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Conesus Lake

Small, quiet and pretty, Conesus Lake is the source of drinking water for nearby towns and villages

About Conesus Lake

  • Area - 3,420 acres
  • Length - 8 miles
  • Shoreline - 18.5 miles
  • Max. Depth - 66 feet
  • Max. Width - 1 mile 
  • Elevation - 818 feet
  • Largest town - Lakeville

Beaches & Parks

The Conesus Lake Public Boat Launch is near the village of Livonia and offers picnic tables, a boat launch, and fishing.

Long Point Park on Rt 256 has picnic tables, barbecue equipment, a pavilion available for rent, restrooms and a playground for children. A lifeguard is on duty during swimming season.

Marinas & Boat Launches

  • Conesus Lake Public Boat Launch is located on East Lake Road (near MacPherson Point) 4 miles south of Route 20A. Hard surface launch ramp.
  • Conesus Inlet Wildlife Management Area is located off West Lake Road (Route 256) at the south end of the lake. Cartop launch only
  • Pebble Beach is located off Pebble Beach Road, northwest corner of the lake. Cartop  launch only
  • Sand Point is located off Route 20A at the north end of the lake. Cartop launch only  

Things to do on Conesus Lake

Visit the Chip Holt Nature Center, located on the north end of Conesus Lake, or spend a day at Letchworth State Park located to the west of Conesus. The park is nicknamed the "Grand Canyon of the East". The Genesee River flows through the park and there are picnic areas, trails, and scenic overlooks.