Maple Leaf Trains/Train Robbery

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Maple Leaf Trains/Train Robbery. Take a trip back in time to the days of the cowgirls, cowboys and a train robbery! Thats right! A TRAIN ROBBERY! Hold on to your goods folks, the Wild Women of the Frontier are going to be stomping around the tracks we have been told! Riders on horseback, gun fire (blanks of course!) and even a few surprises!! Sure sounds like a ton of fun you don't want to miss out on! Maple Leaf Train Robbery Rides leave the depot every 2 hours, on the hour on Saturday and Sunday at 10:00am and the last train runs at 4:00pm each day! Train Tickets are $8.00 per person, no matter what age! So come out and add a little excitement to your day! Also enjoy a whole weekend worth of activity, arts and crafts at the Maple Leaf Festival!

Maple Leaf Trains/Train Robbery

Address : 1515 High Street Baldwin City KS
Phone : 785-594-6982   (Always call and confirm events.)

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