August 6th + 22nd only! The Northern Ontario landscape you will traverse is supported by some of the oldest geology on earth, the Great Canadian Shield, and is home to unique flora and fauna.
AGAWA CANYON TOUR TRAIN
TRAIN RIDES THROUGH NORTHERN ONTARIO
NEXT STOP: AGAWA TRAIN ADVENTURE
Join us on one of the most popular train tours in North America! Climb aboard the 10-hour Agawa Canyon Tour Train for a Northern Ontario travel experience that will leave you breathless.
- All ages
- 10 hours
ABOUT THE AGAWA CANYON TRAIN
Thank you for a great season! Agawa Canyon Tour train rides will resume August 1st, 2024. We look forward to riding with you soon!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is there a gift shop?
Yes, the gift shop is located on the train. During the tour season, it’s open 7 days a week.
Are pets allowed on the train?
No pets are permitted except certified service animals.
Will food and beverages be available for purchase?
The tour train will have a snack and beverage canteen on the cars during each ride. US and CAD cash and credit cards will be accepted.
Are there restrooms on the train and in the canyon?
Yes, restrooms are available on the train and at the canyon.
Is internet or Wi-Fi available on the train?
Unfortunately, not at this time.
Can I bring a bag or purse on the train?
Small purses or bags are allowed onboard. Bigger items like luggage are prohibited.
When should I arrive to board the train?
The doors open 30 minutes before the scheduled excursion.
Is parking available on-site?
Yes, free parking is available at the depot.
What, if any, COVID-19 protocols are in place?
Travel rules and regulations are always changing. Tour participants are encouraged to contact Health Canada for more information. For additional requirements related to Border Crossing, visit Border Crossing – Tourism Sault Ste. Marie (saulttourism.com)
Is a passport or Enhanced Driver’s License needed for entry into Canada?
Americans from the states of Washington, Minnesota, South Dakota, Michigan, New York, or Vermont may elect to use an Enhanced Identification Card or Enhanced Driver’s License. For other non-Canadians, a passport is required for entry into Canada.
What other attractions are at Agawa Canyon Park?
There are several trails and a lookout at Agawa Canyon Park. Climb 300 stairs and gravel paths for a panoramic view above the tracks on the Lookout Trail. Other nearby attractions include Black Beaver Falls and Bridal Veil Falls.
Where does the train depart from?
The station depot is located at 87 Huron St in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada P6A 5P4.
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