Fulton County

Fulton County is a county located in the U.S. state of New York. As of the 2010 census, the population was 55,531. Fulton County is in the central part of the state, northwest of Albany. It is in the southern portion of the Adirondack Park and is famous for it's '44 Lakes'.


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Map: Jockeybush Lake

Map: Jockeybush Lake

Jockeybush Lake is located in Ferris Lake Wild Forest in the southwestern Adirondacks off NY 10 in Hamilton County. The 1.1 mile trail that leads to the lake has an elevation gain of 221 feet.

This great short hike features views of the stream the trail follows, a few small waterfalls and at the end of the trail, Jockeybush Lake. The trail to the lake is easy to walk except for a few muddy stretches and you may want to avoid the the trail in the spring due to the stream crossing. The trail begins at the parking area on the west side of NY 10. The GPS coordinates are N43 18.061 W74 33.963 for those who have a GPS device in their car. There is a snowmobile trail that also leaves the parking area that might confuse some hikers. The Jockeybush Lake Trail is well marked with signs and DEC plastic markers.


Map: Edick Road Extension

Map: Edick Road Extension

Piseco-Powley Road runs from Stratford to Piseco, along west of one of the last old Adirondack dirt roads. Home to many old growth Spruce trees -- many that almost touch the road. The West Branch of the East Canada Creek crosses Powley Road under the historic 1911 bridge.

It is located 8 miles south-west from where NY 10 crosses Piseco Outlet, and about 7.5 miles from where Piseco-Powley Road splits off from NY 10. From the south, Powley Place is located 10 1/2 miles north-east from Stratford, via Piseco Road.

There are four campsites located in the general victinity of Powley Place, which are part of the 22 designated campsites along Piseco-Powley Road.