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We have been coming to the Christmas Train for many years. There is sooo much to do and see. The kids absolutely love it an so do the parents.
The ticket prices and fair but be aware that you have to purchase tickets online the...More
We took 8 members of our family and were amazed at how much fun it was. We all rode the train then we old folks enjoyed country music at the Silver Dollar Saloon. while the children and teenagers did the rides and entertainment.
If you have not been to Dry Gulch USA, you owe it to yourself to get tickets this year and attend. The train ride takes you on a wondrous biblical Journey with live action and voice-over recordings. There are plenty of places to shop, get...More
Everything COTM does is done in excellence and the Christmas Train is no exception. It's such a wonderful way to celebrate the Christmas season with family or friends. Their western town is adorable, the Santa Claus house is outstanding, the boutique shops are great, the...More
I had tried to get tickets for 3 years in a row and finally made it. We loved the entire experience and will try to come back again. We loved it. Just wish we had a little more time at the park and not as...More
The location and atmosphere here are great. The train ride is good, although it will be cramped in an effort to accommodate as many riders as quickly as possible. There are plenty of places to eat and snack and all are affordable. The buildings and...More
This was our first visit to the area. We tried to get tickets last year but they sold out too fast! It was definitely worth the wait and we will try to go back next year. They transform the town into what looks like a...More
The cost is in great reflection of this attraction. They have taken a once old western town kids camp and remodeled it into a Hollywood style western town. It has lost its rustic scenery that the original Christmas Train and town had. The train was...More
Let me first say, that after reading some of the negative reviews i was nervous driving all that way to be let down or have my children scared. After visiting, I realized they are either exaggerating or were never really there.
I am not a...More
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I've never encountered anyone who didn't love the train ride. As you travel along with tracks there is a narrator telling the story of how God created the heavens and earth all the way to the birth and death of Christ... More
I've never encountered anyone who didn't love the train ride. As you travel along with tracks there is a narrator telling the story of how God created the heavens and earth all the way to the birth and death of Christ. Scenes from the bible are reenacted on the grounds along the tracks by church members such as the manger scene and Christ dying on the cross but I don't think any of them are graphic or inappropriate for children. The whole atmosphere of the Christmas Train is designed for children. I would have no problem at all taking my grandchildren on the train.