Friday, December 21 – 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, December 29 – 8:30 p.m.
Hop aboard our “Naughty or Nice” Tour with John Ludy to sing holiday songs for all to enjoy. Sorry, adults only. (ages 21 and over)
For reservations visit www.santacruiselakegeneva.com or 262 248 6206.
Thursday, December 6 – 4:30, 5:30 & 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 16 – 5:30, 6:30 & 7:30 p.m.
Timeless Music Review provides entertainment as you pass the light displays on your way to and from Santa’s hideaway.
Tour departs from Gage Marina/Pier 290 at 1 Liechty Drive, Williams Bay, Wisconsin.
For reservations: www.santacruiselakegeneva.com or 262-248-6206
Join us for some Halloween fun on Saturday, October 28th.
The 1:00 Full Lake tour will be a trick-or-treat cruise with characters jumping on board during the tour to deliver candy to the kids of all ages. Wear your Halloween costume or just come along in your everyday clothes to celebrate the holiday. There will be a narrated tour in between the trick-or-treating.
There will be fun for the adults on Halloween as well. Come on board our 6:00 Costume Cocktail Cruise. The two hour cruise will have entertainment by Charlie Smith, drink specials, complimentary snacks…as well as a 2018 PASSPORT for the best dressed winners. Celebrate Halloween with us on board the climate controlled Grand Belle and possibly win free tours throughout next season.
Click here to get your tickets for the two hour Full Lake tour and/or Cocktail Cruise on the 28th.
Lake Geneva remains one of the most popular weekend getaways for families living in nearby cities like Milwaukee and Chicago. It’s most notable for it’s large picturesque lake and collection of extravagant homes, but what many do not know is the multitude of fun family oriented activities that are available.
Well, hello there! This post with the second half of Allison & Brad’s Lake Geneva wedding is super overdue! But we would be remiss if we didn’t share the lovely photos by Lisa Mathewson of their beautiful reception at Lake Geneva Country Club. As a refresher, here are the photos from the first half of their wedding day, including their ceremony. And now… onto the pictures!
The U.S. Mailboat Tour was just listed as one of the “6 Sites for the Modern Traveller”. You have permission to live in the past. In fact, you’re encouraged to do just that at historic sites in Wisconsin. Here are Six that bridge past to present by profiling dreamers and doers, celebrating Wisconsin ingenuity and preserving the state’s distinct sense of place, while also making some unexpected ties to 21st century interests.