Cayuga Lake State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Stretching 40 miles from north to south, Cayuga Lake is longer than the ten other Finger Lakes in central New York. And with depths exceeding 400 feet in places, this freshwater body supports a variety of fish, from largemouth bass, bullheads, and carp to northern pike, smallmouth bass, lake trout, and salmon. Occupying land on both sides of NY 89, the campground is divided into an east section near the swimming beach and boat launch, and a larger west section across the road. Higher rates apply to the 14 cabins and the full-service vacation cottage. Sites 1–36 on the east side have electric hookups; sites 164 and 165 on the west side are ADA accessible. Both sides have multiple comfort stations with showering facilities. Heading south from the park by car, five members of the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail (Swedish Hill, Knapp, Goose Watch, Cobblestone Farm, and Buttonwood Grove) can be reached within 20 minutes or less."