Located in Arietta, NY in the Southern Adirondacks, Piseco Lake is a popular fishing spot for landlocked salmon, lake trout, and many more fish species.
Explore Piseco Lake in the Southern Adirondacks
Piseco Lake features 21.3 miles of shoreline and is a great location for both fishing and boating in Hamilton County. The beautiful lake has a mean depth of 25 feet and is 2,873 acres in size.
Visitors stop by Piseco Lake year-round, although the lake is particularly popular among ice fishermen. The local fish species include:
- Landlocked salmon
- Brown trout
- Lake trout
- Brown bullhead
- Chain pickerel
- Yellow perch
- Smallmouth bass
- Rainbow smelt
- And more
Looking for somewhere to stay near Piseco Lake? Check out the Irondequoit Inn, which overlooks the lake!
Head to the DEC Facilities
There are three DEC-operated facilities on the west side of the lake:
- Poplar Point - A no-fee picnic and boat launch facility
- Little Sand Point Campground - Amenities include 78 campsites, boat launch, showers, and more
- Point Comfort Campground and Day Use Area - Amenities include 76 campsites, boat launch, bathhouse, and more
Photo Credit to Kristina Miller LaBarge