Mohegan Lake, New York
A hamlet within Yorktown, Mohegan Lake in New York is a 2.9 square-mile area of compressed small-town bliss. This jewel of the Westchester County has all the perks of upstate New York life. From strolling around glittering bodies of water, such as the Camp Field Reservoir and the Hudson River to relying on the local heroes of the Mohegan Volunteer Fire Association to filling their bellies with a warm meal at the Dutch Barn Restaurant, residents and visitors of Mohegan Lake, New York find peace and happiness day after day. Professionals, children, the elderly, parents...all species of person agree that there is something special about this chunk of land cozily nestled amid homes, small businesses and parks that bring the community together.
Lake Mohegan is a census-designated place (CDP) located in the town of Yorktown in Westchester County, New York. As of the 2000 census, the CDP had a total population of 5,979.