Peck's Corners is a small hamlet at the intersection of Old Lake Colby Road or Upper Broadway, Trudeau Road, Camp Colby Road, Peck's Corners Road and Harrietstown Road, designated as New York Route 86. Trudeau Road and the continuing Camp Colby Road are part of the Old Military Road. From about Cedar Street north through this section, Route 86 was built on the abandoned right-of-way of the Mohawk & Malone railroad. Just north of Peck's Corners is the former Club 86, a roadhouse named for the route; it is now the location of Tissot Construction.
A book in the Adirondack Room of the Saranac Lake Free Library entitled Places and Names of Franklin County, New York has the following information about Peck's Corners. Chester Peck farmed the nearby land in the 1870s and the area consisted of ten homes, a store, a blacksmith shop, a post office, and a saloon. The Library also has an obituary which says Chester Peck died in Saranac Lake on 4/7/1904 and was survived by two daughters also of Saranac Lake: Mrs. Herbert Lobdell and Mrs. Lizzy Morhous.