Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad

Hwy. 101 and 1st St., Rockaway Beach, OR 97136 Directions
+15038427972

When you have a free day, head to Rockaway Beach's Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad, OR for a day packed full of fun. This place is sure to be a fun experience for the whole family!

Tips

Report | 6 years ago
Wear layers for weather changes.
Report | 6 years ago
It was OK, probably would recommend it to someone with children, I was hoping the train would show us some country that we couldn't see by car.
Report | 6 years ago
Train leaves promptly, makes a half hour layover and goes back. Its a neat little trip.
Report | 6 years ago
Great! Do it again.
Report | 6 years ago
Arrive early to get good seats!
Report | 7 years ago
Great trip and well organized.
Report | 7 years ago
It was a nice experience. We were on vacation in the area and it worked out for a day trip. Probably wouldn't have gone without a Groupon.
Report | 7 years ago
Had a wonderful day with friends & family. Loved seeing the Oregon Coast from the train. Enjoyed the nostalgia of the old steam engine.
Report | 7 years ago
Making the area and the entrance onto the train more accessible to the handi-cap would be appreciated.
Report | 8 years ago
The best coast train in the states!

From Our Editors

Plumes of steam puff from the locomotive as it travels along the Pacific coast. A mountainside blanketed in evergreens towers above the vessel as waves pound against the boulder-strewn shore below. The nonprofit Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad serves as both a living history museum and excursion operator for the state's forested coastline. Antique locomotives that hearken back to the region's logging origins take guests on waterside excursions as a crew feeds the engines recycled motor oil and coal-flavored candies. Seasonal events bring about the railroad’s dinner trains, which treat guests to four-course meals as they gaze at the sparkling water of Tillamook and Nehalem Bays.

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