Eagle Cap Excursion Train
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Go where no car can take you! The Eagle Cap Excursion Train runs on a roadless stretch of track from Elgin to Minam in Northeast Oregon. Along the way, the train passes through a spectacular scenic landscape as it follows the Grande Ronde River down stream, then turns up the Wild & Scenic Wallowa River. Historically known as the Joseph Brnach, the ralroad is owned by the governments of Wallowa & Union Counties, with the train operated by the Friends of the Joseph Branch. Visit www.eaglecaptrainrides.com for trip descriptions and the current schedule or call 800.323.7330.
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- Bus RV Parking
- Wheel Chair Accessible
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