Dock and Lake
Your gateway to the many water-related activities on Keuka Lake is Serendipity's large private dock that will meet all your needs, including boat whips for securing your boat, a refrigerator, table with umbrella and chairs, swim ladder, chaise lounges, and a glider. There are great views off the dock, which is softly lit with Malibu tier lights for casual evenings on the lake. Bid the sun goodnight, then enjoy spectacular sunsets. The 104' beach is shallow and perfect for toddlers. There's a free boat launch 2 miles away, and you can store your boat trailer safely on the property close to Serendipity.
Keuka Lake is famous for its water quality and purity which are monitored monthly. The Keuka Lake Association (www.keukalakeassoc.org) was organized to preserve and enhance these extremely valuable qualities of Keuka Lake and it continues to function in this important role.
Keuka Lake is also famous for its lake trout fishing (Seth Green invented and first used his Seth Green lake trout rig on Keuka Lake) and it has annual bass and trout derbies. Brown and rainbow trout, perch, bluegills, and pickerel are also caught in Keuka Lake.
Serendipity is close to lakeside restaurants (three are just across the lake, another is around the next point to the north) which are an easy 5-10 minute boat ride away. The restaurants all have docks for mooring your boat while you enjoy lunch or dinner.
There's a fire pit on the beach, perfect for roasting wienies, making 'smores, or just gathering 'round the fire to close out the day.
The small frontage road 150' below Serendipity and just above the lake is perfect for walking or jogging, taking the toddlers out for a stroll, or easy biking. It's 5 miles long and provides a leisurely and safe way to get a little exercise while viewing the lake and lakeside homes. State highway 54, located above Serendipity, has good shoulders and is a favorite for casual or serious cyclists.