Siegel-Kline Kill

About The Site

Siegel-Kline Kill is a 55-acre site in Ghent with 1.5 miles of trails. Large sycamore trees dominate an extensive flood plain forest along the Kline Kill, and the property also includes a winter sledding hill and a working farm field. Enjoy a hike at Siegel-Kline Kill? Visit four other Public Conservation Areas as part of the Hike Five Challenge!

Click here for directions to Siegel-Kline Kill Conservation Area: 1452 County Route 21, Ghent, NY

Site History

The Siegel-Kline Kill Conservation Area is named after prior owners Bob and Susan Siegel.  The property was originally party of an extensive dairy farm operation.  The fields of Siegel-Kline Kill, with 25 acres of excellent agricultural soils, are transitioning to a native meadow habitat. Fishing at the site is by permit only. Click here to view the full brochure and learn more about Siegel-Kline Kill and our other Public Conservation Areas. 

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