Keuka Lake is known for its natural beauty. It is one of the cleanest of the finger lakes, and is an excellent sport fishing lake, featuring wild lake trout, bass, and landlocked salmon.
Keuka, in the native Indian tongue means "canoe landing". The early settlers called it Crooked Lake. It is shaped like a Y which is unique among the Finger Lakes. It has a scenic bluff over seven hundred feet above lake level between the two branches of the Y. Lakecrest Manor is located on the east branch of the Y. With an elevation of 715 feet above sea level, Keuka Lake is 20 miles long and covers 11,584 acres. At it's deepest point it is 183 feet deep.
The surrounding hillsides are dotted with numerous vineyards, and dozens of award winning wineries are within a 30 mile radius of the cottage.
See also: Visit New York Visitors Guide
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