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The room was great and the meals at the dining car was amazing. A must for anyone who had ever loved trains. I would stay there again if we ever get our this way again. Make sure get here in daylight to see them allMore
1 Thank Chad M
Response from RailroadParkResort, Owner at Railroad Park ResortResponded 2 January 2018
Thank you so much for your kind review! We really love it when our guests have an amazing time. Good tip about enjoying the place in daylight.
In the mornings, I sometimes get to witness children (and adults too) come out of their caboose lodge...More
We stayed here for a night and it is so unique. Nothing fancy but worth the adventure. Just walking around enjoying the gorgeous view of the mountains and the fresh air! Bed was SOOO
comfortable! We looked on the mattress for type so we could...More
If you like trains, you'll love this accommodation, where you can sleep in a retired caboose and eat in a retired dining car. Having been once for the experience, which was loads of fun, we probably would not male it a regular stop, but we...More
We stayed at railroad park motel on October 8,2017. We had a caboose with a king sized bed and two observation towers. The room itself was okay, considering it really was once a caboose. Furnishings were pretty dated. The biggest issue was the room only...More
Thank Jocelyn K
Response from RailroadParkResort, Owner at Railroad Park ResortResponded 12 October 2017
Thank you for your review. You must have stayed in Caboose #12 as it is the caboose with the claw-foot tub that also has a King bed. Caboose #1 also has a claw foot tub. Some people adore it but I agree it can be...More
The most unique place I've ever stayed. The whole resort is fun with cabooses for motel rooms, very nice swimming pool with views of the mountains, lovely setting in the pines with a creek nearby, old steam engine, and friendly staff. We stayed in Caboose...More