Lake Geneva's famous lake shore path
One of the unique features of Lake Geneva is the path which goes all the way around the lake, up to 22 miles. It transverses along the shore edge between the lake and the many Mcmansion's front yards. It is a public easement so some places have nice cobble stone path, while others are the original dirt path the native Americans used. The origin of the easement was the result of the original treaty between white settlers and natives, in which they were given the right to hunt and fish along the shore.