Covert, New York - Communities and Locations in Covert

Communities and Locations in Covert

  • Bergen Beach – A hamlet on the shore of Cayuga Lake.
  • Cold Springs – A hamlet on the lake shore south of Bergen Beach.
  • Covert – The hamlet of Covert is south of Interlaken on NY-96. The Covert Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
  • Dawson Corners – A location southeast of Covert on County Road 142.
  • Finger Lakes National Forest – Part of the Finger Lakes National Forest is located in southwestern Covert.
  • Frontenac Point – A projection into Cayuga Lake in the southeast part of the town.
  • Halls Corners – A location south of Interlaken on County Road 143.
  • Holton Beach – A lakeshore hamlet north of Bergen Beach.
  • Interlaken – The Village of Interlaken in the north part of the town on NY-96.
  • Interlaken Beach – A lakeshore hamlet near the north town line.
  • Little Point – A small projection into Cayuga Lake south of Cold Springs.
  • Osgood Landing – A lakeshore hamlet in the southeast part of the town.
  • Six Corners – A location west of Covert village.
  • Taughannock Falls State Park – A state park, mostly in Tompkins County, by the shore of Cayuga Lake at the south town line.
  • Taughannock Point – A projection into Cayuga Lake at the south town line.

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