Kingston Greenline

A joint initiative of the Kingston Land Trust, City of Kingston, and Ulster County

The Kingston Greenline is a system of trails, linear parks, and complete streets that when fully developed will connect residents & visitors to Kingston’s natural, historic, cultural and commercial assets.

The Kingston Greenline supports non-motorized transportation by making it easier to travel throughout the city and increasing safety for pedestrians, cyclists, and people with disabilities. The system connects communities and provides residents better access to open space, exercise opportunities, and healthy food options. 

The Kingston Greenline also serves as a hub for regional trails like the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail and O&W Rail Trail, and the Hudson River Valley Greenway trails. It will also be a part of the future Empire State Trail, which is expected to be completed by 2020.

For project information and status, click here.

Initiative Partners: City of Kingston and Ulster County.

Thought Partner Organizations: Woodstock Land Conservancy, Friends of the Catskill Mountain Rail Trail, Hudson Valley Bee Habitat.


Join our Greening Group!

If you have expertise in planting, we could really use your help! Our next Greenline planting project will be installing the landscaping at the Hasbrouck-Delaware Parklet this spring.


Join Trail Rangers!

Every spring summer and fall we host a number of trail monitoring walks and clean-ups on the Kingston Greenline.


Join Our Design Workgroup!

If you have expertise in urban, graphic, landscape or industrial design, you can lend your skills to the design of projects along the Kingston Greenline. We are currently developing design guidelines for the whole system and we would love your input!