Need to Know
The trail can be accessed from many locations including Confederation Park, Douglas R. Fluhrer Park, Belle Park, Montreal St. (at Railway St.), Division St. (opposite Weller Ave.), Dalton Ave (at St. Remy Pl.), and Binnington Court (at west terminus of Dalton Ave.).
The pathway is completely paved (asphalt or concrete) and is 3 m wide except for the on road section at Division St., River St. and John Counter Blvd.
The K&P Trail extends approximately 180 kilometres from the City of Kingston through Frontenac, Lanark, and Renfrew counties. It is operated to a variety of standards depending on the owner and manager of the Trail.
The K&P Trail offers both an off-road and on-road route for recreation and active transportation. It is open year round, offering a range of scenic experiences through natural open landscapes, rock cuts, wetlands and historic Kingston. The abandoned rail bed was converted into a multi-use trail for walkers, runners and non-motorized vehicles.
The K&P Trail within the City of Kingston is 22 km long and made up of two distinct sections. This segment is the urban section of the K&P Trail in Kingston, which is paved from downtown until Binnington Court. See also Waterfront Pathway / K&P Trail
, K&P Trail (Rural Kingston Segment)
and K&P Trail (Frontenac Segment)
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