LAKE GENEVA — The beach at Big Foot Beach State Park in Lake Geneva is temporarily closed due to what the DNR calls “safety concerns.”
A notice posted April 30 to the Big Foot Beach State Park web page on the DNR website said the closure will remain in effect until further notice.
(We’re awaiting a response from the DNR with further details)
The abrupt closure comes as most COVID-19 related restrictions in Wisconsin state parks have been lifted.
In addition to the operations updates, the following amenities continue to be available to state park visitors:
- Family camping (100% reservable with auto check-in)
- Playgrounds will reopen
- Outdoor group camping, maximum capacity of 100 people (100% reservable with auto check-in)
- Bathroom and dump station facilities
- Drive-up window service
- Concessions, including firewood sales