Saturday, November 8, 2008

Take the River Train near Sacramento, California

Enjoy dinner, brunch or lunch aboard the Sacramento RiverTrain. This new train features a sparkling gold exterior reflecting the area’s Gold Rush heritage and 1,000-feet of blue waves that are a tribute to the Sacramento River along the train’s route. The train passes over the 8,000-foot-long Fremont Trestle, one of the largest trestles in the Western United States. While you roll along, enjoy a great combination of scenery, food and entertainment. The dining cars have a relaxed "tommy bahama" style and the club car features live music on weekend RiverTrain dinner parties. The open-air cars are popular during Saturday train robberies and Sunday champagne brunches.

Beer and wine are available in the club car or at the open-air patio bar. Seasonal and special event trips are offered throughout the year. Located 15 minutes from Sacramento, the train boards in Woodland, California. The 32-mile trip lasts about three hours. They are offered every week of the year.

The reservation office is open until 8pm every day. Call (800) 866-1690 for reservations: Monday—Saturday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

The KOA in West Sacramento is about a half-hour away.

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