My name is Kay Utaw and I want to tell you about the great family camping that awaits your family at Cool-Lea Camp.
Open from May 15 to October 15, this charming campground offers the finest in “back to nature” family vacations. Cool-Lea is set along the shores of pristine Cayuta Lake. The lake was named for the Seneca princess Kayutah. Legend has it that the princess was kidnapped by a hostile tribe and that her mother’s tears filled the valley to form the lake.
Today, Cayuta Lake is a fishing paradise, with Largemouth Bass, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Rock Bass, Brown Bullhead, Chubsucker, Golden Shiner and White Sucker flourishing in the crystal clear waters. If angling isn’t your thing, get out on the water in a rental rowboat or (for a taste of my ancestor’s way of boating) canoe. There is no limit on the size of motorboats on the lake.