Great Sacandaga Lake

Great Sacandaga Lake is a large man-made lake in New York that covers an area of 42.7 square miles and spans the counties of Fulton and Saratoga and Hamilton. 

The Great Sacandaga Lake is a popular destination for outdoor recreation due to its beautiful scenery, sandy beaches, and easy access from nearby cities like Albany and Schenectady. It is known for its excellent fishing opportunities as it is home to many fish species such as walleye, northern pike, bass, muskie, lake trout, and bullheads.