Cayuga Lake is the longest of the Finger Lakes. At nearly 40 miles long and over a mile wide, Cayuga Lake offers an endless number of options when it comes to boating. From Sailboats to powerboats to paddleboards – there are options for anyone. At the north end of the lake, a shallow weedy area extends south for approximately 6 miles and expands 5800 acres. The southern part of the lake, towards the town of Ithaca is known for its beautiful waterfalls and gorges. Get all the details from Marinas to boat launches to boat rentals in our Cayuga Lake Boating Guide.
CAYUGA LAKE BOAT LAUNCH SITES
This list does not include private marinas. See below for marinas and private boat launches. Hours of operation and other details may change so be sure to call ahead for the most up to date information.
Long Point State Park Address: 2063 Lake Rd. Aurora, NY 13026 (Off Route 90, one mile southwest of Aurora.)
Hard surface ramp
Mud Lock Address: 136 River Road, Cayuga, NY 13034 (Off Route 90 on River Rd., three miles north of the village of Cayuga. For the safest approach, please travel via Route 90 to avoid a narrow section of River Road near Route 20.)
Concrete ramp and floating boarding docks
Frontenac Park Address: 15 Creamery Rd, Union Springs, NY 13160 (Off Route 90, in the village of Union Springs.)
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