Lake Geneva is part of the Alexandria Chain of Lakes. Lake Geneva is a 631 acre lake located on the eastern edge of the city of Alexandria. Boaters can access other lakes within the chain via navigable channels and there are two public access points on the shoreline of this lake. The access on the east shoreline is steep and may be difficult for some to use. There are good numbers of a variety of fish in Lake Geneva. Northern pike, largemouth bass, walleye, bluegill and crappie are the main species of fish that anglers target here. Other fish include smallmouth bass, perch, rock bass, bullhead and some others.