Thursday, June 25 Sheriff Yessman lifted the 5mph speed limit on our lakes. However, I would like to warn everyone that there is still a significant amount of debris that is still floating. If you find any as you are boating, please be a good neighbor and snag it out of the water. While cruising on jet skis please be extra vigilant. - Terry Allison, LWLA President


Waneta Lake, once known as "Little Lake," is a small lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York. The lake straddles the border of Schuyler County and Steuben County, and is within the towns of Tyrone and Wayne. Waneta Lake is 3.5 miles long, north-to-south, half a mile wide and lies just east of the southern branch of Keuka Lake. Lamoka Lake, once known as "Mud Lake," rests south of Waneta connected by a .7 mile channel that flows through Waneta-Lamoka Wildlife Management Area.

     
Lamoka Waneta Lakes' Association
PO Box 55, Tyrone, NY 14887
For the betterment of the two finest lakes in New York State
Friday, June 26, 2015 | All blue text areas are hyperlinks.