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The Agawa Canyon Tour Train is pleased to offer a new, higher level of service with the addition of private business car to the Tour Train fleet. For passengers wanting a first-class experience on the Agawa Canyon Tour Train, you can indulge your senses in this historic business coach – the Stone Gardner. This wood-paneled business car is considered a theater car.


Thank you for a great season! Agawa Canyon Tour train rides will resume August 1st, 2024. We look forward to riding with you soon!



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Is there a gift shop?

Yes, the gift shop is located on the train and open during season.

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.

Is the train wheelchair accessible?

Yes. For more information, please email or click here for more information.

When should I arrive to board the train?

The doors open one hour before.

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 (

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.

How do I contact the Agawa Canyon Tour Train?

For additional questions, please email or use the contact form on this page.

When will tickets be available for purchase?

Reserve your tickets online here!


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Great Tour

This was an all-day tour and you must remember water and eats. A great box lunch is available for an extra charge and is sufficient to share. The train trip was great and even saw a bear in the wild. The hikes took you to remarkable scenes. I would highly recommend this tour.

– David S. | Tripadvisor
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Wonderful trip

We had a beautiful ride up and back. People were friendly and the scenery was fantastic. We enjoyed the informative talk on the way north. The park was very nice. We enjoyed a picnic lunch by the river, then hiked to see the falls.

– Patty F. | Tripadvisor
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Train ride

Very nice train ride and the train was well equiped for some disable travellers. The points of interests were announced prior to getting there so you can have your camera ready and position yourself to take the photos. The walk in the canyon is very refreshing and to have the view of the train when it makes the turn going or returning is totally awesome.

– ssklt589 | Tripadvisor
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Trip Out West and Home

We had a great day on the Agawa Canyon Train ride today. Met some amazing people. The staff were all extremely friendly and helpful. The scenery was spectacular and when we stopped we had a picnic and a beautiful walk to see the falls.

– Laura A. | Tripadvisor
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Wonderful staff

Had a relaxing train tour through the countryside on the way to Agawa Canyon. We bought lunch items on the train with the provided vouchers before arriving at the canyon so we could enjoy a picnic there. Had a nice scenic walk along the river to the Bridal Veil and Black Beaver Falls after our lunch. Trails were well maintained. Clean restrooms at the canyon as well as on the train. Want to note the friendly helpful staff especially Mary who was of great assistance in helping with my lost sunglasses. Lots of historical commentary on the area during the trip.

– Donna C. | Tripadvisor
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Great way to see Ontario wilderness!

We did this stop while doing the Lake Superior Circle tour. It was a great way to see the wilderness of Ontario. The staff was very helpful and was a beautiful area!

– Diana P. | Tripadvisor
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Spectacular Algoma and Montreal River landscapes that following in the famed Group of Seven’s footsteps – all
work created at or near Mile 92, Algoma Central Railway and Agawa Tour Train.