Once complete*, the Kingston Point Rail Trail will provide a safe, accessible pedestrian and bicycle route from the Rondout waterfront to Midtown Kingston. The trail traverses multiple neighborhoods and offers stunning views of the Kingston Point Light House, Hudson River, and Rondout Creek Harbor. A restored 19th century railroad tunnel and shared trolley section along the waterfront highlight Kingston's historic railroad legacy. Visit the Trolley Museum of New York website to find out more information about Kingston's tourist trolley line.
*Phase 2 of the Kingston Point Rail Trail project (between Garraghan Dr. and the Trolley Museum) is in its design phase and is expected to complete construction in 2020. In the meantime, trail users can utilize on-road connections to access the waterfront portion of the trail, which have undergone pedestrian and cycling improvements throught the Waterfront Shared Streets Project.