The Catskill Mountain Railroad (CMRR), is a heritage railroad based in Kingston, New York, that began operations in 1982. CMRR leases the former New York Central Railroad Catskill Mountain branch from Kingston to Highmount, New York, where it connects with the Delaware & Ulster Railroad (DURR) tourist operation.
The Kingston Candy Bar is a wonderful addition to the city of Kingston providing the community with the presence of quality customer service, style and awesome treats. You can stop by with the children and search thru a super variety of candies including assorted chocolates, jelly beans, jolly ranchers and much, much more. The Kingston Candy Bar also has Ice Cream in many flavors including Jane's Ice Cream.
In the Uptown Stockade District, Revolutionary-era stone buildings and National Historic Landmarks are nestled alongside an ever-growing array of contemporary restaurants, galleries, music venues and boutiques. The Farmers Market bustles with happy shoppers and offers a fine selection of seasonal Hudson Valley grown goods.
Kingston plays host to many popular annual events, such as the O+ Festival; the Irish, Greek, and Italian festivals; the Artists’ Soapbox Derby; Wall Street Jazz Festival; Kayak Festival and Sinterklass. Dining choices range from sophisticated to downhome all year long, and many of Kingston’s finest chefs and restaurants are featured during Hudson Valley Restaurant Week. Art-lovers gallery-hop on First Saturdays and, during warmer months, the Night Market transforms the Rondout into a delightful European-inspired shopping mecca.
The land of Forsyth Park, 18.55 acres was donated to the City of Kingston by the family of James C. Forsyth, who served as Ulster County Judge. The topography of Forsyth Park is distinguished by layers of limestone bedrock, shaded by ancient oak and pine trees which the city is bound to preserve.