The K&P trail runs along the old Kingston and Pembroke Railway bed. It is a series of unconnected sections between Kingston and Renfrew, Ontario. The total distance of the segments is approximately 176 km. The trail is a mixed-use trail with a variety of activities including hiking, ATV, and snowmobiling. The sections include:
- K&P Trail North running from Renfrew to Calabogie, Ontario in Renfrew County (https://www.greatermadawaska.com/community-news/things-to-do/things-to-do/kandp-trail-north.html)
- K&P Trail South running from Barryvale to Lavant Station (https://www.greatermadawaska.com/community-news/things-to-do/things-to-do/kandp-trail-south.html)
- Lavant Station to Clarendon Station through a mixture of hiking trails, ATV Trails, and the HWY 509
- Clarendon Station to Sharbot Lake (resurfaced in 2020)
- Sharbot Lake to the City of Kingston Boundaries, in Frontenac County (https://www.frontenaccounty.ca/en/things-to-do/kp-trail.aspx#)
- Kingston Boundary to Confederation Park in Kingston, ON (https://www.cityofkingston.ca/residents/recreation/parks-trails/k-p)
Offers a mixture of scenery – running through lakes, rivers, marches, massive rock-cuts, open field, small villages, and downtown Kingston.