Timber Baron Dinner Train – Mt Hood Railroad

110 Railroad Street, Hood River, OR, United States

800-872-4661

Saturday departures, 5:30-8:30pm

“Dine like a Timber Baron!”

Board Mt Hood Railroad every Saturday (thru October 31) for a farm-to-table 4-course dinner! Train leaves the station in Hood River at 5:30pm. All aboard to taste local Oregon food and wine!

 

Murder Mysteries

Select departures include a murder mystery show in First Class. Those departures are:

  • July 25
  • August 15, 29
  • September 5, 19, 26
  • October 10, 24

 

Fares

First Class includes: freshly prepared meal; complimentary coffee, tea and water; seating in our classic rail dining cars; Murder Mystery show on select dates.

 

Diamond Class includes: seating in the restored Sky Dome car, with panoramic views; two free Mount Hood RR etched wine glasses; complimentary bottle of wine from a local winery to take home or two complimentary cocktails with dinner; one decadent train chocolate per couple; freshly prepared meal; complimentary coffee, tea and water. (Murder Mystery show does not take place in Diamond Class cars.)

As a NW Native, Ashley is a fan of the beauty, creativity and history of the region. And as a mom of two, she also loves finding new family-friendly things to do all over the NW. Ashley Whitham is the Director of Marketing at USA River Cruises and Best of the Northwest.

As a NW Native, Ashley is a fan of the beauty, creativity and history of the region. And as a mom of two, she also loves finding new family-friendly things to do all over the NW. Ashley Whitham is the Director of Marketing at USA River Cruises and Best of the Northwest.

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