Waneta Lake

Waneta Lake is a natural lake located in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. It is on the border of Schuyler and Steuben Counties and covers an area of approximately 780 acres, with a maximum depth of 29 feet.  The lake is surrounded by steep forested hills and has several islands, with one of them being home to a state park.

Popular activities on Waneta Lake include fishing, paddling, swimming, and boating. The lake is renowned for its plentiful bass, muskellunge, pickerel, perch, bluegill and other small fish species such as pumpkinseed, crappie rocks boys bullhead golden shiner white sucker common carp. It also has a wide variety of bird species, as well as beaver and muskrat populations.

Visitors can enjoy the stunning scenery from the many nearby overlooks and viewpoints. With crystal clear waters, abundant wildlife, and plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained, Waneta Lake is a great place to visit. Whether you are looking for a day trip or an overnight stay, this lake is sure to delight!