Andy's Park is an 11,200-skate/bike park that includes lights and a sound system. Specific features of Andy's Park include: 4' quarter pipe that's 12' wide; a 9' wall ride that's also 12' wide;a 5' mini-half pipe that's 24' wide w/ extensions & roll-in; and much more.
Parks, Playgrounds and Hiking Trails
Big Foot Beach State Park is open year-round from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Office hours vary by season. In the summer, personal watercraft and motor boats are available for rent from a local vendor just south of the park entrance. These boats are for use on Geneva Lake only.
Picnic areas, fishing and an open air gazebo surround these beautiful gardens.
This 2 mile lake shore walkway is located on the South side of Lake Como, in Lake Geneva. It's also known as Warbler Walkway because most of the state's warblers have been seen there. You'll pass through brushes, woods and pastures.
There are 21 miles of shoreline surrounding Geneva Lake. You'll find incredible estates on expansive lawns that are meticulously maintained.
Harris Park is adjacent to the Walworth County Fairgrounds and the Elkhorn High School and is on the grounds of the Jackson Elementary School. It's one of the newest playgrounds in the area and has a thick bed of recycled shredded tires under the equipment for soft landings.
Hermansen Woods is a hidden treasure. It's located about half way down Como Road (where Pesche's Nursery is located), North of 50.
Located in Williams Bay, this 230 acre wetland area features more than 4 miles of trails through a variety of eco systems and a boardwalk and tower enhance viewing. Kishwauketoe is the Potawatomi Indian word for sparkling water.
Large and fun park adjacent to Central-Denison School in downtown Lake Geneva. This park has a huge play yard on the grass and on black top, as well as several playgrounds. There are many swings and slides and it all sits on tiny gravel.
Elkhorn's newest park is located in Harvest Pointe Subdivision. The park features play equipment, walking paths, and a shelter.