Kayuta Lake

New York

Kayuta Lake, New York

Kayuta Lake real estate is considered a tight inventory market for lake homes and lake lots in New York.

Kayuta Lake homes for sale have an average list price of $264,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.

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    About Kayuta Lake
    Convenient to Syracuse and Lake Ontario

    Kayuta Lake sits on the outskirts of the Adirondack Mountains northwest of Bardwell Mill, New York.

    On Kayuta Lake, you can enjoy the views that come with the Adirondack woodlands with the convenience of being just a few miles from Syracuse, New York. The lake itself is 474 acres in size with an average depth of 10 feet.

    To get to Syracuse, it only takes about an 80-minute drive to the west. Lake Ontario's sandy shores are not much farther from Kayuta Lake, which is only about 90 minutes away.

    Enjoy the Waters

    Fishing is a popular activity for visitors and residents of Kayuta Lake. Fish species present in the lake are smallmouth bass, pickerel, white sucker, rock bass, yellow perch, bluegill, and black bullhead.

    There is carry-down ramp access on the north shore located on State Dam Road. Residents also enjoy kayaking, canoeing, boating, camping, fishing, and wildlife viewing.

    The Kayuta Campground is a popular stop for visitors and a fun weekend getaway for residents. There is a playground, shuffleboard, basketball, volleyball, an arcade, outdoor laser tag, archery, themed weekend events, a general store, and more.

    Local Stops

    There are a few restaurants near the shores of Kayuta Lake. The BuffaloHead Steakhouse, Campbell's Diner, Kratzy's Bar & Grill, and Michael Alder Creek Inne are a few local favorites.

    For golfers, the Alder Creek Golf Course & Country Inn is just down the road from Kayuta Lake. It is a great place to play a round of golf and enjoy the beautiful New York landscapes.

    Visit Syracuse, New York

    Syracuse is only 80 minutes from Kayuta Lake and is a great place to spend the day shopping, spend a romantic weekend, or grab a quick dinner and a movie.

    You can visit the Museum of Science & Technology to brush up on your tech knowledge or admire art at the Everson Museum of Art.

    The Rosamond Gifford Zoo is home to more than 700 animals on 43 acres. Some of the more popular animals include Asian elephants, Humboldt penguins, and Amur tigers. It is a great place to take a romantic walk through the zoo.

    Live on Kayuta Lake

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a vacation rental, Kayuta Lake is an excellent choice.