Green Lake has much to offer; golfing, boating, hiking, biking, and birding to name a few. All outdoor activities that will refresh your mind, body, and soul.
Coronavirus Update State of Wisconsin order in effect requiring masks in all public spaces. Please wear your mask or bandana when inside the McConnell Inn until you enter your room. All rooms will be cleaned and sanitized using CDC approved cleaning products, then left vacant for a minimum of 2 days before your arrival. We will be limiting the number of rooms available at any given time, to allow for better physical distancing. There will be hand sanitizer dispensers on all floors. We will be utilizing self check-in and self check-out. We will be wearing a mask and gloves while in any guest spaces. We will be sanitizing handrails, door knobs, light switches in common areas throughout the day. Please feel free to text me any questions about the area or the McConnell Inn as, sorry to say, we will be having limited interactions with all of our guests. We will not be entering your room while you are here, but will make every effort to meet all of your needs as they arise. We will deliver a breakfast basket to your door at a prearranged time. There is a single serve coffee maker in each room, with a variety of coffees and teas, creamer sweeteners, and cups. We are sorry that all common spaces will be closed and there will not be a refrigerator on the 2nd floor for guests use. We also have removed all reading materials and games from guest rooms to minimize contact with surfaces. Mary-Jo and Scott McConnell Inn
There are so many activities to enjoy in and around Green Lake–whatever season you choose to stay. Here are a few ideas, but innkeepers Scott and Mary-Jo are experts in local activities and can help you plan your day to day or weekly activities.
With over fifteen dining options near Green Lake, guests will have no problem finding food they will enjoy. Family friendly, and more upscale restaurants, as well as pubs, and diners are conveniently located close to the Green Lake area.