We are very excited to have you back on our train again, but we have some new guidelines that we must follow to keep everyone safe:
Capacity will be limited to 60 people per depot.
If you are worried about getting on the train, we HIGHLY encourage you to book your tickets online! Anyone with online tickets will be checked in and allowed to board first.
Please stay in your seat!
In order to comply with social distancing, we are requiring all riders to sit with their own party, and to remain seated in their chosen passenger car for the duration of the ride.
Bring your own…
As per Governor Brown’s mandate, OCSR will require ALL riders to wear masks in both our indoor and outdoor cars. We ask that all passengers bring their own masks.
Stay at home!
If you think you or someone in your party may have a fever or is sick, please stay home! Your tickets can be rebooked, and we will be happy to have you another day.
We are so excited to have you on board, and we thank you for your patience during this time of transition and change. If you have any questions, please feel free to email, message, or call us and we will help you as best as we can.
Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad
Become an OCSR member
Show your support for the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad
Our daily operation relies upon dedicated volunteers and generous support from the culturally minded public. How can you help “Keep OCSR Rolling”? Become a Member today by purchasing one of four Member Levels! Enjoy benefits such as 10% discount on merchandise at the caboose store, free Coastal Excursion, or treat yourself to a ride in the cab of the steam locomotive with the prestigious Conductor Level Membership!
Adults (13-54 years old) $22
Seniors (55+ years old) $20
Veterans (w/ Military ID) $20
Children (3-12 years old) $15
Children (under 2 years old) Free
Regular Coastal, Fall Splendor, and Spring Break Excursions prices only.
Consider a donation via your Paypal account to the benefit of OCSR. We are a tax exempt 501(c)3 non-profit organization and any donated amount goes directly into the continual maintenance and operation of the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad.