Big Foot Beach lines the shores of Lake Geneva in Wisconsin. When heading there, the entrance will be between Wisconsin State Hwy 120 and Main Street. As it is a part of the State Park, Big Foot Beach and Park offer many amenities to visitors that other areas may not, including, camping abilities, 5 miles of hiking trails, volleyball and other outdoor games, fishing, fire pits, swimming, and picnic tables.
Upon entering the park, a vehicle admission pass is needed. These are offered as day or annual stickers and the price can vary based upon your age, size of the vehicle you are in, and what state you are from. Be sure to check out the website for changing prices!
This beach is handicap accessible and has a plethora of parking. Your puppy is able to come along for your day or overnight trip as long as they are on a leash no longer than 8 feet at all times as soon as they exit your car. Park rangers are on the lookout for loose pets and owners can be ticketed should their pet be found off-leash. Your pet is welcome in a variety of areas located in the state park; however, there are some places that Rex cannot enter. Any building or structure is off-limits as are trails that have been marked as not dog-friendly, playgrounds, and picnic areas. There is a designated dog-friendly beach area near the north shore.
A variety of natural shade lines the park. This as well as the natural water sources make it easy for your puppy to stay hydrated and cool. If you get hungry, vending machines are available near the camping ground.
As they are not provided, please bring disposable bags to clean up after your dog. Also, be mindful to those around you who may not be as thrilled about your dog as you are.
Whether you are wanting a fun day or overnight trip, grab the pup and head to Big Foot Beach. Who knows, maybe you will spot the large creature it is named after!