Kingston Greenline

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.

Check out the Kingston Greenline website here

Find project information and status updates here

Follow the Greenline Facebook page here


The Kingston Greenline supports non-motorized transportation by making it easier and safer for pedestrians, cyclists, and people with disabilities to travel throughout the city. 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, and is also part of the Empire State Trail. The Kingston Greenline is a joint initiative of the Kingston Land Trust, City of Kingston, and Ulster County.

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Kingston Land Trust's Role as Initiative Partner

The KLT supported the Greenline through community engagement, technical assistance and system planning. This included hosting tours and cleanups, participating in planning and advisory committees, helping to design specific green spaces and web presense as well as conducting community outreach and event programming.

Latest News

-- “Rock The Block and The Trail Party” Will Be Held 9/21 --   More than 100 community members, including Kingston Greenline partner organization the Kingston Land Trust, attended a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the City of Kingston on Friday, September 6th for the opening of Phase 1 of the Kingston Point Rail Trail.