Take the train and boat tour to Tahquamenon Falls or our Wilderness Train Ride. Just 50 miles from the Mackinac Bridge between Hulbert and Newberry, MI in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Tahquamenon Falls Wilderness
The Captain gives commentary on river history, Indian lore, and points out any wildlife that is spotted along the way. Then stopover for a nature hike (5/8 mile ) through virgin forest to view the mighty Falls. Passengers then board the boat for the return trip to the waiting train and the ride back to Soo Junction.
While you cruise the river enjoy a sandwich or beverage from our excellent on board cafeteria and beverage bar, where food is served a popular prices. Restrooms also on board.
Tour #1: 6 1/2 hour Train and Riverboat Tour to Tahquamenon Falls.
TRIP DEPARTS AT 10:30 AM, returns at 5:00 PM.
This is the ONLY tour to the falls.
June 16 through June30: One trip Monday, Wednesday, & Saturday
July 1 through August 31: One trip Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Saturday
Septeember 3 through October 4: One trip Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday.
Labor Day Weekend: Tour on Sunday, August 31, 2014
When you reach the end of the line a short stopover is made while the train is being switched. While switching, passengers can enjoy a view of the Tahquamenon River. Snacks and restrooms are available. Then ride the wilderness railroad back to Soo Junction.
TRAIN DEPARTS at 12:30.
This tour does not go to the falls.
July 1 through August 31
Labor Day Weekend
* Schedule and fares subject to change without notice
We have been a family business for over 85 years and pride ourselves in bringing you 3 generations of experience and service. Let us show you how beautiful nature can be.
We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit cards
We offer SENIOR CITIZENS or MILITARY DISCOUNTS
ENCLOSED BOAT AND TROLLEY AFTER LABOR DAY. WARM CLOTHING ADVISED.
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