Point Comfort Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"With almost 80 campsites packed together on the north shore of Piseco Lake’s Irondequoit Bay, Point Comfort, much like the other two DEC campgrounds nearby, is basically intended as a place to relax during the day and sleep at night. While other places in the Adirondacks are bursting at the seams with activities, swimming and water sports are the main reasons to plan to spend a few nights—this spot is simply too small to offer many other opportunities for outdoor recreation. Hikers, however, might seek out one of several trails accessible from Powley Road, just off Route 10 south on the other side of the lake. Sites 1, 3, 35, 35A, 36, 67–72, and 74–76 are waterfront locations, set back from the shoreline of Piseco Lake. Six rustic yet reasonable comfort stations don’t have showers, but the new shower house at Little Sand Point is a quick trip down CR 24, and of course, there’s always the lake."