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.
What to Do Here
•Hike – trails are easy to moderate
•Birdwatch and track who you see using the eBird app!
•Fishing (Permit Required)
•Now you can enjoy a guided tour using the Vizzit App!
•Join CLC in the Hike Five Challenge by hiking at least 5 any of our 10 Public Conservation Areas and receive a prize!
•Click HERE for more information and to download your entry form!
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 (visit the CLC Office at 49 Main Street in Chatham to get yours).