Spooner Train Ride-Sweetheart Train
Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad is Celebrating Sweethearts
Submitted by Kaitlin Hanson
The Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad wants to offer something special for all those sweethearts the whole month of February now that they are open for their first year round operation.
January 18, 2017
The 21st season for the Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad is sure to be one of the best ones yet. This is already the seventh season having the Bed and Breakfast Dinner Train and for the first time ever it will be operating year round. The Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad is honored to call itself one of just a few Heritage Railroads that is able to run its train year round and America’s only moving Bed and Breakfast train.
The train offers a variety of accommodations for guests during this winter season including the Bed and Breakfast Train, Dinner Train and a Dinner Train Motel Stay Package, all at the low winter rates. With the smaller crowds this time of year it promises to be an intimate experience that you won’t forget. The train cars are all equipped with halogen lights that make the snowy country side sparkly during the three hour scenic ride through the north woods of Wisconsin.
You will be sure to feel the love aboard the train while we celebrate sweethearts for the whole month of February. Make it a Valentine’s Day to remember while you indulge in a shrimp cocktail to start your four course meal served on board, and end it with a scrumptious dessert. The 50’s vintage lounge car is the perfect place to sit and enjoy a cocktail while watching the country side gliding by the windows.
General Manager of the Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad Greg Vreeland is excited for the first year round operations and says, “There are many other great things to look forward to throughout our 2017 season; a Valentine’s Train is just the beginning!”
A complete schedule of the train and further information regarding reservations is available at www.spoonertrainride.com or by calling the Ticket Office in Trego at 715-635-3200.