, yacht club, golf courses, observatory, college, and music & arts venues. Centrally located between Chicago and Milwaukee, it is convenient to 2 international airports.
Delavan Lake is a 1906 acre, 52′ deep, “All Sports” Lake in the heart of the Geneva Lakes Area of Walworth County WI. Numerous resorts, restaurants, and bars flank its 18+ miles of shoreline, the most notable being Lake Lawn Lodge with its 18 hole golf course, airstrip, and sprawling rustic lodge architecture. Equally notable and steeped in history is the Delavan Lake Yacht Club. Fishing is outstanding with a wide variety of fish including pike, walleye, small mouth and large mouth bass, crappie, perch, bluegill and the occasional muskie.
Lauderdale Lakes is an “All Sports”, 841 Acre, 57′ deep, spring fed, crystal clear, 3 lake chain on the edge of the Kettle Moraine State Forest just 15 minutes from downtown Lake Geneva. Lauderdale is known for its excellent swimming, fishing, skiing, and 16 miles of scenic shoreline and nature filled bays ideal for an after dinner cocktail cruise. No wonder you’ll see a ski boat and pontoon parked at nearly every home. Lauderdale’s amenities/clubs include a challenging 9 hole golf course overlooking the lake, “on water” restaurant & marina w dockside gas service, Southern Wakes United competition water ski show team w alternating weekly ski shows, sailing club w/weekly regatta’s, and yacht club with a full schedule of social activities. Miles of hiking, biking, snowmobiling & cross-country ski trails are waiting for you to explore, so bring your canoes, kayaks, fishing poles, boats, jet ski’s, bikes, snowmobiles, golf clubs and pets. No need to drive 5 hours to Northern Wisconsin we are just 15 minutes from Lake Geneva!!!
Lake Beulah is an “All Sports”, 879 Acre, 58′ deep, spring fed, crystal clear, 3 lake chain 18 minutes from downtown Lake Geneva. Beulah offers exceptional water quality with world class sailing, fishing, water skiing and golf. Miles of hiking, biking, snowmobiling, and X-C ski trails are waiting for you to explore in the nearby Kettle Moraine State Forest. Beulah’s amenities and clubs include an 18 hole golf course, “on water” restaurants, 6 camps, a Yacht Club/Sailing Club & School with weekly races, regattas, and a full schedule of social activities. Alpine Valley Resort is also just minutes away with year round activities including alpine & x-country skiing, challenging golf, and outdoor music theatre.
Potter Lake is 162 acres in size. It is approximately 26 feet deep at its deepest point. When fishing, anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including Bluegill, Large mouth Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike and Tiger Muskie.
Whitewater Lake is a 625 Acre, 38′ deep “All Sports” lake in the heart of the Kettle Moraine State Forest just 30 minutes from Lake Geneva. Whitewater Lake offers fun for the entire family, from swimming off your own pier, to building castles in the sand at the Kettle Moraine State Park Beach, to chasing trophy bass and cocktail cruises on your pontoon, to competition show skiing with the Southern Wakes United Water Ski Team (alternating Saturday evening Ski Shows at Scenic Ridge Campgrounds beach), or just just chilling and grilling on your lakeside deck, Whitewater lake offers it all. So bring your bikes, kayaks, fishing poles, boats/jet ski’s, snowmobiles and pets, because miles of hiking, biking, snowmobiling and X-Country ski trails are waiting for you to explore. Numerous restaurants, golf courses, shopping and marina’s are also nearby.
Greater Whitewater Lake POA
Rice Lake (Lower Whitewater Lake) is a 137 Acre “All Sports” lake directly adjacent to popular Whitewater Lake in the heart of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. A majority of its shoreline lies in the Kettle Moraine State Park and is heavily forested for a true “northwoods” ambiance. Rice Lake offers a more peaceful vibe than its big brother Whitewater Lake and pontoon boats and fishing boats are more popular than inboard ski boats but the latter are welcome. For the best of both worlds – you can lease an inexpensive Boat Slip on adjacent Whitewater Lake’s 625 acres and enjoy world class water skiing. Miles of hiking, biking, snowmobiling and cross county ski trails are waiting for you to explore. There is even a “Dog Park” at the north end of the lake to exercise your canine friends.
Powers Lake is a 459 Acre, 33′ deep “All Sports” lake just 10 minutes from the excitement of Lake Geneva yet a world a way in terms of a peaceful, crystal clear sandy bottom lake offering a myriad of sports including water skiing, swimming, fishing, and a Yacht Club/Sailing School steeped in tradition. The lake is dotted with vintage lake manors and cottages, many on over-sized lots, as well as ever growing enclaves of state of the art new construction homes rivaling those of Geneva Lake. With a host of restaurants flanking the lake and nearby Lake Geneva’s restaurants and resorts, and Vail’s Wilmot Ski Area a shore drive away, your’e never at a loss for dining, entertainment, and sports venues.
Powers Lake District
Twin Lakes is an “All Sports”, 948 Acre, crystal clear, 2 lake chain comprised of Lake Mary to the north and Lake Elizabeth downstream to the south. They are connected by a small channel under W Park Rd navigable by canoe or kayak.
Lake Mary is 310 Acres in size, approximately 33 feet in depth, and home to the amazing Aquanut Water Ski Team who perform 2 shows weekly at Lance Park on Lake Mary’s north shore, steps from downtown’s shops and restaurants. Lake Mary’s coveted east shore features sandy shoreline, easy slope, endless sunsets, and large estates dotted with vintage boathouses.
Lake Elizabeth to the south is 638 acres in size and approximately 32 feet deep at its deepest point. Both lakes have on water restaurants and boat launches, and anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including Bluegill, Large mouth Bass, Northern Pike, Small mouth Bass and Walleye.