Peck Hollow’s headwaters begin on the sides of Mount Sherrill and North Dome Mountains in the Town of Lexington in Greene County, flows through the Hunter-Westkill Wilderness Area and the Shandaken Wild Forest (in the Town of Shandaken, Ulster County) before meeting Peck Hollow Road. From here the road closely follows the stream until it empties into the Esopus Creek. The size of the Peck Hollow Watershed is 5 square miles and the length of the main stem channel is 5.1 miles.
Peck Hollow Creek has not yet been assessed. A full report on Peck Hollow Creek conditions and management recommendations will be available on this website when it becomes available.