About Faun Lake
Founded in 1976, Faun Lake is a deed restricted ownership association of 300 camp sites nestled in an Adirondack-like setting of over 238 wooded acres in up-state Wyoming County, New York.
The park includes, 44 acre Faun Lake and adjoining 27 acre Beaver Lake . It is a recreation community that serves as a summer home for some, a weekend home for others and a recreational place for everyone.
Our community is a form of camping enhanced with all of the comforts of home. Please feel free to explore our little corner of BLISS.
Approximately 44 acres
¾ mile long X ¼ mile wide
1.53 miles of shoreline
Average depth: 9.3’ (maximum 12.8’)
Spring fed / tributary to Tonawanda Creek
Beavers built a dam in 1933 creating a 28-acre lake. The Department of Ecological
Conservation (DEC) built the present dam in 1954, increasing the size of the lake to its
Non-power boats (sailboats, canoes, paddle boats, row boats)
Swimming in 4,000 sq. foot beach area
Fishing (catch and release)
No public access
Approximately 27 acres
Maintained by Trails Committee
Surface is brushed and marked
- Depth: 3’ to 5.5’
- Lifeguard on duty 11am to 7pm weekends Memorial Day through the end of June
- Open daily end of June through Labor Day.
- Open weekends in September at Operation Manager’s discretion
- Heated pool
- Water quality tested by Wyoming County Health Department
- Distance 1.75 miles
- Maintained by Trails Committee
- Surface is brushed and marked
Guest Camping In Camp Coast-to-Coast
- For use by owners’ invited guests or members of Coast to Coast
- Facilities can be used up to 14 days per year
- Water and electric (50 Amp) services at each site
- Sewer dump station located off Pee Dee Road
- Campers can use all Faun Lake facilities during their stay