Chazy Lake is 1,807 acres in size, with 11 miles of beautiful shoreline, a length of 3.5 miles and a maximum width of 1.5 miles. At an elevation of 1,541 feet, Chazy Lake averages 33 feet deep and drops to a maximum depth of 72 feet. Visitors and long-time residents are struck by the natural beauty that surrounds Chazy Lake in every direction. The lake is situated in a valley at the foot of the Lyon, Ellenburg and Johnson Mountains and is ideal for fishing, boating, swimming and hiking and for enjoying natural beauty in a relaxed environment.
Chateaugay Lake has 2 lake sections and a narrows waterway that connects them. With a combined shorline of over 25 miles, and an average elevation of 1,300 feet, Chateaugay Lake is filled with amazing natural sights at every turn, complete with wetlands, marshes, reefs, plenty of fish, loons and other birds. Average water depth in Upper Chateaugay is 33 feet, with a maximum depth of 78 feet. Lower Chateaugay average depths is 12 feet, with a maximum of 26 feet. Chataeaugay Lake is perfect for fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and hiking.