Tahquamenon Falls Train
and Riverboat Tours since 1927
Train and Riverboat Tour to the Tahquamenon Falls (Tour #1)
This 6 1/2 hour wilderness tour starts with a 35 minute narrow gauge train ride, followed by a 2 hour, narrated riverboat cruise.
After reaching the rapids above the falls, the riverboat docks for one hour and fifteen minutes, allowing for a 5/8 mile nature hike to our private view of the upper Tahquamenon Falls.
After the stopover, the riverboat and train retrace their route back to Soo Junction. The nature hike includes stairs and is not handicap accessible.
Tour #1 starts July 1, 2020 and runs through October 3, 2020, departing from Soo Junction, MI at 10:30 AM and returning at
2020 tickets now available just click the Book Online button
Important notice: Covid-19 safety rules will be in place for both tours. Reservations recommended. Masks must be worn in the gift shop, on the train, and while boarding the boat, and when entering the enclosed food and restroom areas, or anytime 6 foot spacing isn't available. Boat seating will be spaced out so once seated masks can be removed. Please be prepared to follow these rules while touring with us to insure everyone's safety
Opening June 15, 2020
Tour #2 only June 15th thru 29th
Wilderness Train Ride (Tour #2)
Ride the longest 24" gauge railroad in the country 5 1/2 miles through wilderness, habitat home to many of Michigan's animal species. At the end of the line, passengers disembark for a short stopover.
Enjoy a view of the Tahquamenon River at our riverside park, then ride the train back to Soo Junction. Concessions and restroom are available during the stopover. The wilderness train ride takes 1 3/4 hours. Only tour #1 goes all the way to Tahquamenon Falls.
Tour #2 NEW SCHEDULE June 15th through August 22nd
Also the Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day weekend.Sept 5 & 6
Departs from Soo Junction, MI at 12:30 PM and return at 2:15 PM.
2020 tickets now available just click on the Book Online button
Covid-19 precautions will be in place for the tour. Seating will be limited. All passengers age 3 and up must wear a mask while in the gift shop, on the train, or when 6 foot spacing can not be maintained. Please be prepared to follow these rules to insure everyone's safety
About The Riverboat Hiawatha
The Hiawatha offers two decks, with enclosed seating, open air seating and restrooms. During the cruise, the captain provides narration on points of interest including: logging history, Native American history, and Michigan's plant and animal life.
The riverboat has a cash-only bar and grill on-board. Our menu includes burgers, hot dogs, bratwurst, ham & cheese, chicken sandwiches, sloppy joes, nachos, vegetarian burgers, peanut butter & jelly, and grilled cheese.
We also have snacks, chips, and beverages including beer, wine and wine coolers. All sandwiches are between $3.50 and $6.50 tax included. The pdf file for the menu will be available soon