Still some seats available on Sunday., Aug. 15 at 5:30 pm.


Call 1-800-282-3994 for more information.

Now that Alberta has declared that it is safe for people to again gather, August 14, 2021, when we are sure that we can safely take you on adventure like none other, we will again be offering scheduled passenger train service!

Based in Stettler, Alberta we offer exciting one-day adventures on a vintage passenger train. Different themed trips are available throughout the season. Join us for a day full of family friendly activities that are truly different and interesting. Our goal is to put smiles on your faces.

This season all excursions depart from Stettler and travel to Alberta Prairie’s COUNTRY HIDEAWAY and included a minimum of eight of twelve possible activities PLUS a cafeteria style meal before returning to Stettler. Coming out of COVID-19 we are excited to be showing off this new and exciting destination and it's all natural park like setting. Trips to this unique destination may include one or all of the following features Hay Rides, Petting Zoo, Nature Walks, Inside and/or Outside Dining, the Pump Car Bandits have been spotted in area, On-site Live Entertainment, Children’s Barrel Train, Broken Rail Saloon, Rusty Spike Bar, Old-time Carnival Games, and a classic Railway Junction Switching Yard. Recognizing the impacted of COVID-19 these trips are all value priced.

August 2, 2021


Upcoming Tours

August 14

COUNTRY DINNER – SOLD OUT

Departs Stettler - 5:30 PM

Returns Stettler - 8:00 PM

August 15

COUNTRY DINNER – SOLD OUT

Departs Stettler - 2:30 PM

Returns Stettler - 5:00 PM

August 15

COUNTRY DINNER to Alberta Prairie’s HIDEAWAY

Departs Stettler - 5:30 PM

Returns Stettler - 8:00 PM

Where is Alberta Prairie Railway located?

Stettler, Alberta is straight east of Red Deer on Hwy 12. Alberta Prairie's station and passenger loading area is located at 4611- 47 Avenue in Stettler AB which is in the south-east part of town. Head for the only burgundy-coloured grain elevator and you will end up right at the station.

Went as part of a large group and had a great day. Beautiful scenery and fun music and a delicious meal in Big Valley to cap it off. Good for people with mobility issues as there are carts from the train to the community hall, where the dinner is, and also to various sites in town. My only quibble is plastic utensils, cutting thru the beef took a bit of work. Lots of history for those inclined.

- Raymond L -

An Adventure For The Whole Family

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