Conesus Lake is one of the “Little Finger Lakes” of New York State and is located about 25 miles south of Rochester NY. Here is how to find us.
From the north: The most direct route to Conesus Lake from the north is via Route 390 South. However, Route 15 (West Henrietta Road) also goes directly to the north end of Conesus Lake.
From the south: County Route 256, coming from Dansville, traverses the entire western shore of Conesus Lake. Route 390 North provides access to Conesus Lake. Exit onto Route 20A and then travel east to get to the north end of Conesus Lake.
From the east or west: State Route 20A traverses the north end of Conesus Lake and provides direct access from the east and the west.
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