Lake Geneva Area Is Your Destination For Family Fun

March 22, 2012

Contacts:

Marilyn McGair
Marketing Images
Phone: 262-522-4745
Cell phone: 262-751-9403
marilyn@marketingimages.com

or

Kathleen Seeberg
Executive Director
Walworth County Visitors Bureau
262-723-3980
kathy@visitwalworthcounty.com

Lake Geneva Area Is Your Destination For Family Fun

Indoors or Out There's Plenty To Do

ELKHORN, Wis. - (March 22, 2012) - It's sometimes a challenge to plan a trip with enough variety to please all family members. A short drive to the Lake Geneva area will put smiles on the faces of everyone in your family.

You can't miss if you include a visit to an indoor water park as part of your itinerary. You can stay and play at the Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark, 7020 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva, 262-249-3400 or 866-636-4502, www.timberridgeresort.com.

For other lodging options and discounted family-friendly packages go to www.visitwalworthcounty.com/packages.html.

Fish all year long at Wisconsin's largest trout farm, Rushing Waters Fisheries, N301 Hwy H, Palmyra, 262-495-2089 or 800-378-7088, www.rushingwaters.net. It's a great way to expose your family members to the fun of fishing.

Stop at The Elegant Farmer, 1545 Main Street, Mukwonago, 262-363-6770; www.elegantfarmer.com, and pick up their famous Apple Pie Baked in a Paper Bag® among other mouth-watering home-baked treats.

For a one of a kind educational experience that the whole family will enjoy, visit Yerkes Observatory, 373 W Geneva St, Williams Bay, 262-245-5555, http://astro.uchicago.edu/yerkes/, home to the 40-inch Refractor, largest lens-type telescope in the world.

Create special memories of your trip at Adams Family Memories, 323 E Walworth Ave, Delavan, 262-728-3686, www.adamsfamilymemories.com, where everyone can dress up in period costumes and capture the day forever in old time photos.

Be sure to visit Millie's Restaurant & Shopping Village; N2484 County O, Delavan; 262-728-2434; www.millieswi.com, where you'll enjoy live entertainment and unique shops in a country setting. There are plenty of shopping and dining opportunities throughout the Lake Geneva area.

Create your own getaway package with a free coupon book packed with special deals on lodging, restaurants, theatre, entertainment, shopping and more throughout the Lake Geneva area. Contact the Walworth County Visitors Bureau at 800-395-8687, or http://www.visitwalworthcounty.com/couponbook.html. You can also register to win a "Walworth County Experience".

For a complete listing of activities, places to stay, attractions, dining, shopping and more visit www.VisitWalworthCounty.com or call 800-395-8687. If you would like suggestions, ideas, or information on planning a getaway to the Lake Geneva area, the Walworth County Visitors Bureau will provide you with an itinerary designed around your interests and needs.

The Walworth County Visitors' Bureau (WCVB), located in Elkhorn, Wis., is dedicated to promoting tourism throughout Walworth County. The Bureau is located in a historic building featuring antiques and vintage items, where visitors can browse through area travel literature and enjoy Wi-Fi and a coffee bar. For additional information, contact the WCVB at (800) 395-8687 or (262) 723-3980 or visit its website at www.VisitWalworthCounty.com. Find us on facebook.com/GreaterLakeGenevaArea. Follow us on twitter.com/VisitLakeGeneva.

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