Located in on Geneva Lake in Wisconsin, Lake Geneva is a resort city filled with mansions, beautiful beaches, and just about anything the average dog owner could desire. Not only does the city feature twelve dog-friendly restaurants, but there are also dog-friendly stores, hiking trails, and tours to explore. You don’t just have to be among the rich and famous to enjoy this striking dog locale; just pack your bags for a doggy day trip, whether you be a permanent resident nearby or if you’re just passing through.
You’d be out of your doggone mind to miss out on the many locations available to explore -- not least of all the Barrique Wine and Brew Bar. This furrific Fido-friendly eatery offers any number of craft beers your heart may desire, not to mention an expansive wine list to choose from (featuring over 30 wines)! Your darling dog will be welcome to join you on the outdoor patio, which offers beautiful views of the lake and beaches. The wait staff is known to be incredibly accommodating, providing a bowl of water for your pup, as well as a nice milkbone for them to munch on.
The first destination on your doggy day trip to-do list should, without a doubt, be Lake Shore Drive, where you’ll find the beautiful Lakeshore Path. An expansive paved path that circles the lake, you’re welcome to bring your leashed dog here and get in a nice morning jog or just a casual stroll. The best part of this locale is the scenery, which can’t be beat with a stick (not even that big one your dog found). Bring some fresh drinking water to keep both puppy and yourself hydrated -- this could be one long walk, if you make it one.
If you’re in Lake Geneva, you absolutely can’t miss out on the Lake Geneva Canopy Tours. The tours feature a number of exciting activities, including zip lines and the titular Canopy Tours. If it’s just you and Fido, though, don’t worry! There are still plenty of hiking and biking trails for the two of you to explore as long as your pup pal is on his trusty little leash. Dogs are more than welcome in this area -- you’re encouraged to bring Fido along, as long as you don’t leave him unattended and you pick up after your precious pup, of course.