Rented a lake side house on Cayuga Lake last summer and was very disappointed with the quality of the lake. There are lots of seaweed. The kind that are rough and rub against your legs when you swim. My son looked under the water and was instantly spooked, since it was dark under the water. He saw 15 ft + seaweed that would rise from the bottom. It spooked him. I hear deeper in the lake, the seaweed is so deep, that divers get tangled in them and drown. Anyway, a beautiful lake to look at, close to Cornell, but not pleasant to swim in. They need to find a solution to the seaweed problem that apparently was brought in by boats.
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