Introduction to Twin Lakes, Wisconsin
Twin Lakes History
Twin Lakes was originally home to various Native American tribes. It was given its name because of its location on the Elizabeth and Mary lakes, which are known as the twin lakes. The first large hotel in the area was built in 1835, and the first school of Twin Lakes was established in 1904. The village was officially incorporated in 1937.
Twin Lakes and nearby Attractions
- Chain O'Lakes State Park
- Logic Puzzle Museum
- Richard Bong State Recreation Area
- Illinois Railway Museum
- Moose Mountain Falls
- Deerfield Historic Village
Things To Do In Twin Lakes
The McHenry County Historical Museum, the East Troy Electric Railroad Museum, the Lake County Discovery Museum, Deerfield Historic Village and the Fort Hill Heritage Museum are all accessible from Twin Lakes. The Moose Mountain Falls, a 50,000 square foot waterpark, is a short distance away as well. The Volo Bog State Natural Area, Big Foot Beach State Park and the Moraine Hills State Park are also popular local attractions.
Twin Lakes Transportation
General Mitchell International is the nearest major airport.
Twin Lakes Higher Education
Mchenry County College, Gateway Technical College and the College of Lake County are all in the area.