Whitewater Lake – Walworth County, WI

Located just 15 minutes outside of downtown Whitewater, Whitewater Lake is located in Walworth County, Wisconsin, United States in the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Whitewater Lake is associated through a flow with Rice Lake. Whitewater Lake is 625 lake, the maximum depth is 20 feet and for anyone who enjoys fishing there are Panfish, Largemouth Bass,Northern Pike and Walleye.

As you can see this area is beautiful! A great place to bring the family and walk around, warm weather is hopefully on the way!


Lake Geneva Canopy Tours – Lake Geneva, WI

The Canopy Tours are one of Lake Geneva’s many adventures. These tours are year round and besides the Canopy Tours include, hiking and biking, high ropes, dual racing zip, and team building.

The Canopy Tours include dual racing zip lines, and arbor trails. The costs for a single adult is $99.99 and for children ages 7-15 $89.99. They also have group rates to save you money!

Canopy Tour Group Rates

7 Days a Week Adult Youth* (Ages 7-15)
Groups of 4-7 $94.99/Person $84.99/Youth
Groups of 8-16 $89.99/Person $79.99/Youth


They also have some course outlines included on the website. The link to their website is listed in the top paragraph. If you are to go to the Canopy Tours, I would recommend staying in Lake Geneva for the night and enjoying the whole experience of the city. I am in no way being paid to promote these tours, I just think they are cool!


Lake Geneva – Lake Geneva, WI

About a 35 minute drive from Whitewater, sits a town called Lake Geneva. Lake Geneva is beautiful, the scenery throughout the whole town is amazing. The town is called Lake Geneva and named for the lake that lies in the middle of it.

Lake Geneva is a huge lake, 21 miles to be exact. And so to hike completely around it, it would take about 7 hours at an average walking pace. Now don’t get me wrong walking 21 miles is awesome and all but thats an all day event and some of us just don’t have that kind of time. If you don’t have that kind of time, or simply don’t want to walk 21 miles, one suggestion I would recommend is having a ride pick you up at one of the beaches on the way around. This hike is definitely worth the time it takes and you get to witness some beautiful views as the path winds around the lake.


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