The Siamese Ponds Wilderness covers over 175 square miles and harboring 79 ponds in the Adirondacks
Trout fishing is great in this section of the Adirondacks and the Siamese Ponds Wilderness gives it a remote setting. The most common species for anglers is the brook trout, but lake trout and rainbow trout are present too.
The two most popular ponds are Upper and Lower Siamese. To access either pond, anglers must ,ale a four-mile walk but both ponds have great rainbow trout fishing.
Anglers must follow the restriction that fiagh can not be used as bit in any waters in the Siamese Ponds Wilderness Area.
There are also five lean-tos in the area.