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Big Foot Beach State Park

1550 S. Lake Shore Drive

This 271-acre park on the shore of Geneva Lake offers wooded campsites, a sand beach, 6.5 miles of hiking trails and picnic areas. No alcoholic beverages are allowed anywhere in the park.

Big Foot Beach State Park is open year-round from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Office hours vary by season.

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.

The friends also sell firewood, bagged ice, t-shirts and miscellaneous items throughout the camping season. Vending machines are in the front picnic area and near the shower building.


Krystle Clark

Sunday, June 24, 2018
The rangers at this state park location are so awesome and friendly. I went in to buy a few state park stickers and the ranger came out to my car so I didn't have to come out in the rain. She also noticed my little one in the back seat and came out with kids workbooks to fill out to earn a state park badge. So thoughtful.

Eva Sierra

Saturday, June 9, 2018
Great and safe place good r the entire family ! In the park all areas clean and well maintained! Thanks for the welcome to Mary at the park entrance that’s tourism! Very prepared and well informed!

Matt Haynes

Monday, June 11, 2018
I enjoyed going to Bigfoot to explore the trails. They are not paved and I have got stuck a couple of times in my power chair but it's always been my own fault.

Angela Parker

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
It's pretty and not far from lake. Many camp grounds and right next to a fishing pond. I only wish there were more trails.

Shannon Schmidt

Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018
Bigfoot Beach State Park located across the street fro Bigfoot Beach on the beautiful Lake Geneva in southeastern Wisconsin is a great place to camp and recreate while enjoying the gem of tourism vacationing. Facilities come fully equipped. Clean shower house. Good shelters and pavillions to use. The park also features a fishing pond that caters to keeping young people close as the area does draw quite the crowd. Whether you are there to enjoy the lake or hit the the town, the park serves well for both, as well as being a good camping getaway.

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