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Keuka Lake is an unusual member of the Finger Lakes because it is
Y-shaped instead of long and narrow. Because of its shape, it was
referred to in the past as Crooked Lake. Keuka means canoe landing
in the Iroquois language. Keuka Lake empties into another Finger
Lake, Seneca Lake, from a stream, called Keuka Lake Outlet, at the
lake's northeastern end in Penn Yan, New York. The stream empties
into Seneca Lake at the village of Dresden. At one time the outlet
was developed into a canal, the Crooked Lake Canal, connecting the
lakes. This canal was later replaced by a railroad branch line
which is now a hiking and cycling trail.
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