The beautiful Buszenko Lake is located in the south-eastern part of the Municipality of Sulęcin. It is a lake located at the highest altitude in the Lubuskie Province, hidden among the highest hills in the region. Buszenko Lake is connected with Buszno Lake by means of a canal, and just like Buszno Lake, it gained its configuration during the last Ice Age, the Poznań Phase, about 18000 years ago. The banks of this beautiful lake are mostly steep, and in some places almost precipitous. The area nearby the lake is overgrown with splendid beech forests. The bottom near the shoreline is overgrown with a narrow belt of submergent plants, such as Eurasian watermilfoil, rigid hornwort, Ranunculus circinatus, and shining pondweed.
Buszenko Lake has no tributaries and is only supplied with surface runoff and underground waters. The only outflow is Struga Jeziorna [Lake Stream] in the north-eastern part of the lake, which has its beginning right here.
There are no fishing activities on the lake, even though its stock of fish is diversified. Such fish species as the perch, pike, roach, tench, bream, rudd, and eel can be found here.
The land beneath Buszenko Lake, just like that beneath the neighbouring clean water basins, belongs currently to the Ministry of National Defence - the District Infrastructure Management Board Zielona Góra, and it is located within the borders of the Army Military Training Centre Wędrzyn, referred to as the Wędrzyn Military Training Ground. That is why it is possible to angle here, but a bit difficult (see: the description of Turskie Lake).
Morphometric data concerning Buszenko Lake:
water level altitude: 129.5 m above sea level
water table area: 27.9 ha
maximum depth: 20 m
shoreline: 3.2 km
The text was prepared on the basis of the "Waterworld Trail" guidebook.