Finger Lakes

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The Finger Lakes are a series of lakes in the central section of Upstate New York. They are a popular tourist destination. The lakes are long and thin and go from north to south. They are also very deep; the deepest one, Lake Seneca, is 618 feet (188 m) deep.

Other reading[change | edit source]

  • Thompson, John H., ed. Geography of New York State (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1977)
  • Engeln, O. D., von. The Finger Lakes Region: Its Origin and Nature (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1961, 1988)