Schuyler County is located at the southern-most tip of Seneca Lake. At 38 miles long and over 600 feet deep, it is the deepest and second longest of the Finger Lakes. It is fed by underground springs, which keeps the water in a constant, circular motion, giving it little chance to freeze. Given its dramatic depth, the temperature also stays relatively constant, around 39°F. Of course, in the summer, the top fifteen feet or so warm significantly, reaching 70°–80°F.
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