Overview of S & S Shortline Train Park
S & S Shortline Train Park equals to a kid’s paradise. The park has three toy trains and handcarts that can be ridden not only by kids but also adults. Parents can enjoy some quality time along with their children at this place. The park is family owned and the train tracks are built around the family houses. The tunnels and trestle bridges add up to the fun of riding the trains. The park even has a tiny museum which displays few old trains. There’s also a mini-golf course on the property. Visit this park with your kids and fill their day with joy.
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How to Reach S & S Shortline Train Park
- Buses 455 and 667 to stop : University Ave @ 283 N
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S & S Shortline Train Park Reviews & Ratings
Going to be very nice for the and family.
Although it's currently not open very often (one Saturday a month), this place has an impressive amount of track and rideable trains of various sizes. Super fun place for the kids. No place quite like it.
Fun place to bring your kids and good learning experience
Awesome place for kids of all ages. only open first Saturday of the summer months 10-4, now have three different ride on/in trains. plenty to look at with the small museum, coin operated model trains and all the full size train cars. They also have pedal trains for kids upto 9, and a miniature golf course. The "small" is the longest ride,going all over the property and lasting almost 20 min. Well worth the money.
The trains run ONLY on the first Saturday of summer months from about 10AM-4PM. There are two train rides: one that you sit in (the cars are bigger) and one that you sit ON (the cars are smaller). The smaller one (in 2012 was $4.50pp) is a LOT more interesting and is a pretty good lengthed ride. Kids love it. Adults too. The park is open throughout the summer, and they have facilities for getting together for reunion groups or family reunions.