Starting Tuesday, June 16th, 2020, End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum will reopen for the season under new hours:
10 A.M to 5 P.M.
This time period is when that all opened park buildings and 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 Visitor’s Center will be open on the same days under shorter hours from:
10 A.M. – 12 P.M. and 1 P.M. – 3 P.M.
This will allow to have staff the time to clean bathrooms and other high-touch areas of the park.
For the safety of staff and other visitors, we ask that visitors bring and wear a mask at the park. Any visitor not feeling well (even with non-COVID symptoms) we please ask to stay home. Hand-sanitizer and hand-washing will be available to everyone during hours of operation. Per the Governor of Minnesota’s COVID-19 measures, only 25% capacity will be allowed inside park buildings; or a maximum of 10 people. The public restrooms will only be open during hours of operations and wll be cleaned at least once a day. There will be no rentals in the picnic shelter.
There will be no guided park tours; only self-guided tours. 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. The buildings that are closed will include: Section Foreman’s House, Currie General Store, Grist Mill, Hilfer’s Depot, Coal Bunk Picnic Shelter, and the Minneapolis & St. Louis Caboose. The Currie Depot will also be closed until later in the summer as the building will be going through renovations. All closed buildings will have extra outdoor signage interpreting the history of the building and pictures of the inside. All open buildings and other high touch surfaces throughout the park will be cleaned daily. Due to lack of staff members, the Historic Manual Turntable will not be spun this summer.
The Lake Shetek Community church services will be held in the Presbyterian Church on the park grounds each Sunday morning at 11 A.M. Congregates are encouraged to wear masks and practice social distancing during services. Guests are always welcome.
For any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the park at 507-763-3708 or email@example.com. Check-in with our website or our Facebook page at facebook.com/endolinemuseum for any future changes or updates to our operations.