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On The Move to . . . the Lakes within Lewisboro and South Salem, NY

Featured above, check out a fine example of lakefront enjoyment at Truesdale Lake in South Salem, NY.

Lakefront Living in Lewisboro, NY

Such an extraordinary part of life in Lewisboro, NY revolves around its beautiful lakes – Truesdale, Waccabuc, Rippowam, Oscaleta, Katonah,  and Kitchawan

Do you entertain thoughts  of fishing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, or just relaxing on the beach?

The Lake communities at Lewisboro NY have it all – gorgeous vistas, water views and a lifestyle where memories are made amidst the peace, tranquility, and wonders of nature.

If you’ve dreamed of living on the lake, or at the lake, there’s no better time than now!

Enjoy the amenities and grandeur of a waterfront lifestyle . . . at just a fraction of the cost to owning a house on the ocean!

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  1. Keith Levey

    Hi Pat, I enjoyed your blog post on lakes within Lewisboro. Based on your opinion, which lake is the best for swimming? for boating? Any motors allowed? Any insights on the lakes that you can share would be much appreciated. As always, thank you, Pat.

  2. There is swimming and fishing at all of the lakes.
    Boat restrictions vary. Motor boat usage is permitted on Lakes Waccabuc, Oscaleta, and Rippowam. For regulations specific to each lake, check out the Three Lakes Council website
    All gas engines, from boat motors to snowmobiles to ATV’s are not permitted on Truesdale Lake or Lake Katonah

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