About Point Comfort Campground
Located on picturesque Piseco Lake, Point Comfort offers activities such as hiking, swimming, and fishing. At an elevation of 1,660 feet, the park's terrain is hilly, with well-wooded areas consisting of conifers and mixed hardwoods. The campground offers fine fishing, canoeing, sailing, and other water sports opportunities. Numerous hiking trails challenge the day hiker, and the 133-mile Northville-Lake Placid Trail is minutes away. A natural sand beach offers a guarded swimming area from mid-June to Labor Day.
- Located 25 minutes south west of Speculator, NY in the south central region of the Adirondacks Park
- 76 campsite, 62 are reservable, 7 are located directly on the shore of Lake Piseco
- all sites are non-electric
- great for boating, swimming and fishing
- most sites offer limited privacy
Nightly camping fee $22 (all sites)
Out of state patrons surcharge $5/night
Camping Season Dates
Fri May 20, 2016 thru Sun Sep 4, 2016
Fri May 19, 2017 thru Sun Sep 3, 2017
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Point Comfort Lake Site ( photos)
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Point Comfort is situated at the south end of Piseco Lake looking east with fine mountain views. It's a bit on the rustic side as it has compost toilets only, and no showers, and it only has a few decent waterside sites, so the likelihood of getting a watersite may be slim.
Site 75 is one of the few great waterfront sites
You're best bet is to try and get site 75, 75 or 76 which are off on a small dirt road at the north end. They all offer decent privacy, especially site 76. They are nice and flat, are right at water level, have their own beach and offer super views across Piseco Lake and the mountains!If you paddle up the shortline, you will come to Little Sand Point Campground which is about a mile and a half to the north.