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Train & Trolley Fest


Saturday, June 15th

9 am – 4 pm


Powerland Heritage Park

3995 Brooklake Road,

Brooks, Oregon 97303

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Adults: $10

Kids (3-12): $5

2 & under are free

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Train & Trolley Fest 2024

 Join Us for the First Annual Train & Trolley Fest! 

Experience the magic of trains and trolleys at Powerland Heritage Park on Saturday, June 15, 2024, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Enjoy unlimited trolley and train rides, pedal rail bikes, fascinating displays, and fun activities for kids. Explore our trolley car barn, join panel discussions, see early railroad Blacksmiths at work, and indulge in delicious food from local vendors like Pasta Boss, Rachel’s Lemonade, and the Country Store!

 ️ Tickets: $10 (13+), $5 (12 & under)

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What is the Train & Trolley Fest?
  • The Train & Trolley Fest is a family-friendly event at Powerland Heritage Park where you can enjoy unlimited rides on trolleys, small-scale trains, and railbikes, take part in fun activities, explore historical displays, eat food while watching trains, and indulge in delicious food from local vendors.
When and where is the event?
  • The event will take place at Powerland Heritage Park from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Saturday, June 15, 2024.
How much do tickets cost?
  • Tickets are $10 for adults (13 and over) and $5 for children (12 and under).
Where can I buy tickets?
What activities does the ticket price cover?
  • Your ticket includes unlimited trolley rides, Willow Creek Railroad rides (weather permitting), pedal rail bikes, access to displays (including early railroad Blacksmiths at work), a kids’ activity area, panel discussions, demonstrations, model railroad tours, trolley barn tours, and Willow Creek Railroad tours.
Who will be represented at the event?
  • We’re thrilled that the following organizations will be represented at the First Annual Train & Trolley Fest: Santiam Excursions, Yaquina Pacific Railroad Historical Society, Washington Park and Zoo Railway – Rose Garden Loop Restoration, Pacific Railroad Preservation Association, Oregon Rail Heritage Center, Tennessee Thunder Stand and Railroad, Operation Lifesaver, Albany and Eastern Railroad, and RFC!
Is there a cost for parking?
  • Parking is FREE!
Will there be food and drinks available?
  • Local vendors, including Pasta Boss, Rachel’s Lemonade, and the Country Store, will sell food and drinks. We are also working on getting a coffee vendor.
What is Pasta Boss serving up?
  • Please see the attached Pasta Boss menu for their yummy offerings. You can also purchase food and snacks (including ice cream) at the Country Store. And don’t miss a glass of delicious Rachel’s Lemonade made fresh for you as you watch!
Can I bring my dog?
  • Well-behaved dogs on a short, fixed leash (six feet or less) are welcome. Please remember that dogs may not be able to ride on the train, trolley, or railbikes. However, they are welcome to join the event as part of the family!
May I bring my own food?
  • Absolutely! Feel free to bring a lunch and enjoy our picnic tables. Whether you buy food at the event or bring your own, we have prime spots to eat and watch the trains!
Someone says they can’t go and are selling tickets or vendor space. Do you know if that is real?
  • No, it’s not. If someone comments that they are selling their tickets or vendor space, it’s a scam. Our vendor spaces are full, and you can only purchase tickets through our official Ticketspice link – or at the event.
What happens if it rains?
  • The event will take place rain or shine! The event provides a covered double-decker trolley and plenty of indoor museums/venues. However, Willow Creek Railroad will have to stop operations temporarily during rain.
Do you have coupon codes?
  • While Ticketspice has a spot for coupon codes, we do not offer any as we purposely kept the price low for the first year of this event ($10 13 & up and $5 12 & under).
This is your first year?
  • It is! It’s a great time to start a new and fun tradition!

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