From our 11 Finger Lakes and the Great Lake Ontario to several smaller lakes, rivers and historic canals our waters serve as a place for great relaxation and comfort.

Canandaigua Lake: Fourth largest of the Finger Lakes and home to Squaw Island

Cayuga Lake: The longest of the Finger Lakes

Cayuta Lake: Great for warm-water fishing

Chemung River: A wildlife mecca

Cohocton River: Excellent trout fishing

Conesus Lake: The westernmost Finger Lake

Erie Canal: An engineering marvel

Genesee River: The Genesee travels past several dramatic waterfalls

Green Lakes State Park: Comprised of two lakes, Green and Round Lakes

Hemlock and Canadice Lakes: Together they are the Hemlock-Canadice State Forest

Honeoye Lake: The second-smallest and shallowest of the Finger Lakes

Keuka Lake: The only lake in the country that flows both north and south

Lake Ontario: The Finger Lakes Region's "Great Lake"

Port of Rochester | Irondequoit Bay | Little Sodus Bay | Sodus Bay | Braddock Bay

Little York Lake and Hope Lake: Two Cortland County lakes

Oneida Lake: Sometimes referred to as the "thumb" of the Finger Lakes

Onondaga Lake: Considered a sacred lake by the Onondaga Nation

Otisco Lake: The easternmost of the Finger Lakes

Owasco Lake: A shallow lake great for swimming

Seneca Cayuga Canal: Connects the two largest Finger Lakes

Seneca Lake: The largest of the Finger Lakes

Skaneateles Lake: Ranked among the cleanest lakes in America

Susquehanna River: Longest River on the east coast of the U.S.

Tioughnioga River: Great for boating and fishing

Waneta & Lamoka Lake: Two great fishing lakes