The walk begins on 300 feet of rocky causeway, then a trail of mulch that ends at the 90-foot-tall…
Wisconsin has no shortage of scenic hiking trails, but one of its most unique isn’t found in the backwoods. For decades, locals and tourists alike have made the Geneva Lake Shore Path one of the state’s most popular foot-powered destinations.
Once a corridor of machine shops and warehouse spaces, Walker’s Point has evolved into Restaurant Row, with locally-focused and highly conceptualized restaurants scattered throughout this south side Milwaukee neighborhood.
The average drive-in restaurant is open from spring to autumn and shows off what is genuine and good in rural America: kids with doting grandparents, frugal families on road trips, hard-working farmers, flirtatious teens.
In 1961, a tradition was born and Lake Tomahawk claimed its fame as “The Snowshoe Baseball Capital of the World.”