Cayuga Lake is the longest of New York's five major Finger Lakes. It is 38.3 miles long and up to 2 miles wide at certain sections, giving it an area of about 66 square miles. Excluding the Great Lakes, it is the second deepest lake east of the Rockies with a depth of 435 feet.

Cayuga Lake sure is purty.

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