Richfield Springs Scenic Railway Tickets
Friday Night Sunset Cruise Trains: We start running at 6:30 p.m. every Friday night, shuttling from our station to the end of the line, back and forth approximately every 40 minutes. Our narrow-gauge train will take you on a journey up the Mink Creek and into the “Great Cedar Swamp.” Trains stop running around 8:30 p.m. Ride once or ride as many times as you like (if seating is available)!
On Friday nights, riders are encouraged to kick off the weekend with friends on our train; bring your favorite beverage and snacks to enjoy as you take in the scenic countryside along the way!
Nature Discovery Trains: Saturday afternoon excursions will take you on a narrated tour of our park. Our narrow-gauge train will take you on a journey up the Mink Creek and into the “Great Cedar Swamp.” The railroad is built atop a railbed originally constructed in 1868. During the 1-hour round trip, we will tell you about the history of the railroad, its natural surroundings, and abundant wildlife as you enjoy the views of scenic countryside.
Hike and Ride (Saturdays Only): When the train reaches the end of the line at the west-end platform, riders may continue on foot for over a mile through the cedar swamp towards “McKoons Crossing.” Hiking is also available South of our train station towards Richfield Springs.
We have several miles of hiking trail available on either end of the railroad so plan your day of exercise and train riding with us all Spring and Summer long.
Location: Parking is available at the Newark Milk and Cream Company Building, located at 167 Mc Koons Road, Richfield Springs, NY 13439. We are conveniently located 0.2 miles from Mister Shake (Route 28, Richfield Springs).
Seating is limited and advance sale tickets are strongly encouraged. Tickets may be purchased each day we are open, if available (cash or check). Trains depart promptly on the hour, please plan to arrive 5-10 minutes before your selected departure time. Trains operated by the Utica, Chenango, and Susquehanna Valley Railroad Company.