Kingston Point includes Kingston Point Beach and Kingston Rotary Park on the Hudson River. From late fall to early spring, look for ducks, gulls, and bald eagles on the Hudson River and in the lagoon. Shrubbery around the edges of Rotary Park and the adjacent BMX course provide cover for winter sparrows, finches, and Carolina Wrens. From Rotary Park cross over the wooden bridge and follow the train tracks for views toward the Rondout Lighthouse, across the mouth of the Creek to Sleightsburg Spit, and into a shallow lagoon that was part of the Victorian-era Kingston Point Park.
Directions: From US 9W in Kingston, follow Delaware Avenue east and downhill until it ends at the Point. Park at the Beach (turn left) or by the BMX course.
Latitude, Longitude: 41°55’42″N, 73°57’54″W
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