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Train Mountain Railroad Museum

36941 S Chiloquin Rd, Chiloquin, OR 97624-9728
+1 541-783-3030
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This is the reason we were in Klamath County

We were VERY disappointed that we were there on a Saturday, They are closed on Saturday and Sunday... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Dick M
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Chehalis, Washington
Kids and big Kids love it!

The staff and volunteers are all very good with the kids. The property is beautiful. The trains are... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2017
woodenfaces
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Chiloquin, Oregon
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Newly in public hands, this is the world's largest 7.5 inch railway. Run by volunteers this is a place you go to ride trains, learn to operate trains, operate railbikes and volunteer with a myriad of chores that keep this high altitude forest and playground in amazing condition. Volunteers at the Klamath & Western RR on one corner provide rides to the public by donation - so that's an easy way to dip your toes in the water. The much larger playground has over 30 miles of rail. You join a club and bring your own equipment. Soon you'll be able to rent rail bikes for easy access.
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36941 S Chiloquin Rd, Chiloquin, OR 97624-9728
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were VERY disappointed that we were there on a Saturday, They are closed on Saturday and Sunday. We went because their web site said that public rides were offered on Saturday. What they did not say is that a separate organization gave short rides...More

Thank Dick M
Reviewed 8 August 2017

The staff and volunteers are all very good with the kids. The property is beautiful. The trains are great! Just a fun day all around.

Thank woodenfaces
Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

We stopped here because a friend is into building his own miniature railroad. I wasn't sure I'd enjoy this - but surprisingly I did! They have a number of vintage trains you can tour, a museum - but the key is take a miniature train...More

1  Thank VicksVaporRub
Reviewed 23 May 2017

The Klamath and Western RR offers public rides on weekends and holidays (warm months) - they have washrooms, a small food outlet, outdoor seating and a nice area for children to play before or after their train ride. The adjacent Train Mtn is the read...More

1  Thank Speederchick
Reviewed 12 October 2016

We stopped by during on a Friday after Labor Day, so there weren't any trains running, but they have a good display of old railroad cars. It would have been fun to see the miniature trains running, but it was a good history lesson to...More

1  Thank Joe F
Reviewed 7 September 2016

Located just north of Klamath Falls off of 97, this 20,000 acre free park features 37 miles of miniature scale train tracks all built & run by volunteers, perfect for killing an hour or two with the kids or family. The way it works is...More

Thank Jeff F
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Found this place on trip advisor and had a stop over while visiting Lake Crater. Wonderful cute place to stop over as this is right on the way to Crater Lake. Give's a relaxing mood. People over there are very nice and polite. Sad that...More

Thank PRE_NELL
Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

We went on a Monday afternoon and lucked out in having the opportunity to ride with Dennis on his little train. We have a child who adores trains and this experience was something he will be talking about for weeks.

Thank Brandon H
Reviewed 29 May 2016

there is a free train ride miniature but for all and many trains to look at and some to even go on. We all had a great time If you go you can leave a donation at many place in the park

1  Thank Wendy C
Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

Great ride on miniature trains. Personal size DOES NOT MATTER!!! a nice ride through the property. Donations accepted. Kids loved it...in laws at 80 plus had a great time too.

Thank Kay G
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Patti H
2 March 2016|
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Response from MikeVdP |
Visitors are usually welcome at Train Mountain. You don't actually get "rides." "Rides" would imply an amusement park which this is not. You will likely be offered a "tour" by a member. This is a club. Anyone with an... More
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