Santa’s Hiwassee Holiday Train Offered In Delano, Tn.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - by Nancy Dalton

The Hiwassee River Rail Adventure and the Tennessee Overhill will once again have the “Santa’s Hiwassee Holiday Train.”  Santa will be coming to the Hiwassee starting Dec. 2. 

 

This Christmas Magical train trip will includes Santa and Mrs. Claus, Santa's Helpers, storytelling, caroling, refreshments & other surprises.  The trip will depart from the boarding area at 12, 2 and 4 pm on Dec.

2, 9, and 16; 12 and 2 p.m. on Dec. 10 and 17; and on the Dec. 23, at 12, 2, 4 and 6 pm.  Each trip will last 75 minutes during which Santa will greet all the kids and the kids-at-heart passengers.

 

There will be free parking for this fun excursion at 9406 Highway 411, Delano, Tn. Passengers will take a 3-4 minute shuttle ride to the train boarding area. The trains will depart promptly at their scheduled time.  Passengers should arrive 30 minutes prior to departure time.

 

Plan to get your tickets early. Sell outs are expected. Cost: Adult, $22; Child, $22. Tickets include light refreshments and a keepsake souvenir for each passenger. Call Katrina at the L&N Depot to purchase your tickets at (423) 263-7840 or Kelley Regan for groups of 25 or more call 1-800-397-5544, Ext. 1017.


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