Welcome to the website of the Peck's Lake Protective Association (PLPA). The PLPA was incorporated in 1973 "for the mutual advancement of the interest of its members owning property at or near Peck Lake" and to "preserve the original peace and tranquility of the lands surrounding Peck Lake and to maintain same forever". These are goals that today's Association takes as seriously as its founders and strives to achieve in cooperation with the Peck family through involvement in the local municipalities and school district, environmentally-sound lake stewardship practices, and the sponsorship of numerous community and social events.
Today's Peck's Lake community is estimated to consist of 174 home owners, 27 lot owners who do not also own a home, and as many as 76 campsite renters. All are eligible to join the PLPA as either members or affiliates. The majority of those eligible have joined the PLPA and can access this entire website by logging in below, whereas the access of non-members and visitors is limited to the pages in the Main Menu. If you are a non-member and would like to join or if you have any questions about our Association or community, then please contact the Association by email at
by mail at PLPA, 1 North Shore Rd, Peck Lake, Gloversville, NY 12078.
Peck's lake is located partially within the towns of Bleecker and Johnstown and entirely within New York State's Adirondack Park. As seen in the slide show, the community enjoys the pristine waters, beautiful woodlands and varied wildlife for which the Adirondacks are well known.