It is elevated two hundred and seventy-seven feet above 355 the level of Seneca Lake, which is only seven miles away.
The council-house not being large enough to contain so great an assemblage of people, they met in a valley west of Seneca Lake.
The country beyond Seneca Lake—the prairies and fine open groves of Michigan—was new to him.
Geneva, an attractive college town situated on lovely Seneca Lake, was an ideal place in which to bring up a family.
Geneva is situated at the north point of Seneca Lake, which is between fifty and sixty miles long and about five wide.
The great ornament of this route is the village of Geneva, reared on a terrace which overhangs Seneca Lake.