X Online Chat
close window
menu

BROWSE ATTRACTIONS

|
GO!
GREENE COUNTY
CAYUGA COUNTY
 
 

Richfield Springs Scenic Railway

This adventure trains features a narrated train ride where guests will learn about the wildlife, sights and history of the railroad.

1-315-717-5969
168 McKoons Road
Richfield Springs, NY 13439
Explore Richfield Springs Scenic Railway Using Our Interactive Map
The Richfield Springs Railway is a branch of the Lackawanna Railroad and has its origin as the Utica, Chenango and Susquehanna Valley Railroad built in 1868.


This adventure trains features a narrated train ride where guests will learn about the wildlife, sights and history of the railroad. Once you have taken the train to the end of track, guests may continue on foot ahead on the trail for about another two miles to “McKoon’s crossing.”
 

The round trip on the adventure train is a one-hour experience.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Richfield Springs, NY

Current Conditions

62°F
Clouds

Fri
Apr 12
Sat
Apr 13
Sun
Apr 14
Mon
Apr 15
Tue
Apr 16
8am 60°39°38°41°38°
2pm 61°38°44°46°52°
8pm 49°40°49°53°59°

Dining near Herkimer BOOK YOUR STAY Things To Do near Herkimer

 

LOOK WHAT ELSE
IS CLOSE BY

Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Central New York
Explore Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad Using Our Interactive Map
 Built in 1869, the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad offers fun seasonal train excursions from June through December each year.
Chittenango Landing Museum
Central New York
Explore Chittenango Landing Museum Using Our Interactive Map
At the Canal Boat Museum visitors can learn history through words and artifacts, and imagine the life of those living on the canal in the 19th century.
Polar Express Train Ride
Central New York
Explore Polar Express Train Ride Using Our Interactive Map
2024 dates TBA: Live the magic of the classic Polar Express Train Ride story with the Adirondack Scenic Railroad.
Classic Car Museum
Central New York
Explore Classic Car Museum Using Our Interactive Map
The Northeast Classic Car Museum has more than 170 vehicles from 1899 through the early 1980's.
 

Click here to learn more about
Central New York