Traveling in the summer months is second nature to most families. Parents love to take advantage of school vacations and warm weather to form lasting memories with their kids, and a trip to the lake is the perfect answer. However, with the recent shutdown of most of the country, many spring and summer trips have been postponed or canceled, so you might be feeling like you’ve missed your chance for a family vacation this year. Don’t worry! Now that the country is opening back up and traveling is safe again, you can still plan a trip to Lake Geneva! If you’re still hesitant, let our team at Power Sports Rental Network answer a few questions you might have, and get you on your way!

Summer Break on Lake Geneva

What Activities Can We Do?

You and your family has been cooped up for months and you’re likely anxious to have an adventure. Lake Geneva is the perfect getaway for outdoor activities, and we at Power Sports Rental Network specialize in providing the ultimate watersport rentals. A boat rental is the perfect way to see more of the lake than you would if you stayed on the beach. Enjoy a day of tubing or try your hand at fishing. Or, if you have the need for speed, try one of our jet ski rentals!

Where Can We Stay?

Now that you know how you’ll be spending your days, it’s time to plan where you’ll spend your nights. For a quality place to stay, we recommend the backwoods cottages at Cottages on Serenity Lake, or the luxurious Fox Hills Resort. Contact us at (920) 428-4111 for more information about local lodging options.

Is It More Expensive to Travel at the Last Minute?

No, not necessarily. Sometimes you can even get a better deal versus booking ahead. Some hotels might have last-minute openings, and some airlines may have last-minute deals depending on how booked they are and where you are traveling from.

Don’t wait any longer to plan your summer trip to Lake Geneva. Check out Power Sports Rental Network’s current specials on boat rentals and request your reservation online, or call us at (920) 428-4111 today!