Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When are you open?

Hours for 2020 are Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm

Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day
Wednesday-Sunday 10 A.M. – 5 P.M.
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

Q: Can I visit the park outside of the posted hours?

Outside of the hours above, all the historic buildings in the park are closed. But, End-O-Line Park is one of nine parks in Murray County. Visitors are welcome to be on the park grounds seven days week during daylight hours. You can walk on the side walk around the park, play on the playgrounds, sit down on our outdoor picnic tables, etc.

If you want to tour the buildings/gift shop outside of our hours of operation, a special appointment can be made in advance. To make an appointment, contact the park [contact information at the bottom of this page] or fill out our online reservation form at: Preference is to make appointments at least one week in advance if possible.

Q: Can I visit the park before Memorial Day weekend or after Labor Day?

Yes, you can! From May 1 until the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend and from Labor Day until approximately October 31 (weather depending), you can also visit the park by pre-arranged appointment. From October 31 to May 1, the park is completely closed for the winter. Appointments can be made by contacting the park [details at the bottom of the page] or fill out our online reservation form at: Preference is to make appointments at least one week in advance if possible.

Q: What can I do when I visit End-O-Line Park?


Our Park contains eleven buildings and structures which includes six rolling stock railroad artifacts on a twelve-acre campus. Four of the buildings/structures are view-able only by taking the guided tour. Those buildings are the:
– 1940s Grand Trunk Westeran Caboose
– Replica Enginehouse that contain over 300 railroad artifacts, including an 1875 narrow-gauge Baldwin Steam Engine
– The original Currie Depot which includes an authentic HO scale model train display

The remaining seven building/structures are view-able by self-guided tour. Guided tours are conducted every hour on the half hour at 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, and 3:30pm.

Due to staff shortages and to prevent community spread, there will be no guided park tours for the 2020 season; only self-guided tours.

The self guided tour buildings are open to tour from 10am to 5pm. Along with the tours, our park also has two playgrounds for young children, lots of grassy space to play and relax, outside picnic tables, and a gift shop visitor center.

Q: How long does it take to visit?

It all depends on visitor’s personal preferences and interest. Guided tours generally take 45-75 minutes long. To look through the self-guided tour buildings



Park Contact Information:
Phone: 507-763-3708
Mailing Address: PO Box 57, Slayton, MN 56172