Knokke is the terminus station with hourly direct services to and from Brussels, journey time about 1 hour 30 mins, which stop at Brugges, Gent and other intermediate stations. There are also commuter shuttle services to and from Brugges.
The station is next door to the Kusttram terminus and has only very basic services such as left luggage facilities but there's a couple of interesting bars across the road.
Knokke is the northern terminus of Belgium's Kusttram which is a tram service running the whole length of the coast from the Dutch border down to Adinkerke close to the French border. There are a total of 70 stops on the 68 kilometre line and whilst some sections run inland through the towns there is some spectacular scenery between Oostende and Knokke.
The Kusttram isn't a tourist service but rather one used mainly by locals and so prices are inexpensive with a single journey ticket for a journey of any length being only 2 euros (June 2013). There are various ticket options available including 1, 3, 5 and 7 -day tickets. Most tickets can be bought from the driver but are cheaper if bought from the manned offices at main stops or from the machines. These must be validated once you board the tram.
In Knokke is the end or the start of this tramline.You can go for a ride of 66km/Just accros the street is the train station.