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We had planned to visit both the Klamath & Western and Train Mountain on our journey along the 97. We visited Train Mountain, but the Klamath & Western had ceased operation for the winter.
A little disappointed but it is what it is. We will...More
This where young and old come together to enjoy trains. The site has loads of trains to ride on and a large area. They have 32 acres with tracks running all over. A lot of volunteer time and love have gone into building the site....More
Our family of 4 went here 2 different Saturdays while in the Chiloquin area. Our kids are 12 and 10 and we all loved the free train ride. It's amazing that it's free, but they do take donations. Please donate because these guys are providing...More
ran on donation had a wonderful time make sure to go early enough lots to look at and a great little train to ride. there is a snack place to buy hamburgers and stuff you might even want to bring picnic lunch
First of all, the Klamath and Western is an outstanding experience, however some clarification is probably best. There are *TWO* scale railroads on *one* piece of property. Train Mountain is a members only club which has several "Meets" a year which the public can attend....More
In the rating of terrible and the lead in of getting their act together I think the reviewer is a little confused. Their website knwrr.org clearly states open Saturdays. If you are at their front gate there are three signs that clearly state open Saturdays....More
I write this not having experienced the Klamath/Western Railroad because of their screwup. I initially was interested because I saw it on the RFD channel, who I am thinking about contacting because maybe they shouldn't run their show about this place anymore if this place...More
The ride is approximately 20-30 minutes, however children aged 3 are usually asked to ride in their own seat directly in front of a parent (within arms reach easily). Just a note, this is scale model ride on railroading, not... More
The ride is approximately 20-30 minutes, however children aged 3 are usually asked to ride in their own seat directly in front of a parent (within arms reach easily). Just a note, this is scale model ride on railroading, not full sized.