The Village of Twin Lakes is a peaceful community on the far western end of Kenosha County. It is home to about 6,041 permanent residents with about a third more spending only part of the year here.
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Twin Lakes is a picturesque community where every day can feel like you're on vacation. Explore lakefront living, as well as planning communities/subdivisions and multi-family housing...or enjoy some solitude in a rural setting.
Join our community without the hassle of home ownership. Twin Lakes has many rental housing opportunities from long- and short-term lakefront home rentals to multi-family complexes with all the amenities.
Western Kenosha County Transit is bus service connecting rural Kenosha County to Kenosha, Lake Geneva, and Antioch, Illinois. Connect to Kenosha Area Transit at Southport Plaza in Kenosha or to the Metra in Antioch or riders may request specific pick-up or drop-off locations within 3/4 mile of the route for an additional $1 fee. Hours of operation are 5:55 am to 6:30 pm Monday-Friday.
The Twin Lakes Area is served by several comprehensive hospitals within a 15-minute drive, including Froedtert South and Advocate Aurora Health Care in Pleasant Prairie, and MercyHealth Hospital and Medical Center in Walworth. It also has an Advocate Aurora Health clinic location within its Village limits.
Mercyhealth Hospital and Medical Center–Walworth
A passion for making lives better.
Mercyhealth Hospital and Medical Center–Walworth is a hospital outpatient department of Mercyhealth Hospital and Trauma Center–Janesville. It is located at the intersection of Hwys. 50 and 67 in Lake Geneva. It provides a wide range of service including cardiology, family medicine, critical care, radiology, physical therapy, and laboratory services.
At our Twin Lakes clinic location, Aurora doctors and professional staff combine state-of-the-art medical technologies with caring treatment to deliver high-quality, personalized care. Specialty care includes obstetrics and gynecology, family medicine, internal medicine, orthopedics and general surgery, diagnostic testing and imaging, and lab work.
Wisconsin ranks fourth in healthcare quality, according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ),
The AHRQ describes quality in terms of six priorities: patient safety, person-centered care, care coordination, effective treatment, healthy living, and care affordability. The report is based on more than 250 measures of quality and disparities covering a broad array of healthcare services and settings.