News (by month and year)
  • Virtual training available to help identify invasive species

    Donna Coffey, PLPA Invasive Species Committee Chair – The APIPP (Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program) has a virtual training to help lake residents identify and track aquatic invasive species in our lakes. Registration is now open for this training. The link is below.  There will also be an in-person training on July 15 at Lake […]

  • Ladies, Take a Hike

    Peck Lake Ladies Hike and Party! It’s time.  The almost annual Peck Lake Ladies Appetizer and Dessert Party and (optional) hike to the Vly is on the horizon. We hope you can join in the fun. This year our new neighbor, Heather Werner, has graciously offered to host the party at her home. WHEN?             Saturday, […]

  • Buoys Emerge From Hibernation

    By Clif Wassel, Lake Committee Chairperson – The Lake Buoys once again have emerged from hibernation in the dark lower reaches of the Peck Marina barn.  They are once again happily bobbing in the Lake.  This was no small feat. This task is accomplished by the help of many dedicated volunteers who annually prepare the […]

  • Buoy Repair Crew Buoys Lake Safety

    By Jim McCulley – PECK’S LAKE – On Saturday morning, May 13, an eager group of Peck Lakers answered Clif Wassel’s call for volunteers to repair the lake buoy and hazard markers, and ready them for their summer homes throughout the lake. The PLPA maintains, and with the help of the Pecks, places more than […]

  • Can we stop Invasive Species from Invading?

    How can we prevent the spread of invasive species? By Kathleen Perrott If you like to boat or paddle, you’ve probably heard the phrase Clean, Drain, Dry. These are the three simple and effective steps you can take to prevent aquatic invasives from spreading from one body of water to another. Please don’t bring anything new […]

  • Lake Hazard Markers to be installed. Please help!

    On Saturday, May 13, 9:30 am @ the Marina, a work party will be held by John Dackow and Clif Wassel to repair and rebuild the hazard markers for the lake. Volunteers are needed to inspect and rebuild many of the 50+ lake buoys. This is a completely volunteer undertaking and we need your help! […]

  • Is the Dam Damned? An Update

    The following is the report of the Strategic Committee Chair John Dackow to the PLPA in May 2022. This is being posted in response to the posting on the Peck Lake Campers and Owners Community Facebook page referring to a news article that the dam at the western end of the lake is in “Poor” […]

  • Docks are In

    The dock installation process is complete, or nearly complete. If you have problem with your dock installation – DO NOT CALL THE MARINA. The docks were installed by Tim Alteri and he can be reached at 518-470-2440

  • Spring Clean Up

    Spring has Sprung – Lake Clean Up has Begun! By Beth Flynn (PLPA Vice President) – Spring HAS finally arrived and it is once again time to scour the roadsides for trash (not treasures)! As in past years, once again please take a bag with you on your walks, specifically on the Peck Lake Road […]

  • Gloversville Public Library Budget Vote

    This notice courtesy of Dick Carlson TUESDAY, MAY 2 11 AM – 8 PM AT THE GLOVERSVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY The annual budget vote and election of trustees for the Gloversville Public Library will take place this coming Tuesday, May 2 from 11 am to 8 pm at the Gloversville Public Library. To be eligible to […]