Keuka Lake is the central lake of the Finger Lakes which are located in Western New York.

Founded in 1956, the Keuka Lake Association, with over 1600 members, provides a unified voice for those who love Keuka Lake.

Our mission is to preserve and protect Keuka Lake and its natural beauty for future generations.

Keuka is a most special Finger Lake because of the unusual 'Y' shape the lake possesses. Keuka Lake's Bluff Point forms the peninsula in the lake giving it this unique shape.

Please join the Keuka Lake Association and help us protect the beauty of Keuka Lake.

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Lake Protection
Educational Resources
To Preserve and Protect Keuka Lake



KLA-LCC Golf Tournament July 15, 2019

Come join us for our first golf tournament!! 4-person teams. KLA-LCC Golf Tournament Application is attached, ready to print and mail in!
Contact the KLA Office (315-694-7324) or LCC Office (315-531-8847) to become a hole sponsor.

Click on Announcements below to "read more" for the application.
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KLA Appreciation Weekend at the Curtiss Museum

For KLA members:

50% Admission
40% off apparel 

July 29-30


Annual Turtle Crossing

Each May and June, Motorists Should be on the Alert for Turtles Crossing the Road
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Cisco - DEC and Researcingh Bait Fish

For details go to Nav & Rec posts above.


DEC recommends "0" Lawn Fertilizer

Look for the zero! Before buying lawn fertilizer, check the bag for a set of three numbers showing the percentage of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Buy a bag with a "0" in the middle to protect...



Boater Safety Courses - Yates County

Boater Safety Courses offered by Yates County Sheriff's Marine Patrol: May 18, June 8, July 13. See details above under "Education">Navigation & Recreation".


Youth Fishing Derby

12th Annual Yates County Youth Fishing Derby

Saturday, June 22, 2019
Fireman's Field, Penn Yan
Click on "Announcements" below to see poster for details


Sky Lanterns' Danger

With the July 4th and Labor Day holiday weekends the tradition of lighting flares around the Finger Lakes also brings more use of SKY LANTERNS. The Yates County Sheriff’s Marine Patrol will be on our county waterways.

“These are a recognized fire hazard by NYS Fire Prevention and Control and state code calls for when they are used to be tethered,” said Sheriff Ron Spike, “We have previously had fires caused by the landing of lanterns doing damage when still lit.”

This is a safety issue in the interest of keeping everyone safe and not recklessly causing unwanted fires.