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Conesus Lake is one of the minor Finger Lakes in western New York. It is western-most of eleven total Finger Lakes. The lake's outlet is in Lakeville, New York a hamlet in the Town of Livonia, New York in Livingston County, south of Rochester, New York. The lake's Inlet is in the Town of Conesus, New York. The lake flows south-to-north; its outlet flows into the Genesee River near Avon, New York. It is located off Interstate 390 (exit 9), about 15 miles south of Interstate 90. Conesus Lake is eight miles (13 kilometers) long. Conesus Lake Boat Launch is a state park at the east shore, near the village of Livonia. Conesus Lake's maximum depth is 66 feet (20 meters).
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