Located just outside the Village of Ghent,
Siegel-Kline Kill offers over a mile of grassy trails
and fishing for trout in the Kline Kill
This 55-acre site includes a meadow, a sledding hill, and a floodplain forest. Take the Stream Spur trails to get up close to the Kline Kill and enjoy the large sycamore trees, or watch for bluebirds enjoying the nest boxes along the Bluebird Trail.
The trails at Siegel-Kline Kill are either mown grass or packed earth, and are primarily flat and wide. Visitors can comfortably use a stroller or walker on trails so long as they are not muddy. The banks of the Kline Kill are rocky.
1452 County Route 21, Ghent, NY
Route 21 may also appear as Church Street
Birding, cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking, picnicking, sledding, walking
Bench at overlook, picnic table,
Nature Quest trail, strong cell reception
The Kline Kill is stocked with trout,
meadow is great bird habitat,
large sycamore trees in forest
Medium – may be busy on weekends.
Trails are primarily through an open field,
so you are likely to see any other visitors.