About Sleightsburgh Park

A 79-acre park encompassing the south peninsula at the mouth of the Rondout Creek. This spectacular spit of land reaches almost all the way to the Kingston Lighthouse. Features deep-water boat access onto Rondout Creek. The wooded peninsula is criss-crossed with trails that offer good bird watching and views of the Kingston Lighthouse.  Accessible, child, pet and group friendly. Open dawn to dusk.

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