Parking & Rest Rooms

Designated Hudson Valley Rail Trail 

Parking Lot Locations ~ HIGHLAND, NEW YORK.

Trail access parking can be found in the following areas for the Hudson Valley Rail Trail:

  • In the Hamlet of Highland at Commercial Avenue Extension

  • At the Hudson Valley Rail Trail Depot located at 101 New Paltz Road

  • At 75 & 100 (Two Parking lots) on Haviland Road

  • At Tony Williams Park located at Riverside Road

  • 371 New Paltz Road (Across from Highland Fire Department Station #2)

  • 650 Route 299 (Across the street from Lowe's) 


Get maps and information and support the development of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail by clicking on the MAP BUTTON or CLICK HERE

for a copy of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail Brochure.

Motorized vehicles, alcoholic beverages, open fires, and camping are prohibited.


The Hudson Valley Rail Trail 

is a Carry-In/Carry Out Trail 

Anything you bring in, please take it out with you.

The Hudson Valley Rail Trail is created, supported, and maintained by the Town of Lloyd in Ulster County, and developed in part with funds from the Greenway Conservancy. For more information on the New York State Empire Trail Map, click here. For the NYS Empire's website about the Hudson Valley Rail Trail, click here. The Trails Links page for Hudson Valley Rail Trail has many features to assist your trip.


Public restrooms are located at the Hudson Valley Rail Trail Depot and Tony Williams Park. There are also restrooms located at the West Side Pavilion of the Walkway Over the Hudson.



Hudson Valley Rail Trail ~ (HVRT) PARKING OF THE FUTURE

Paid parking will be coming to the Hudson Valley Rail Trail in the winter of 2021. Paid spaces will include the 75 Haviland Road parking lot and the 100 Haviland Roa parking lot. Also all marked spaces on the north side of Haviland Rd from the Frozen Caboose to Johnson Iorio Park.


Parking will be free to all Town of Lloyd residents and you will just have to register on the website to be provided with proof of residence. For all others, parking

(per vehicle) will be $5.00 for every four hours. Parking will be paid credit card only via a kiosk at 75 Havilland parking lot or online with the app “Flowbird”.


All proceeds of the parking fees will go exclusively to the ongoing maintenance and enhancements of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail.