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For generations, Green Lake has had the reputation of being one of the Midwest’s best-kept secrets. With over 27 miles of beautiful shoreline, Green Lake, Wisconsin’s deepest natural inland lake, beckons to take you off the beaten path to refresh and unwind.

New in 2023, the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce installed “Loop the Lake” signage to help
guide riders counterclockwise around this 22-mile scenic loop. Riders can begin in downtown Green Lake and enjoy wooded roads, county parks, historic homes, and breath-taking views along their ride. If you want to ride further, jump on the trailhead of Lauree’s Trail, a paved ten-mile multi-use path that connects the Green Lake Conference Center to Ripon. From downtown Green Lake, chose your direction! Head west to meander through the Green Lake Conference Center or ride east towards Ripon for a lunch and cold beverage.

Need more to do following your early morning ride?

Embark on adventure as you hit the lake to experience world-class fishing year-round. Enjoy a fun-filled day of swimming, boating, or taking in a sunset cruise. Embrace a game of golf at any of the four challenging golf courses or leave your worries behind and relish the day away by a cozy fire at the cabin.

Hospitality runs deep in our roots.

In the past few years it has brought a resurgence of amenities to our area. During your stay in Green Lake, be sure to check out the newly renovated Heidel House Hotel & Conference Center and Élan Brio Spa (formerly Evensong) who re-opened their doors under new ownership after extensive renovations. Book a sightseeing cruise on Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning aboard the Escapade Yacht, as it again graces our waters. New shops and restaurants – and the local business owners behind them – are excited to share the good life with you.

Green lake is an incredibly special place, one that has a powerful connection with families for many
generations. Whatever your visit may bring, may it transform your experiences into memories and
traditions for years to come.

For more information and a map:

Go to or call 920-294-3231