Hocking Valley Train Rides
August 15, 2020 through November 08, 2020
Family Friendly, History, Tours
The train traverses a portion of a 145-year-old route that once linked Southern Ohio with Columbus and Lake Erie. Along the way, depending on the train, there is the opportunity to see an old canal lock from the Hocking Canal, the remains of the Nelsonville Brick Company, the original depot at Haydenville, and more. Plus you’ll have the opportunity to see some of the remaining active industry in the area, including gravel mining operations and a company that is a part of the timber industry.
Each train ride is typically about two-hours long. All are round trip rides back to the Nelsonville Depot unless otherwise noted. Also, unless otherwise noted, the only stops the train makes along the way include a short stop to prepare the train for the trip back to the depot.