Kashong Creek is a river that flows from west to east into Seneca Lake halfway between Geneva and Dresden. Kashong Creek formed Kashong Glen, a deep ravine that cuts into rocks that are about 380 million years old, and Kashong Point where it meets Seneca Lake, a popular fishing spot. Kashong Creek starts out as a swamp along Kidder Road, about a mile west of Route 14A and two miles south of Hall.

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