my youngest, 8 year old thought it was going to be ANOTHER BORING FAMILY OUTING .. but once we got robbed, and being able to ride on the outlaws horse,, he wants to come again... thank you so much... my other kids are`in their teens...
Chelatchie Prairie Railroad
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The Chelatchie train is many things. Rickety, small, and a bit quaint, but the journey itself is quite charming nonetheless. A nice short, outdoor railroad run that has some surprisingly nice, albeit simple, backdrops and views. Santa Claus is at the end stops, and they...More
I brought my son who was visiting from Phoenix. He was amazed at the train, the fact he could climb on everything. The only this I would recommend is more information posted on the history of this railroad.
Cute little railroad. The trip is about 7 miles up and back, with a brief stop near a waterfall on the return. The volunteer staff members offer lots of information and are very friendly.The "train robbers" were awesome and offered horse rides at the stop...More
I went on this years ago, and what fun! The scenery is beautiful too. It is a great activity to celebrate a special event.
Beautiful drive out to Yacolt for this ride on the Chelatchie Prairie Train. I have not been out in that area of North Clark County for years. I went with my Red Hat Chapter B.L.I.S.S. for out monthly outing for August. Two of our Ladies...More
My grandson has wanted to ride this train since we came to the Pacific Northwest. I wasn't too excited about the idea of a robbery train, but he wanted to go, so off we went. For a railroad run entirely by volunteers, it's really a...More
We took advantage of a mild sunny day and got onboard the vintage train. Friendly volunteers try to make the boarding process easy. Passengers board via an open-air flatbed car which is equipped with wooded benches mounted on metal braces. There are also two covered...More
It's fun any time of year, but in the summer the river is high and crashing, gorgeous weather and the Winery nearby, with food as well. What more could you ask for!
It was a cool rainy Saturday morning for the Halloween Headless Horseman trip on the train. For the most part, it was a fun experience for our great niece & nephew - but with the rain, it made for a slow and sometimes uneventful ride....More