Looking for something to do once school starts after Labor Day? End O Line Railroad Park and Museum will be open select hours/days until MEA Weekend with the final day we are open on October 17. See the calendars below for the specific days we are open.
The posted hours are when all opened park buildings and the public restrooms will be available. As we are a county park, visitors are welcome to visit the park grounds during all day light hours, seven days a week. The hours/days that the park is open are subject to change. Tours of the park are all self-guided. One-time use guide books are available by free-will donation at the visitors’ center. Certain park buildings will be closed as they have smaller spaces that do not allow for proper social distancing. Admission is by free-will donation. The gift shop may not always be availble. Curbside pick up or shipping of products from our gift shop are available upon request. By State Mandate, face-masks are required on park grounds when in indoor spaces. Hand-sanitizer and hand-washing is available in several areas throughout the park. The public restrooms will only be open during hours of operations and will be cleaned frequently.
The Lake Shetek Community church services are still held in the Presbyterian Church on the park grounds each Sunday morning at 11 A.M until the temperatures lower to freeze levels. Congregates are required to wear masks and practice social distancing during services. Guests are always welcome to attend.
Please don’t hesitate to contact the park before you plan or would like to visit or if you have any questions: