Lake Geneva is one of three incorporated villages on Geneva Lake. It surrounds more than half of the lake on the east. The lake covers over 8 square miles and has a depth of 144 feet. It was formed by glaciers during the Ice Age. Lake Como is the second lake in Lake Geneva and is home to Geneva National Golf Course. Lake Como is a 1,500 acre spring-fed lake. The population of Lake Geneva is 7,651.