Opens Memorial Day. Beach hours: 6:00 a.m. thru 11:00 p.m. Daily entrance fee: Resident $7; Non Resident $10. There are NO LIFEGUARDS on duty at the beach at any time. Food (no glass) & floating devices are permitted.
Location: South Lakeshore Drive, Lake Geneva WI 53147
Phone: (262) 248-2528
Open Memorial Day thru Labor Day. 9:00 am -8:00 pm. No lifeguards on duty. Beach admission $2.00.
Location: South Shore & Hwy 50, Delavan WI 53115
The Village of Fontana Beach is located off Fontana Boulevard. Beach hours are 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Lifeguards are on duty from Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day, seven days a week, from 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM. Swim at your own risk when no lifeguards on duty. The large sandy beach has a wide grassy area and changing rooms. A pay station parking lot is adjacent to the beach. Daily beach passes and concessions are available at the beach house from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Prices- 5 and under:Free 6-11: 4.00 12 and older: 8.00
Location: Fontana Blvd, Fontana WI 53125
Phone: (262) 275-6136
The Riviera Beach is open during summer months beginning Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily. Beach Admission Rates: *Children age 6 and under Free. *Children ages 7-12 Daily Rate $4.00 Season Pass $40.00. *Ages 13 to Adult Daily Rate $7.00 Season Pass $70.00Beach Rules: Beach attendants strictly enforce the following rules at the Riviera Beach: No glass containers; no alcohol/drugs; no smoking; dogs and other pets are not allowed; no knives or weapons. Food and floatation devices are allowed in the beach area.
Location: Wrigley Dr, Lake Geneva WI 53147
Phone: (262) 248-3673
Admission: under 5 years of age- free, 6 to 11 years: 4.00 Adults: 8.00 The beach is located East of Edgewater Park and offers shaded grass areas. Bathhouse with showers, lifeguards on duty 9 to 5. Food (no glass) and floating devices are permitted. Season passes available.
Location: Geneva St, Williams Bay WI 53191
Phone: (262) 245-2700
Lance Park was built on land donated to the Village of Twin Lakes by the Lance family from Kenosha, WI around 1960. The land originally had two summer homes on the site. One was taken down, the other was repaired and made into a Scout House until it burned down in 1968. A new scout house was built in 1969 and remains on the site today. The site contains basketball hoops, a boat launch, beach, fishing pier, waterfront amphitheater and small stage. The newly constructed amphitheater in Lance Park is home to the Park Commissions Movies in the Parks Series and also the home of the Aquanuts Water ski show. *Public Beach is Free!
Location: 99 Lance Dr. Twin Lake WI 53181