The Powley-Piseco Road, one of the last old Adirondack dirt roads, extends about 17 miles from Route 10 near Piseco Lake to Stratford, and cuts through the approximate center of this large, diverse, and interesting piece of Forest Preserve land. It provides the public with motor vehicle access through practically unbroken forest, quite comparable to some wilderness areas.
Popular locations in this area include the Potholers (waterfalls that are popular for wading), the East Branch of Canada Creek (fishing, kayaking, etc.), and Powley Place (scenic beauty). There are roughly 22 roadside campsites along this road.