Sure, it’s the watersports that bring people from far and wide to beautiful Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. As one of the largest lakes in southern Wisconsin, and within an easy drive of Chicago and Milwaukee, it’s easy to understand why this area is so sought after. Lake Geneva has plenty to offer outside of the water, too. Whether you enjoy being in nature or visiting a museum, you’ll find something for everyone. And when you’re ready to get back out on the water? Make sure you visit Power Sports Rental Network for boats, jet skis, ATVs, and more. Give us a call today at (920) 428-4111 or connect with us online

Boat Rentals on Lake Geneva

Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy

This 231-acre conservancy boasts a huge range of ecological diversity. It features wetlands, prairie, oak woods, meadow, and more. Over four miles of trails help visitors explore the expanse and learn more about the importance of maintaining biodiversity. A boardwalk, tower, and pavilion provide opportunities to view the area and enjoy nature close-up.  

Bigfoot Beach State Park

This state park offers a beautiful beach, camping, lake access, fishing, and hiking paths. From here, take a walk on the 23-mile walkway around the lake. This walkway dates back to the 1830s, when a treaty with the Pottawatomie Indians guaranteed access to the Lake Shore Path for perpetuity. 

Geneva Lake Museum

When rain literally is raining on your boating plans, take a few hours to visit Geneva Lake Museum. You’ll learn about the area’s history, from pre-settler days when Pottawatomie Indians inhabited the area, through Victorian times when the 23-mile promenade around the lake was a hot spot for walking, to the current day. 

Based in Lake Geneva, Power Sports Rental Network serves the entire state of Wisconsin with high-quality power sport rentals for land and water. We are dedicated to offering only the best possible jet ski rentalsUTV rentals, and snowmobile rentals. For even more fun, we also provide guided UTV and snowmobile tours. Request your reservation today or contact us at (920) 428-4111 for more details.

Sources: Kiswauketoe Nature Conservancy, Wisconsin DNR, Geneva Lake Museum