News & Public Notices
Portion of Inner Harbour pathway closed for improvement
May 25, 2016 -
The City of Kingston has closed a portion of the waterfront trail along the Inner Harbour, south of Molly Brant Point and north of Doug Fluhrer Park, as part of preparations for the redevelopment of the waterfront pathway this fall. The project will include the construction of a paved pathway and turtle habitat improvements.
Pedestrians can bypass the closed section of trail on the lawn behind the retaining wall or, for a more accessible route and for cycling, travel to Doug Fluhrer Park from Cataraqui Street west of the Woolen Mill parking lot.
This section of the trail will re-open in the spring of 2017.
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