|Location Details: ||Cazenovia Lake is a lake in New York, United States. Cazenovia, New York is located southeast of the lake. The lake is roughly 4 miles (6.5 km) long and 0.5 mile (1 km) wide. It is 65 feet (20 m) at its deepest point. Cazenovia Lake is drained from its south-east corner which flows into Chittenango Creek about 1/2 mile (800 m) to the east. Chittenango then flows north, over Chittenango Falls and eventually into Oneida Lake's south shore in Bridgeport. The north end of the lake is very weedy & swampy, almost impossible to motor through. The lake resides in a valley created by sub-glacial runoff during recession of North American continental glaciers at the end of the last ice age. The lake contains Pickeral, pike, largemouth bass, rock bass, northern pike, pumpkinseed, black crappie, blue gill, walleye, and yellow perch. Cazenovia Lake is most accessible from US-20. The lake may be driven around using the following routes: NY-92, US-20, NY-13, and East Lake Road. The main point of interest on the lake is the historic Village of Cazenovia, which in home to Cazenovia College, a couple of upscale bed and breakfasts, and many small shops and restaurants. Cazenovia Lake has six publicly owned sites and each of these sites has limited public access. The Town and Village of Cazenovia are also tourist attractions with the historic Lorenzo home in Lorenzo State Park, and the beautiful bed and breakfasts situated on the lake.