This lake is in the village of Vadtal and is a tourist attraction in Kheda. Legends have it that during his journey with Krishna, Bhimsen dug open a small pool of water into a huge lake, for the welfare of the forest animals and dwellers in the area. This lake is situated opposite the Dakora temple and gets its name from River Gomti at Dwarka. Spread over an area of 230 hectares, present on the banks of the Gomti lake is a variety of lodging facilities for pilgrims. The lake has four important mounds called Makhani Aro, Kaleshwar Mahadev, Bhattji Maharaj and Danknath Mahadev.
Apart from being a holy spot, the lake is also famous for boating and turtle feeding by visitors today.