Fall Foliage Trains

Fares vary for Fall Foliage Trains at Hocking Valley Scenic Railway.

  • Open Fall Foliage Trains are offered on Thursdays and Fridays in October in addition to the regular Saturday and Sunday Schedule at 1:00 p.m. and last about 2 ¼ hours, including a 30-minute stop at a reconstructed 1840’s era village.
  • Location: (Map It) The Depot in Nelsonville contains the ticket office, and it is located at the intersection of U.S. Route 33 and Hocking Parkway (Fulton Street), behind the Rocky Boots Outlet
  • Phone: 855-323-3768 or 740-753-9531
  • Web: click here
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Fall foliage train rides at Hocking Valley Scenic Railway: The 22-mile round trip to Logan, Ohio, and back are leisurely rides along the Hocking River and Appalachian foothills, providing great family-friendly entertainment. Choose to ride in either the 1920s commuter coaches or open-air cars. There’s even first-class service in a restored B&O coach, complete with air-conditioning. The most used engine is a diesel locomotive built in 1952. The conductor’s narrative highlights the interesting history of the area and the railway as the train passes by a canal lock, historic old company towns, and other landmarks while following the Hocking River through rolling hills filled with natural fall splendor. The leisurely visit may be commemorated with a unique purchase at the railway’s Gift Shop and Train Store.

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