Lake Geneva, WI - The beauty of Lake Geneva, WI is undeniable. The rolling hills, the beaches, and the quaint town have made this area a popular retreat destination for over 150 years. In the early years, Lake Geneva served as the summer destination for many wealthy families from Chicago. These families built many of the mansions that rest on the shores of the lake, and each one has a history as unique as it's architecture.

One of the most popular attractions of the area is a walking path around the lake, about two feet wide and over 20 miles long. This path literally cuts through the back yards of these mansions, and is completely open to the public by virtue of an Indian treaty signed in 1833. Each property owner is responsible for maintaining their section of the path, and walkers can experience a wide variety of terrain. Along this path, there is one section that has been deemed "The Miracle Path."


Welcome to The MIracle Path

A dictionary may define a "miracle" as an event that appears inexplicable by the laws of nature - one that excites alarming awe. Unfortunately, the definition fails to capture the undeniable angst that forces the desire, and the supreme elation on the day the miracle arrives.

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