Washington, CT, USA

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Year-round action in Geneva-on-the-Lake

Geneva-on-the-Lake activities vary throughout the year. The summer months bring water activities of all kinds, from chartered fishing excursions, canoeing, and jet skiing, to family-friendly bumper boats, beach combing, and water parks. Late spring through early fall are perfect for outdoor activities like winery tours, hiking and picnicking in Geneva State Park, and even a helicopter tour. When cold weather brings you indoors, take cover in a roller-skating rink, penny arcade, or at Ashtabula Arts Center for exhibits and classes. You can also rent cross-country skis, snowboards, and snow shoes for outdoor fun.

Water adventures, vineyards, and more at Geneva-on-the-Lake

Geneva-on-the-Lake vacation rentals are a smart option for families, friends, and couples looking to enjoy the many attractions. Fish for walleye and salmon or simply view the mesmerizing scenery aboard a charter cruise. Rent a kayak or water skis, or try a ‘polar bear’ plunge in the cold water. After a day at one of the Great Lakes, learn all about them at the Ashtabula Maritime Museum, a popular Geneva-on-the-Lake attraction. Stroll through lush vineyards and wineries—most are family friendly. If you’re visiting without children, take a scenic countryside ‘barrels and covered bridges’ tour.

4 seasons of fun in Geneva-on-the-Lake

Summer weather in Geneva-on-the-Lake makes it a popular time to visit. Lake Erie’s gentle waves, sandy shores, and fresh breezes entice swimmers, boaters, water-sports enthusiasts, and sun-worshippers from Memorial Day through Labor Day. If you want to experience the outdoors but not in the water, book your Geneva-on-the-Lake vacation rental during the spring or fall. These temperate days are ideal for families to explore popular Geneva State Park, take a day trip to Amish country, or tour the area’s many wineries during harvest season. Wintertime brings dramatic snowfall and the kind of sharp cold that calls for hot cocoa after a day in the white stuff.